It’s About Learning to Dance in the Rain

You may have had the opportunity of watching Oscar & I dancing in the pouring rain last weekend, the video is below, but let me explain.

One of my favorite memes is in the picture above. “Life is not about waiting for the storm clouds to pass . . . it’s about learning to dance in the rain”.

Well, over the last couple months, most of us have been under some of the worst storm clouds in our lives, some more than others.  There are some of us that know someone who COVID-19 has taken, and our thoughts and prayers are with you. There are some of us who lost jobs, or income from their businesses, or this has happened to family members, and we can relate.  And, the majority of us were confined to our houses in a way that is just not good for anyone’s mental health.

For the last 8 years in Panama, since I have known Oscar and have been doing business with him, his positive mindset never ceases to amaze me.  No matter what we have been though, he remains positive on life and the future.  We were discussing the phrase “learn how to dance in the rain. “ on Sunday, during one of Panama’s heavy afternoon rainy season showers, next thing I know I am following him into the rain and doing a silly dance and Megan is filming us.

For us the above is just a bit of symbolism, of who we are and who our company is. However this roll out to the new normal happens, we will be there to figure out how we are going to show you this great country,that many of you are very excited about seeing, what ever it takes.  Learning to dance in the rain, just means learning to do things differently, to do things in a positive way and to help you cope with the current situation. When we resume our relocation services, we will be doing it with care and caution to protect our guests, and to give them the best experience we can offer.  And yes, we will have a lot of fun!.

Join us on our next Live Q & A about retiring in and moving to Panama HERE.


Rod & Oscar

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