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... hot chocolate for her throat; I needed some coffee. We then went home for her to rest.. Francisca was available to babysit Caroline, so we could make our Thanksgiving meal.
After picking Katie and Thomas up from school, Thomas and I dropped off our mashed potatoes, a couple bottles of wine, and a gift at the Abels. I promised Caroline that I would bring home turkey, stuffing mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie for her later. She laid in bed all day; poor thing!
... overweight at the Lyon, Mexico airport. She had to purchase an extra carryon bag to avoid paying the fee!
We kept ourselves busy today.. we have no more visitors until Greg returns in about three weeks. Stacy picked the kids and me up early Saturday morning.,, 8:30 a.m. Thomas and Maddie's classmate, Cecilia, had a dressage show at the San Miguel Pony Club (Rancho Los Animas) this morning. After an Italian Coffee Company pit stop, we drove ...
... of these saints are in the back of the church.
The most valuable object in the Parroquia is the life-size crucifix "Lord of the Conquest". It is actually a light weight statue, made of corn (patzcuara). In 1580, two friars were attacked by Chichimeccas, an indigenous tribe, and killed. The crucifix was then left at the Parroquia; it is now a revered religious object by the Chichimeccas as it symbolizes their salvation as Christ has arrived in Mexico.
... We went to an exhibition at the Galerie Nudo, a modern art gallery on Recreo. Currently, there is an art showing of Alejandro Santiago, a recently deceased Mexican artist with amazing sculpture and bright modern paintings. We walked through some stores, hit the ATM and went to the Ignacio Ramirez and Artisan markets. Greg took Ted and Eli to Posaditos for lunch while I headed home. Ted and Eli then found Manos Spa for some relaxation; it was a hit with them!
... with 80-85 degree days. (The high desert climate has dramatic daily temperature shifts which we now are beginning to feel.) On the brisk walk to school the past two mornings, we have seen a few hot air balloons high above us. What a fun viewing!
Plugging away at Warren Hardy! Learning Spanish for my own personal benefit in a Hispanic country is a true gift. (I feel like I am in college again, but now I truly cherish the time and spend it ...