Tag Archives: Mazatlan
FELIZ ANIVERSARIO PARA MI!
Today is my anniversary! Or I really should say, my husband’s and mine, because I couldn’t have done it without him. Twenty-seven years! Who would have guessed? On this day nearly three decades ago in sunny Las Vegas, Jim and … Continue reading
CATS OF MAZATLAN
This was going to be a docu-post, following cats I saw on the streets here in Mazatlan, but street sightings have always been rare, and this time, non-existent. Cats aren’t popular here, the locals preferring dogs. Often it’s thanks to … Continue reading
MAZATLAN MEMORIES: THREE FERAL CATS, from Fire Star Press
Check out my latest blogpost, MAZATLAN MEMORIES: THREE FERAL CATS, on Fire Star Press. We all miss our pets when we go on vacation. Here’s a sweet short story about cats right when I needed them most.
I do love patterns! They are everywhere, from the tiniest quark to the multiverse. We are built from patterns, so it’s no surprise that we as human beings emulate those patterns in our daily lives.
THE MARKET: MAZATLAN
Mazatlan’s central market is a hub of activity for both tourists and locals. You can buy almost anything there, from clothing to fresh juices, from candy to goat cheese to beans. … Continue reading
CATS, BOOKS, AND THE BEACHES OF MAZATLAN: Part 3, BEACHES
February 5 was Día de la Constitución (Constitution Day), and everyone was celebrating. The beach was alive with colorful sun umbrellas and wandering bands. Air thrumming to the um-pa of tubas, boom of drums, sizzle of horns, and ring of … Continue reading
CATS, BOOKS, AND THE BEACHES OF MAZATLAN
What is your dream vacation? Your dream Mexico vacation? Late nights, loud music and pitchers of Margaritas? Since I drank my life’s allotment of Margaritas (and more) in my formative years, I needed to find something else to do with … Continue reading