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From the Now to the Future, Enter a New Season

Posted in Grandchildren,Hacienda Jalisco,HealthCare Resources by Pam on September 23, 2010
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Today is the official “first day of fall”. Where are the brightly colored leaves gently falling from the trees? Frost on the pumpkin? Hot apple cider? All of the images that we conjure up when we think of autumn? Here, we don’t have falling leaves – we have a deep and very lush green of the jungle. No frost (or pumpkins) but we do have smooth skin from the humidity and baskets of mangos. Hot cider sounds terrible right about now but an “agua fresca” sure quenches the thirst! It won’t be long before the weather will change, bringing balmy, tropical evenings and gorgeous blue daytime skies. October always seems to bring a special energy that you can feel in the air as folks return for the winter months, bringing with them the hope and anticipation of a good high season. We are ready!

I was lucky enough to take a few days off and head to the mountains to San Sebastian last week. After the first few hours there at the Hacienda Jalisco with my (more…)

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The Reason We Keep Lots of Candles and Matches in Puerto Vallarta In Summer!

Posted in Grandchildren by Pam on May 24, 2010
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Spending quality time with my grandchildren is a high priority for me. Now that low season has rolled around, there are extra hours in the day to do just that! Walks, movies, playtime all add up to my thanking my blessings each day that my grandchildren live a mere 5 blocks from me here in Puerto Vallarta. Nicholas is 5 and Brianda is 2. Nicholas and I are movie buffs and go as often as we can. Taking Brianda is a challenge as her attention span isn’t as long as an entire movie, Disney or not – at least not yet. Nick and I were thrilled when we found out that Wall-E was in town already!

Slyly sneaking around the corner so Brianda could not see us go, Nicholas and I headed to Cinemark for an afternoon of movies and junk food. (I only felt a little bit guilty – but promised (more…)