Thursday, July 22, 2010

From Mexico to you~

Hello ! we are back  we had a great time with my husband's family in Mexico.The days
 flew by ,we did so much together and here are a few pictures to share with with some of the fun we had. Okay this is homemade mole that was serted at a Quinceanera.This picture taken on our way there.
candies galore at the Mercado(market)
on our way to the rancho
more pictures from the Mercado.fresh produce,herbs,flowers...
cactus ..nopalitos  ,delicious in red salsa
a cute corner of an uncle's house
an old man walking
these are gorditas ~ a sweet bread ,some were of cheese,baked by my hubby's aunt in this panadero (sod oven)
cake made by my sisinlaw for a 15th cake..yum :):):){BTW I have the recipe..yeah!}
pastel is cake
some crazy chickens that belong to an uncle
Boots galore..everyone wears boots in Matehuala
gorditas in the making
a lot of scooter riders in this city
Daddy and his little cowboy~
Momma's handsome fella'

manteles means tablecloths
at a fabric store,bought a vinyl tablecloth,bright and cheery
a boutique
below pic ,selling fruit and clay pots
looks like Spain
at the supermarket

flower power*

city bus

below :a made bed
an amergency outhouse :) nice!

brooms at my husband's grandma's house
cooling pinto beans..neat huh?they leave there over night .

children playing in the "streets" of the rancho

some pesos

Laundry day..look at the cerros
laundry dayat some spring poolsroasted corn anyone?movie where "the mexican " was filmed.cute really old town up in mountains.check out the sinks in a rest area ..molcajetes..originally for making salsa or grinding spices.
Hope you have enjoyed these pictures...a totally different lyfestyle..long days :) no rush hour..lots of visiting .:)
God bless you~


Lorus! said...

Love the photos! I'm glad you came home rested and refreshed.

momto9 said...

I've been to Mexico once..puerto Vallarta. What struck me was how beautiful the resort area was but if you traveled even 5 minutes outside of the resort it was like another world!!!! I enjoyed the slow lifestyle there:)