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Guest list

Wow, our guest list for the Blogger M&G is growing. Look who’s coming! Don’t you want to come too? If you haven’t read their blogs yet, check them out! Merida Mikey,The Adventures of Merida MikeyLin Dorton, Crazy, gone native Wayne, Isla Mujeres: Gringo in ParadiseBill Larsen, Not the News,Life in Merida, YucatanLisa Love, Living the Lisa LocaNancy and Paul, Countdown to Mexico Kim, RivergirlLaurie Norton, Tacogirl’s travelblog frm San Pedro, BelizeLarry Baker, Yucatan RebirthDebi, Debi in Merida Tom, Tom’s BlogJonna & Mimi, blah,blah,blah GingerLida Garcia, Rainbow Crafters and La Casa de los gatos malcriadosStephen and Paula, The Dodwells Head SouthEllen Fields, Yucatan Living and Mexico in EnglishKhaki Scott, Yucatan LivingKathy and Jamie, Hell’s Half Acre, Musings from the Caribbeanand me too! Theresa, What do I do all day? and Theresa’s Cooking Blog Wow, and if the circumstances allow, the following bloggers hope to be added to the list. Paul, Hammock Musings from MeridaIslazina, Living La Vida FlojaKelly,A Canuck in Cancun ...

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Here we go!

I should be making dolmas for tomorrow, I opened my computer to look up how to make them in the crockpot and got sucked into the world of blogs. I saw this meme on If you want kin, you must plant kin and got hooked. Things in bold are the ones I’ve done; things in italics are things I’d like to do; thing in italics with an asterisk are things I really, really want to do. The ones in regular font I have neither done nor want to do. 1. Started my own blog (or two)2. Slept under the stars3. Played in a band.4. Visited Hawaii5. Watched a meteor shower.6. Given more than I can afford to charity.7. Been to Disneyland/world (hard not to if you grew up in California)8. Climbed a mountain (hiked up really, not in a rock climbing way)9. Held a praying mantis 10. Sung a solo (actually I have but that is because of Faire, sometimes ...

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Quick and Easy Good Karma

I had the pleasure of meeting Wayne of Isla Mujeres, Gringos in Paradise during the Latin American Blogger Meeting. Wayne came up with the idea for the meeting and made all the arrangements for hotels and restaurants.It turns out that Wayne has lots of good ideas and his latest is “Warm Hearts make Warm Hands”, I want to share the idea with you all. It all started with a blog post written by John Calypso of VivaVeracruz and Wayne says it so much better than me,so please take a moment to read the linked post.I know that I have crafty readers too, I am not much of a knitter but I can crochet with the best of them! I am going to take some time off my own projects to make a few things to mail to the poor people of Ursulo Galvan. There isn’t a secure address to mail to yet, Juan explains the logistics in this post.The best ...

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Comida Listo

I just realized that I never announced that I am writing a weekly article about food for Yo Listo, it’s called Comida Listo, which actually is not correct Spanish since the gender doesn’t agree. I’ve written three articles so far, you can read them on the home page. They come out on Tuesdays.Where this blog and Comida Listo differ is that here I write about what I am cooking at home, while Comida Listo is more aimed to people missing foods or conveniences from “home”.Please stop by my column and tell me what you think.

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Homework the final assignments

Actually we are still missing one, but it’s the internet’s fault. Both Heather in Paradise and Rivergirl have written about Scars.What an interesting topic, not an easy one to write about, head on over to the blogs and don’t forget to comment. It would have been so easy for them to have blown it all off.

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Homework Part 2

Tacogirl had to Show some love. Her life in Belize is probably the most different from mine of any of the bloggers who went to the Blogger meet and greet. We are still short 3 homework assignments, Heather in Paradise who came up with the idea is suffering from the famous Cablemas lack of connectivity, Rivergirl is waiting for Heather to send her the assignment and I think Blah,Blah,Blah Ginger is not online either.

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Copying off other people’s homework. Part 1

Here are the links to most of other bloggers and their homework assignments. I will post the rest of the links tomorrow. Here are the ones that are ready to go already!CancuncanuckShe got an assignment called Watch your language.Isla Mujeres: Gringo in ParadiseYou can read Wayne’s take on the same assignment that I did. Promote the Truth!Living the Lisa LocaLisa’s post is about giving and the assignment is called Ante Up. I tried to comment on her post but couldn’t maybe someone can explain how to comment to me?Life’s a BeachDon’t be put off by the subheading about Real Estate, this is a real blog not a real estate website masquerading as a blog. Michelle said the blog happened because it was an add-on to her RE software. I believe in serendipity, the universe wanted Michelle to blog and steered her in that direction. Her post is on Deal Breakers, which makes my assignment seem much easier in retrospect.Mexico “Way”Liz ...

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Gastronomìa Mexicana 2.0

I just found this great cooking blog for Mexican food, Gastronomìa Mexicana 2.0 written by a Yucatecan named Elizabeth. It doesn’t have a lot of recipes in spite of having been around since 2006. It’s also written in Spanish which may be a problem for some of you. What makes it worthwhile is that the cooking directions are well done with step by step instructions and clear photos.There is a recipe for Spaguetti Verde a la Mexicana (Mexican Style Green Spaghetti). When our neighbor’s 16 year old son had to cook dinner to pay off a bet, Spaguetti Verde is what he made using chile poblanos. Check it out, it will give you something different to cook when you are in a hurry.She has a recipe for Jalisco style Pozole which I am planning on trying out soon.If you have a sweet tooth there is also a recipe for Pastel de Nutela (Nutella Cake). Nutella is big here in Yucatan, ...

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Mexico in English

Wow! I got a really nice review on the Mexico in English blog. I am feeling giddy, now I have to keep up my standards. Mexico in English writes about blogs written in English regarding Mexico. I have found some of my favorite blogs that way. Theresa

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