There were nine stately palms that formed a dramatic backdrop to my house. They stood century over the bare lot for near to 30 years. When we finished the construction of our home[…]
Like the day JFK was shot forty-eight years ago, September 11, 2001 is a day everyone will remember, they will remember exactly where they were and what they were doing when the news came of the first attacks at the Twin Towers in New York.
This is me after a full day of beach combing! One of the joys of living in a semi-rural beachfront house is the things that wash up on the beach, land in your[…]
So what’s the climate like in La Paz? Well most of the year it is wonderful, a place where outdoor living is an art form. And drinking icy-cold umbrella drinks is expected. But[…]
Standing naked in my bathroom, arms outstretched, and drenched in honey, I wondered just how I was going to get through the day. I was so sticky! I could not put on clothes. If I put my arms down, they would be glued to my side. And ditto for slipping on flip-flops. Well, I couldn’t actually put on flip-flops because my feet and the bathmat were quickly becoming a bonded pair.
“What? You are moving to Mexico? Aren’t you scared?” These were the words of frinds and family when we sold our house, had the mother of garage sales and left for points south[…]
The other day I was in Chedraui, the main grocery store in La Paz and right before my eyes was a display of the loveliest potted tulips. I did not hesitate; I grabbed two pots of these luscious blooms. One pot for my office and one for the dining room table.
February is my month, my birthday, my favorite month of winter!
Friday to Sunday In La Paz
One of the things we miss most is customer service. But yesterday was Terrific Tuesday for my friends and I. We found good service everywhere we went during the day.