When Catherine Barnes leaves home and her adulterous husband to explore the Guatemalan mountain town of Todos Santos, she brings her paints and her wayward adolescent son. Catherine sets out in hopes of finding an intangible something, a new direction perhaps, and an ability to get through to her son who has just flunked out of the eighth grade. She never expects that her journey will include nearly losing her son to kidnappers, witnessing a lynching that almost ruins the town of Todos Santos which she comes to love quite deeply, or rediscovering her own womanhood.How casual was the service here! Improvisational, like Guatemala. Catherine loved that theytrusted theguests tohelp ... aYou dona#39;t haveto bea pulsera to know them. Thepattern of coffee grounds in his empty cup. The flutter of leaves when.
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