Seven months to the day of Hurricane Maria, the forgotten community of Utuado inaugurated their brand new bridge! After months of being incommunicated, having to walk 4-hours into the nearest city center and still without electricity, they cheerfully branded their new bridge, celebrated with the construction and engineering teams in a generator-lit house. They brought music, beer and enough food to feed a small army, happily sharing the one thing Maria failed to take away from us: our happiness.
Sisyphus was a greek king who is daunted by one of the worst punishments humans could ever be submitted to. His job? To push a boulder up a steep mountainside only to see it tumble down just before reaching the apex. Thus he must therefore climb back down and try again, and again, for all eternity.