Gratitude Story from Bolivia

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If you wanted to send a thank-you note to someone in your life, who would it be, and what is one of your best memories of that person? Miguel: "Tania, thank you for everything you do for me. Thank you for every single effort you’ve made to see me happy and letting me be a part of your life. I love you. About a year ago, my girlfriend, Tania, and I heard the news that Aerosmith, one of our favorite bands, was coming to Bolivia. We started to do everything we could to get our hands on the tickets before they sold out. We managed to get great tickets and started to plan, as the concert was going to be performed in a city on the other side of the country. Once we took care of the details, we were ready to travel and witness one of the greatest bands in history. After a long wait, we were finally on our way to the bus station. Then we started hearing rumors of the concert being cancelled, but decided not to pay attention to them. We got on the bus, but about two hours later we heard from a reliable source that the concert had been officially canceled. At that moment we had two options. We could get off the bus at the next stop and go back to our city, throwing away the hotel reservation, or go all the way and pretend we never heard the bad news. After discussing the pros and cons, we made a decision. We were going all the way to have a small vacation. Eighteen hours later we had reached Santa Cruz, the city the concert was meant to be performed at. Once there we went to the hotel and checked in. We spent three amazing days in another city and away from our usual problems. We enjoyed different weather, different people and different experiences. Above all else, we enjoyed pleasant company."( Bolivia ) . . . #storytelling #gratitudeisthebestattitude #thanks #bolivia🇧🇴

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