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Today I would like to share this prayer with you.
Thanksgiving Day Prayer
by Walter Rauschenbusch (1861–1918)
For the wide sky and the blessed sun,
For the salt sea and the running water,
For the everlasting hills
And the never-resting winds,
For trees and the common grass underfoot.
... tacos as well. Who can blame us? The tacos they have here are delicious. And tiny. I can eat like 8 of these tiny little treats. The tacos as well as other foods that I eat here in Cuernavaca are not typical to all of Mexico. There are seven regions, each containing there own type of food. Guess what! They also enjoy pizza, hamburgers, and coca- cola here. Coca-Cola is kind of an epidemic in Mexico. It's jacked full of sugar, ...
We're trying to justify what we did to tick off the immigration gods in Mexico. So, if anyone has any remedies to get us back on track, we’re all ears. I guess you’re asking yourself, "Self, what on Earth are these guys talking about?"
Let me back up a little, so you have the complete story. I guess, I should back-up quite a few months since that was when we posted our last blog.
First things first…Yes, we are alive ...
... the tropics, away from snow and rain and toward adventure and warm weather. There is a sigmet for occasional sever turbulence below 16,000 so we expect a bumpy ride, but that is OK, we’re about to cross our first international border.
We cross the border into Mexico and have our first disagreement as a foursome. Person 1, "Is that snow?"
Person 2, with some incredulity, “No, that’s salt. There is a lot of salt around ...
... if I could find a part of the barrio that was less tagged. I thanked the ladies and went the other direction. After I was sure they could no longer see me, I tried to pass over the hill from the side. At this point a shop owner came running out and told me not to go any further. He was whispering loudly and seemed extremely nervous that someone in the barrio would see him warning me. I asked if the danger was thieves. He nodded ...