Precariousness without prevarication
Posted on July 14, 2012 by Juan Cristóbal Nagel
“The thing about life in Venezuela,” Katy said to me one evening, “is that everything is so … precarious.”
It took me a while to digest what she meant exactly.
I was telling Katy the stories from my latest trip back home – family problems, issues without solution, how upside-down everything seems.
My wife, as you know, is not Venezuelan, so I always pay attention to how she sees my country – through her own eyes.
...my comments add on a few more words by "P"...!
George Frederick Thomson Broadhead says:
...come [ comee - eat - tea - manna fron heaven ] to canada and you will learn what "private style" living is, and what it is to be "CANNED UP" in a modern dictatorship style cuba ! NO NEED TO VOTE, OR VERY FEW DO ! FOOD, SOME WORK, CLOTHING , BUS, AND "SHUT-UP"...! WE WILL GIVE YOU A LOT OF THINGS , AS LONG AS YOU SELL "YOUR SOUL"...!