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... was a gorgeous afternoon, warm and clear. We celebrated an "open air" Thanksgiving feast at 4:00 p.m. with an amazing view of the city and even better company. I was so thankful to have met such wonderful new friends to be with this holiday. After saying the blessing, I enjoyed getting to know Goddard's sister, Marguel, and also Stacy's mom and husband at our Thanksgiving meal. Such remarkable people.. we all love their family.
It was a delicious meal; ...
... la Cieneguita and searched for the horseback riding rancho.. it took us awhile, but we found it! Signage here is a problem.. especially when you get out in the countryside. Although we were early, it was a wonderful morning for the kids.. they played games, petted horses and my girls fell in love with the fluffy barn cat. Logan, Thomas' friend, also showed up. it was an Academia first grade party! Unfortunately, Ceci's performance was at the end of the show ...
... course, there is an image of Our Lady of Guadeloupe, the most iconic religious symbol in Mexico. (In a nut shell, Juan Diego, a Mexican, had visions of the Virgin Mary. She asked him to construct a church in her honor. After a miracle involving Castilian roses growing in the winter time, the Spanish bishop was convinced that Diego indeed had these visions and the church was constructed.) Lastly, the Parroquia has a large crypt below the tile floor. Inside the ...
... and I had some time together this afternoon. We went to the Plaza of Health; a huge tent was set up with an art fair going on. It started today. We saw many typical Mexican art crafts.. pottery, silver jewelry, wool rugs and pillows, straw figurines (cute reindeer), artisan lighting and mirrors, etc. Great find of the day: my mom and I found great pewter Nativity sets and bought a few for Christmas gifts. Mom and I then went to the artisan market. We ...
... Tutoring with Manuel tomorrow at Starbucks...
I have to comment on the school "crowd" at Warren Hardy. These retired Americans living in San Miguel share a wonderful camaraderie and they keep busy social calendars. I receive a lot of emails to join in on study groups, recipe ideas, etc. After class, they enjoy going out for drinks. Today, this group is excited for after school "potluck" party organized by Warren and Tule Hardy. The ...
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