Do you recognize this gorgeous, exotic bloom? It is an anthurium, and it actually is native to Central and South America. Wikipedia says nothing about how it got to Hawaii, but that is[…]
My day started off beautifully last Thursday. My new glasses were finally ready. I could now, read, write, sew, and drive again! It was a sunny day; I was wearing brightly colored gauze clothing. My leopard-print flip-flops showed off my bright red pedicure.
From the optical shop I was heading to a closing, and from there to collect some buyers, have lunch with them, and then show them pretty houses. Daisy, our little yellow Beetle had just been detailed and she was bright and shiny.
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[…]
a>href=”http://www.mexicomusings.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/hola-thomas-1.jpg”> Little boys of barely 8 years old should be in school. They should be playing with friends, riding their bikes or scooters, going to scout meetings. They should not be in a[…]
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!
I am so tired of the screaming hysteria of the US prress and how they terrorize would be visitors to Mexico. Here is a post written by Lola for Mexico Premiere What If[…]
Sunday at the beach…the only day we can’t be naked poolside.
Mother and Daughter Pedicure By Susan Klindienst Fogel Well MissMeliss came to visit. She arrived last Tuesday after completing a marathon of flights and plane and airline changes to get here from Dallas[…]