Okay, first of all, if I take the time to remember who and where I am writing, I will also remember that a good number of my closest friends there live in a small village and have to travel two hours or more to use the Internet, and they do it on a regular basis. Also I should appreciate this brief well-wishing because it can be rather labourious for most some of them to type. Related to that, lots of them in the villages have a third grade education so yes, it is hard to read misspelled words or conversational grammar, but it is also pretty stinkin' HUGE that they spent the 15 minutes it probably took to write one sentence just to say hello to me. And the biggest thing is that I should remember to write more, if just to say hello or wish them well or to tell them I happen to be healthy that week. It means a lot to them and it’s no skin off my nose. It is one way they will know they are NOT forgotten. I can't believe that in the latest years I have actually found myself thanking my maker for ... wait for it ... Facebook. I took my latest trip to Honduras because of one conversation with a dear, dear friend there.