Yes, they have a 4th of July here in Honduras. It's a normal work day for them. I'm off work, getting things caught up. Mostly I'm taking care of the small things that make me feel out of control of my life on a regular basis. Laundry and ironing are almost finished. Then I can put away the towel that has graced the top of the kitchen table for weeks. Papers are being sorted and scanned and packaged to be sent home. Most of it is being tossed or shredded. Piles of papers are shrinking and disappearing. This is good. I may be sending my big stuff home in a couple of weeks. I need to get the small stuff organized so I know what goes where. The only things left after that should be things small enough to mail home or things that I'll leave here. I'll be living out of 2 suitcases, something I've said I want to do for years. We'll see if that is true or not.
I have no place yet to go to when my contract is up here. I can stay here until I find something. I have not been studying, I have not been working on weaving the hammock I'm making in the shop at work, I have not been working on my resume. I'm still not totally in control. It's a start.