Issi was greeted at Asuncion's International Airport by her grandparents as well as her younger cousins. Her adrenalin was running so high that jet lag did not set in until a few hours later, luckily coinciding with nighttime.
She had prepared a blueprint to follow, postponing all social family engagements. Her name change was her priority. Comments such as "Eaziley, you are beautiful" strengthened her resolve.
One of her girlfriends decided to be her guide and did the rounds of obtaining photocopies of birth certificate, all necessary forms for intent of name change and the tax stamps that have to be pasted on most documents -- a very common practice in Latin American official administrative procedures.
Not many people speak English in Paraguay. Issi was unlucky enough to present her petition in an off...