I came to Zacatecas expecting dust and cowboys, mules and mines. What I found was a UNESCO World Heritage site, filled with mind-blowing modern art collections!
In certain circles, there are a lot more goodbyes than in average communities (I’m looking at you, military families and expats!). Here’s some encouragement for those who stay.
Some days, Jesus telling us that he has no place to lay his head hits us harder than others.
What is there to do in Monterrey? A LOT!
How to survive a muliple-day road trip with children. A few tips and tricks I’ve learned.
I’ve always thought it strange that Cinco de Mayo is celebrated more in the US than in Mexico. But then I found a very solid reason why we should! (Ironically, no one seems to know about this, though.)
How do Mexicans celebrate Holy Week in Mexico? Read on and find out!
Outside of large cities, there generally aren’t many opportunities for anyone, especially women. In nearby towns, a group of women are joined in prayer, and they’ve built a small business out of it!
Blogging has been an adventure for me over the last 10 years. It began as a way to have some human interaction (albeit virtual interaction) when I was a stranger in a new country with an infant. One of those scenarios alone is isolating, but doing both at the same time? It was rough. Along…
What’s the deal with fasting for Lent? Why even do it? Here’s what I’ve gotten out of re-exploring Lenten fasting this year.