News, Interviews, Events From The World's Best Climate, Lake Chapala
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Lakeside Artisans (Lake Chapala, Jalisco)
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Judy Dykstra Brown interviews Kristina Trejo, a native of Mexico City, who’s father was a renowned Mexican poet and translator and who’s Anglo mother inspired her love of music and batik art. Kristina lives in Ajijic and is available to show her work, and perform her music at private or public functions.
Tom Nussbaum lends his humorous views as to people’s propensity to assign fault when bad things happen.
Neil McKinnon gives a humorous, yet belated birthday greeting to Canada.
In exploring the way time has affected her life, Blue shares her experiences how COVID brought time to a stand still, and wonders how the “new normal” will affect how she spends her time in the future.
Cindy Paul shares her hope to de-clutter her home with all the free time, but is distressed about parting with bits and pieces of her past.
Steve Parker shares his love of his first car.
Barbara Hildt offers some sage advice about Intuition and its role in creativity.
Sydney Gay shares useful information on uses of vanilla.
“Medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits, and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.”
—Dead Poets Society......
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