My love of Ensenada & Valle De Guadalupe continues to grow even after being here three years. It is not a perfect place but is there really such a place? I believe you can come close to your desires but to be perfect, no.
So my daughter and her boyfriend visited before Christmas which was so exciting for us. They wanted to visit some of the places with cultural information and history on the Kumiai of Baja California Norte. One of the places we visited was Centro Ecoturístico Siñaw Kuatay. This is a small community in Valle de Guadalupe which includes a museum, restaurant which serves a traditional meal for larger groups, an area used for gatherings and events, a little store selling handmade crafts, and a nice campground.
Last year my word was Balance for the New Year. In some aspects, I did find some balance but is still evolving so this year is to develop. I had tried a schedule last year and it didn’t seem to be successful but since I don’t work like I used to, the concept of time was totally lost.
Well, it has been three years since the move to Baja and this is our fourth Christmas. Each year, we have become more established and getting our own groove in life which includes the holidays.
The first year I wouldn’t even call it much of a Christmas as we were an almost barren rental with a Telcel Moose decked out for the holiday as our decoration. We at least went to the Christmas parade from the park to the church and the boat festival of lights along with always video chatting with family. [...]Read More
We like to go to the movies here in Mexico but when it is an English movie I won’t go unless it is in English as I know the actor voices. We do go to some Spanish movies but I tend to gravitate to comedy, romance or a little drama.
So we had seen Un Padre No Tan Padre and I even have it on Netflix.
I thought I would try using pattern weights versus pins and decided to make them myself. I bought larger washers and used two to three together. Fabric, ribbon and yarn were used but as you can see I only made one with yarn. Do you want to know why? It took way too much time to make that one weight basically, I made all the others in the time I did the one!!
We have too many controls and I believe most of us do, so I decided to make some caddy’s for the living room and bedroom.
For the bedroom caddy:
I utilized leftover material from the bedroom curtains, some scrapes from the backside and some batting. I added two smaller pieces of material to create the pockets to hold items, the upper one is one large pocket while the other has three.
This occurred last month but had been busy. I would say this has been the most enjoyable adventure so far as to participating and expanding my knowledge of the winemaking process. There was a post on a Facebook for the need of help in the crushing of grapes in exchange for lunch and beer.