Sunday b and I drove down to visit with Angel in his new home. He had been working double shifts all week but had Sunday and Monday off.
Angel says he eats most of his meals in his room.
The kitchen is very nice and comfortable for cooking. Angel is buying groceries like cereal and sandwich fixings but he wants to learn how to cook simple meals. We're supposed to be sending him recipes. I brought groceries with me to cook one of his favorite dishes: Arroz Con Pollo. We also bought him a pot because we weren't sure if he had anything to cook it in.
As we were driving down, he called to see if we minded cooking for some of his fraternity brothers. Of course I said I'd be happy to meet his friends and that there was always enough food. I ended up cooking for 10.
His friends are great. They are exceptionally polite and considerate but, more importantly, really care about Angel. The warmth and good affection they all have for each other is obvious and is not what I expected from a fraternity. I have to admit that Angel's college experience has taught me a lot more about Greek Life than I ever thought I'd know.
We left shortly after dinner. The guys were all lounging in front of the TV and I believe there were plans brewing for that evening. Angel looked pleased with himself and quite content in his new surroundings. It was easy to leave him there.