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.

How can I resist the sunsets here?

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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. 

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In the US, many celebrate Cinco de Mayo but this really is not Mexico’s Independence Day.  It is September 16th but the celebration starts on the evening of the 15th with “El Grito de Dolores”.

El Grito de Dolores is re-enacted by the current President of Mexico.  He rings the bell of the National Palace in Mexico City then recites a cry of patriotism, ending with ¡Viva Mexico! 

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This is a check in on how my one word for the year of 2018 is progressing.  My word choice I had selected was ‘Balance’ and is still a work in progress with baby steps moving forward.

 

I have to thank Camille from our blogging group and owner of SurvivingMexico.com as she got me blogging a lot more than I even planned or imagined. 

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All things Mexico

 

This was my first time blogging in an A to Z Challenge and I’m glad this experience was a joint effort with a lovely group of ladies in our South Of The Border (SOTB) Bloggers group. 

With us being a group with a broad range of locations, experiences and lives within Mexico it also lead this challenge to a variety of topics. 

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