A very late good night.

@marguicha (82691)
Chile
August 19, 2017 12:04am CST
My eldest daughter came for dinner bringing not what I thought she´d bring (a sausage) but a delicious smoked pork chop. We ate it with mashed potatoes (with lots of butter and milk), a escalibada and a dessert of creme caramel. We finished the bottle of wine I had opened for Carolina and we came to my room to watch TV. She told me about some problems she has with her BF, a man from Argentina that lived there in the awful days of the dictator. He saw all his friends killed. I had seen the movie in Netflix about the life of the Pope Francis and there you can see what happened in Argentina (and also in Chile) during that time. Sometimes, for younger people, it is important that they learn some history to be able to understand the older people. We saw paer of it, but we will see it together when she comes again. So, here I am, late just to say good night. Sleep tight, dear friends.
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@sharon6345 (104888)
• United States
19 Aug
good night.
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@marguicha (82691)
• Chile
19 Aug
See you tomorrow.
@andriaperry (35703)
• Anniston, Alabama
19 Aug
I am glad you has a good dinner and time with your daughter. Goodnight and stay warm.
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@marguicha (82691)
• Chile
19 Aug
I did. And I am staying warm
• Japan
19 Aug
Your dinner sounds delightful, and I'm sorry for your daughter's boyfriend's problems. I think trauma like that can stay with you for a whole lifetime. Hopefully he will be able to deal well with it.
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@marguicha (82691)
• Chile
19 Aug
I told my daughter the same thing. I don´t think that the answer is a psychologist or the like. He needs her to be there for him. That´s why I wanted her to see this movie so that she could understand what happened in Latin America (and in Argentina) a few decades ago.
@JohnRoberts (41816)
• Los Angeles, California
19 Aug
Have a good night's rest for Saturday.
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@marguicha (82691)
• Chile
19 Aug
Thank you.
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@Morleyhunt (17102)
• Canada
19 Aug
It sounds like you had a nice visit with your daughter. History teaches many valuable lessons. Knowing your history does make some things easier to comprehend.
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@TRBRocks420 (64263)
• Banks, Oregon
19 Aug
Goodnight and, yum pork chops.
@LadyDuck (126039)
• Switzerland
19 Aug
People lived difficult times in Argentina, one of my aunt lived there and she went back to Italy during those times.