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Tagged again!

I have been tagged again! I feel like a blank wall inviting graffiti artists. This time it was Sans at Que Pasa? The rules are the same as before: There are a few rules one must follow to play the game. When tagged, you must link to the person who tagged you. Then post the rules before your list, and list eight random things about yourself. At the end of the post, you must tag and link to eight other people.   1. I will probably eat anything if you deep fry it or cover it with cream sauce. Tempura with cream gravy is probably my idea of fusion cuisine but I have never tried it. 2. Historical costuming is a big passion of mine, I am trying to figure out a reason to make this polonaise but can’t come up with one (yet). 3. I like lemon drops more than I like chocolate. 4. I can sing better in ...

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What would you do if you were tagged?

I got tagged today, by Kathy in Tennessee, she probably got my blog address because I have posted comments on Because I said so! which is a blog written by a very funny lady with 6 kids. Here are the rules, I got lazy and just copied them from Kathy’s blog: There are a few rules one must follow to play the game. When tagged, you must link to the person who tagged you. Then post the rules before your list, and list eight random things about yourself. At the end of the post, you must tag and link to eight other people. 1. I usually don’t do these types of things. I also delete most chain emails. 2. My favorite colour is red. 3. I like to use British spellings such as colour, honour and grey even if it makes the spell checker crazy. 4. My favorite foods are tostones and pizza, probably not together. —Tostones are fried plantains, ...

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Great plans and ambitions

Ah ha! This is my very first blog entry! I feel so empowered with all this blank space to fill with my thoughts and ideas. It‘s fitting that my blog begins today, since we went to immigration on Avenida Colon and picked up our newly prorogued FM-3 visas. So we are good for another year here as Rentistas non-lucrativas, which basically means we can’t work while living here. Prorogue was not in my  vocabulary until we moved to Mexico. I love the daily  usage of words like that in Spanish, you have to love a language that routinely uses the word penultimate! Oh, since I live in Mexico, my spell check on blogger is in Spanish, so it’s pretty useless to me, unless I actually decide to post in that language. I really need a spell checker, so if any of my 2 or 3 readers has an idea how to fix that I would appreciate it. My goals are to learn to upload ...

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