El drama mexicano de los Drerups
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- Saying Adiós and Teaching Tolerance 1 year ago Thanks to the wonders of Internet over-sharing (and by that I mean Facebook), most of you already know we’ve said adiós to Mexico, and have recently relocated to Texas. But let’s backup a moment… ¡Vaya! has our past year been loco! We signed up for an adventure – and that’s what we...
- Excuse This Interruption 2 years ago I have been writing this blog for lots of different reasons, including to share our new life in Mexico with friends and family (although it’s not all that “new” anymore as we’ve been here for ten months). I write it for myself to give me something to do – I’m not working here which is...
- "Not Enough Humidity" Said No One Ever 2 years ago Mexico is hot. Really hot. Hot and sticky and humid (especially in our part of the country which averages one of the highest humidity rates in the entire world… for example, the average humidity in a rainforest is between 77 and 88%… our humidity today is a balmy 79%). Hot and sticky and...
- The Road Less Traveled (probably due to potholes) 2 years ago A lot has happened in the past couple of weeks. I turned 40 (uggg) and my hubby turned 39 (but I’ve already devoted an entire blog post to his birthday – enough about him already). We also have been doing a lot of traveling, which is great because it’s one of our favorite things to […]
- Mexican Rock-Paper-Scissors: I Lose Every Time 2 years ago It was my hubby’s birthday a couple of days ago, and all in all, I have to say it was not a good day, made especially worse by the simple fact that it WAS his day of birth, thirty-nine years ago – so surely there’s a law or written rule somewhere that says you should […]
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21:53 PM November 02, 2014
Fun and interesting with good references to Indian Jones. Hopefully the language will start to become easier as time goes by.
05:54 AM November 04, 2014
This blog is funny because it's true. Johannah is honest about what goes on in her mind and makes fun of herself as she struggles to adjust to a culture that is in so many ways at odds with her very American personality. I love each story and the larger story that is unfolding over time about how she and her family are being changed by and growing from this experience. She puts you right there in Mexico with them.
18:35 PM November 04, 2014
I love reading this blog! Not only is it informative about Mexico, but it is real and talks about everyday issues, problems and occurrences - whether serious or funny. I look forward to the new posts and will continue to faithfully "participate" in Johannah's journey.