Today, however, was much MUCH better. We took a slow and lazy morning, introduced Pedro to French Toast and then napped with Thomas. After waking, I made lunch and then headed up to LUME for the day's class. Another excellent one, barely interrupted by the massive rainstorm that caused the workspace's roof to spring a few leaks. Then... mom and Thomas joined us at LUME for a spaghetti dinner (I don't know how they spell it, but Brazilians pronounce it as spaghettch, which I think is perfect). The evening's entertainment was the premiere party of LUME's new DVD box set -- Thomas was completely enraptured with the music. It wasn't samba, but something like it -- I can't remember what Jesser said it was -- but it had flute, guitar, a little ukelele-looking instrument, very intricate tambourine work, and a vocalist. Beautiful. A want it for my ring tone.
And now, back home, ready for tomorrow. I hope you don't tire of reading my accounts in the blog. I think I'm the only LAS-er with easy wireless access.
And yes, I'll try to find a digital camera!