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On the Way to San Antonio to Get Jace: Photo Gallery
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On the Way to San Antonio to Get Jace: Photo Gallery

Related Posts:Lydian, John, and Jace on a Callejoneada in Guanajuato, MexicoCool Things to Do in Guanajuato, Mexico: CallejoneadasJace Dances for the Camera During Callejoneada ...
Callejoneada in Guanajuato
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Callejoneada in Guanajuato

Callejoneadas are a unique way to see some of the most fascinating areas of a Mexican city.Related Posts:Lydian and the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato, Mexico: Photo ...
Callejoneada en Guanajuato
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Callejoneada en Guanajuato

Callejoneadas are a unique way to tour the back alleys of cities in Mexico.Related Posts:Lydian and the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato, Mexico: Photo GalleryLydian Performs ...
Lydian Performs with the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato: Part II
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Lydian Performs with the Estudiantina Group in Guanajuato: Part II

At the beginning of the callejoneadas, the estudiantina perform in front of a church near the Jardín Union in Guanajuato capital. Lydian is still learning the set list for performances with ...
Jace’s Plane Arrives in San Antonio
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Jace’s Plane Arrives in San Antonio

Jace, a 14 year old from Nebraska, arrived in early February in San Antonio, Texas to come and live with us in Mexico. This is a video of his plane pulling into the terminal.Related ...
Dreams and Nightmares of Mexico — by Jennifer Shipp
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Dreams and Nightmares of Mexico — by Jennifer Shipp

Since we moved to Mexico, I’ve had to get used to a lot of things. Some of them are big, some are small. The process of assimilating and acclimating to a new culture reminds me of an acid ...
Jace: Spanish Beginner Learns Left and Right
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Jace: Spanish Beginner Learns Left and Right

After his first day of Spanish classes at Adelita Language School in Guanajuato, Mexico, Jace realizes that he needs to know how to say "right" (derecho) and "left" (izquierda) as well as ...
All Is Vanity and a Chasing After Wind — By Jennifer Shipp
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All Is Vanity and a Chasing After Wind — By Jennifer Shipp

It’s hard to know where to start. I had so many endings over the past 12 months. I seem to be experiencing my own personal Mini-Age-of-Kali; an epic downward spiral (at least today). Moving ...
Me vs. My Things
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Me vs. My Things

It’s been months since I’ve sat at my computer with the intent to write something. I’ve had time to write. Oodles of it, in fact. But I’ve had nothing solid enough to put into words. Even ...
Realities of the Digital Nomad Lifestyle and the Rule of 3’s
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Realities of the Digital Nomad Lifestyle and the Rule of 3’s

The most stable social systems in the world are based off of triangles. Think about it:  in order for you to have a stable couple-dom with another person, you need to share something in ...
Experiences with Upwork: An Historical Overview
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Experiences with Upwork: An Historical Overview

My husband John and I started using the Upwork platform back in the days when Upwork was still two companies: oDesk and eLance. Before that, we’d been the owners of several businesses, some ...
In a Pool of Sweat, Tears, and Snot: The Grand Party
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In a Pool of Sweat, Tears, and Snot: The Grand Party

Yesterday, John and I went to the temazcal here in Guanajuato, Mexico. Each time we go to the temazcal, the experience is new and different. As Karolina cleanses our auras with smoke outside ...
A Branch on the Tree of Life and Death
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A Branch on the Tree of Life and Death

We signed the papers yesterday. The school sold. The process so far has been simple. Eight months ago, I thought we’d live in that building forever. Now it’s gone. But that’s how it goes, I ...
Deshacerse De: To Get Rid of…
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Deshacerse De: To Get Rid of…

Before our last and final trip back to the United States last week from Mexico, I struggled to find the right words in Spanish to describe what we would be doing back in Nebraska. In ...
How Our Finances Changed When We Moved out of the United States — By Jennifer Shipp
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How Our Finances Changed When We Moved out of the United States — By Jennifer Shipp

Our family has been traveling for decades, but our home base has always been in the United States. We are, after all, citizens of this country. But the more we traveled, the more we started ...
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