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... was fantastic. Likely better than I've had previously - I would never have guessed this here in Mexico. Everyone was quite happy with every dish that came to the table.
Right on schedule the rains came which required Ron (with umbrella in hand) to walk back to the house to get the SUV - so it was back to the house for a little wine and some great conversations - just another great day here in Mexico.
... would amount to a rejection of friendship. The more you live in Mexico, the more you will starting hugging and kissing and you will even take that habit back to your home country. 28. After finishing dinner, expect to stay for a few hours. Leaving right away might be perceived as that you were there only for a free meal. 29. Entering a household and not greeting the elders or owners of the household is regarded as highly offensive. 30. Mexicans expect to ...
... to play doubles in tennis down at the resort courts here at Vista Allegre so we'll see what 18 years of tennis inactivity really means. Tuesday we've invited to Steve & Cindy's home to watch the U.S. match and help him celebrate his 60th birthday along with CANADA DAY. Wonder where I can find hats and streamers here in Mexico.
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A few weeks ago I ran into Lalo Garcia, a friend, who is an up and coming arranger, composer and orchestrator who lives here at Lakeside. He said that in his studies he was at the point where he was transcribing some saxophone quartet music and wondered if I knew of four saxophones in the area who could play it. With one email I had rounded up three other sax players. Rick ...
... fiestas ... ... ... Even finding a place to rehearse can be a challenge. But in the end it all usually works out and the looks on the kids faces in our orchestra after a concert makes it all worth while for me. A truly rewarding experience. We have the usual challenge of funding, money for a music library, new instruments, old instruments that we can refurbish and place in the hands of ...