This tree is actually in SP on the Estaiada bridge, but it's so pretty, I had to put a picture somewhere, lol.
Hope you all have a blessed week and I'll be back early next week for more updates!!
In the meantime, random, I know, but for political news, did you guys see Aécio Neves, Minas Gerais' governor is out of the race for the Brazilian presidential elections? Anyone have feelings about the 2010 elections at all now that they're definitely less than a year away?
I have been contemplating grad school since before graduating from college. But for a person such as myself with numerous interests, it has been difficult to decide what to do for a graduate degree.
Last but certainly not least, you know a good people watcher such as myself could not forget to talk about the people I saw and met in Buenos Aires and La Plata. I don't know if you all remember my comparisons between Cariocas and Paulistanos when I went to Rio and also just my description of Cariocas? Those were pretty fun posts to write and so I figured I had to do it with Porteños - people from Buenos Aires. Just a disclaimer - this is all my perception from what I took from my few days in the city and what poeple from there have told me about themselves. Please take no offense, we all have our quirks :-)