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I started to Title this post nosotros también which means us too! And then refer back to friend Jonna’s blog on the same subject . I’m still going to refer you to her blog to see what we’re talking about!
But then I like her title so much I just decided to use it too! She pretty much says everything there is to say on the experience, except my Census person was a guy, and I gave him a glass of cold water to drink while we sat on the front entry patio to conduct the interview..
However, I will say I was quite proud of myself being able to carry the entire conversation, and even ask questions to his questions completely in Spanish, heck he even complemented me on my Spanish. I was quite puffed up!
So here is our door with the sticker, which he said I can remove in about a month. And then a closeup of the sticker.