La versión español está después de la foto de las primeras frutas.
ONE OF THE first people we fell in love with when we moved to Los Boliches in the city of Fuengirola nearly 6 years ago was Ana Crespillo. She owns one of the local fruit markets (the best local fruit market), housed in the Los Boliches public marketplace. Ana brings sunshine and color to even the dreariest day. Even if she does prefer San Geraldo’s bear hugs to my hugs, which she says feel like she’s hugging a block of wood. I suppose, in one sense, I should be proud of my rock-hard physique — which I’m sure is what she means. Besides, San Geraldo does give the best hugs. (So does Ana.)
By the way, I paid 50 euros today to send our ballots via DHL to California. Orange County (The OC) had better count them! Especially after not confirming our registration, not responding to my emails, and emailing our official ballots at the last minute after I wrote and complained to the Federal Voting Assistance Program. It turns out that, if I had better understood how it all worked, I wouldn’t have needed to wait anyway. May all our votes bear fruit!
|“MY LITTLE BEAR” AND BONES (AS ANA CALLS US).
“MI OSITO” Y HUESOS (COMO NOS LLAMA ANA).
|ANA AND HER “LITTLE BEAR.”
ANA Y SU OSITO.
|ANA, AT WORK.
ANA, EN EL TRABAJO.