Tomorrow I leave for Managua. This should be a very interesting experience. I have my scrubs and am ready to follow the instructions of Dr. Nick Retson. He and his team will perform 50 or 60 surgeries to correct cleft palates on little children.
I want to thank the attorneys at Alcock & Associates for holding down the fort while I am gone. It should also be interesting to be away from technology for a week. There are no cell phones or wifi where I am headed. It’s probably good for me, due to the fact that I am totally addicted to my iPhone. This modern attorney needs to turn the clock back a bit.
I will be in Jinotega, which, apparently looks like this most of the time. I know that there is a town nearby with internet cafes, so I will try to sneak away and download some photos.
My job is to help Dr. Retson but also take photographs and videos of the young kids getting fixed. Dr. Retson likes to work all day and night so I hope I can keep up. At least I hear that Nicaragua has some pretty good coffee to keep me wired.
I will see you soon and good luck at the office. I’m sure that somehow it will survive without me. Saludos, Nick Alcock, Attorney at Law
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