Begin with Chapter One ~ Return to Chapter Ten Andrew Stevens, September 1911 Mr. K emits an exaggerated sigh. What a welcome relief to be in the quiet confines of the brewery walls. Colonel, I dont know about Sophie, but Emmas criticism is relentless against permitting politics to interrupt this summers travel plans. She continues Continue reading An Ostrich-Plumed Hat: Chapter Eleven
Published by Postcards from San Antonio at November 06, 2020 1:49 pm.Postcards from San Antonio → Español →
Bonnie Lee Black wrote: I like to think that this pretty little book has something for everyone: For those who like to read, there are eighteen short personal essays on food and travel themes. For those who like to bake dessert tarts, there are twenty-five of my favorite sweet tart recipes, many...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 06, 2020 3:13 am.San Miguel FAQ → Español →
In my effort to “step away” from the US election news, I went in search of the fourteen chairs of the “Silla Calavera” project scattered throughout restaurants and hotels in the city — a creative and calorie-burning distraction! The project arose as an idea to spread the traditions of Oaxaca through artistic creations using an ...
Published by View From Casita Colibrí at November 05, 2020 8:06 pm.View From Casita Colibrí → Español →
Yesterday, we were talking about life cycles in Mexico (a day like the others -- and no other). Here comes another. One of the big adjustments I had to make when I moved to Mexico was the lack of seasons. I had a friend in Minnesota who claimed Californians did not age because they did not have to survive hard winters; their days just melded from one day into another day just like it. That is not true for the area of Mexico where I live. We have seasons. Two of them. One of them is dry and warm. The other is wet and hot. The former passes as winter, the latter as summer. This year our summer seemed to be hotter and less wet (if you do not count the torrential rains that brought the August flood) than usual. And the heat has lingered longer than usual. We have started November and the temperature and humidity are doing a very good impression of early September. Now, I have absolutely no scientific data to back up that assertion. The heat may just be one of those
Published by mexpatriate at November 05, 2020 10:54 am.mexpatriate → Español →
So do I have a treat for you! In this post you can find, not one, not two, but three free herb ebooks for you today! Ultimate Bundles has released The Home Remedies Recipe Toolkit in advance of the Herbs Continue reading
Published by Surviving Mexico at November 05, 2020 9:01 am.Surviving Mexico → Español →
Por primera vez desde que tengo memoria una elección popular en Chile arroja un resultado tan contundente. El Plebiscito votado el pasado 25 de octubre no sólo aprobó la opción por una nueva Constitución en una proporción de cuatro quintos: en similar medida ganó la opción por una Convención Constituyente para elegir sus 155 miembros por sufragio popular.
Published by Nexos at November 05, 2020 7:58 am.Nexos →
Desde la nacionalización de la industria eléctrica en 1960, el sector ha tenido varios cambios. En los años 70 del siglo pasado se permitió a cada quien generar energía para satisfacer las necesidades propias, después se permitió generar en un sitio, consumir en otro y pagar por el “porteo” de energía.
Published by Nexos at November 05, 2020 7:56 am.Nexos →
There is a cost for being attuned to one's environment. Today was similar to my recent days in Mexico. I arose early to share a pot of tea with the creatures that visit me in the early morning. The hummingbird who pays no attention to me. The two fledgling doves who are increasing my future as a guano lord. The Inca dove and her nestling who cower at my approach and are certain I am going to eat both of them in a chili pie. And the black vultures who gracefully fly arcs around the communication tower before flying off on an offal venture. Along with the supporting cast of dragonflies, bees, wasps, and other critters who treat my swimming pool as an oasis in the Serengeti. And, of course, the occasional snake. This morning they were joined by a bat Dora had conjured up from the utility alcove. Same cycle, slightly altered. There is something comforting in their regularity. But, even in their predictability, a slight variation will occur. Instead of flying to her usua
Published by mexpatriate at November 04, 2020 8:13 pm.mexpatriate → Español →
Above, Peacock Alley merging New Yorks Waldorf and Astoria into one luxurious hotel Begin with Chapter One ~ Return to Chapter Nine Emma Bentzen Koehler, August 1911 Missus Koehler, I have a telegram for you, says the clerk behind the desk, before awkwardly sprawling across the counter to lean down and place the envelope in Continue reading An Ostrich-Plumed Hat: Chapter Ten
Published by Postcards from San Antonio at November 04, 2020 11:21 am.Postcards from San Antonio → Español →
Latest Changes: SMA: 1 new death, 13 new cases, 71 active confirmed cases. GTO: 20 new deaths, 364 new cases. MEX: 493 new deaths. SMA: 37 deaths, 714 confirmed, 41 suspected, 606 recovered. SMA: 36 deaths, 701 confirmed, 37 suspected, 597 recovered (previous). SMA New cases, active cases and...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 04, 2020 4:05 am.San Miguel FAQ → Español →
Mexico is filled with interesting stories.
Some are based on fact. Others are more creative with the truth. The genesis myth of the word "gringo" is a perfect example. You can still hear tourist guides reeling off interesting tales that the word was a slur-taunt by Mexican peasants urging the green-clad American soldiers of 1846 to go home. “Green go.” That version never made sense for at least two reasons: its internal inconsistencies and the fact the American soldiers in that era wore blue. You will still hear people repeating the story even though linguists long ago debunked it. “Gringo" dates back to at least the early 1700s in Spain and was used to refer to a non-native speaker of Spanish. Probably, derived from the Spanish word for "Greek" -- as in, it is all Greek to me. If used as it was initially, it would not apply simply to a specific nationality. And there is another, which is the topic of today’s essay. How San Patricio got its name. There are ple
Published by mexpatriate at November 03, 2020 6:52 pm.mexpatriate → Español →
La mañana del martes 3 de noviembre el Tribunal Federal de Justicia Administrativa publicó una notificación, en su portal, declarando que le ha sido otorgada a Nexos, Sociedad Ciencia y Literatura S. A. de C. V., una suspensión provisional de las sanciones impuestas por la Secretaría de la Función Pública en agosto pasado. La razón social Nexos, Sociedad, Ciencia y Literatura, ampara la actividad de la Revista Nexos y de Ediciones Cal y Arena.
Published by Nexos at November 03, 2020 1:29 pm.Nexos →
Fibromyalgia, one of the most common joint and muscle diseases, afflicting millions of Americans, is characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, often accompanied by other symptoms, ...
Published by NutritionFacts.org at November 03, 2020 7:00 am.NutritionFacts.org → Español →
Latest Changes: SMA: 6 new cases, 68 active confirmed cases. GTO: 23 new deaths, 244 new cases. MEX: 205 new deaths. SMA: 36 deaths, 701 confirmed, 37 suspected, 597 recovered. SMA: 36 deaths, 695 confirmed, 55 suspected, 590 recovered (previous). SMA New cases, active cases and 7 day moving...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 03, 2020 4:50 am.San Miguel FAQ → Español →
For my skeleton loving grandson, the 2020 skeletons, catrinas, and catrines hanging around Oaxaca. Seen on the sidewalks, businesses, and balconies of Oaxaca on November 1 and 2 — during these days we welcome and celebrate with our departed.
Published by View From Casita Colibrí at November 02, 2020 6:05 pm.View From Casita Colibrí → Español →