We are in the process of building our home in Mexico. It has taken us a little over 15 years to purchase the land. We bought it in sections a little at a time. This year we decided we have enough land and it is […]
Tag: life in Mexico
Today I am writing a little about My Doctors Visit or should I say visits. Not something you might want to read about but good therapy for me by writing about them.
Some of you may know that I have a couple of other website blogs. https://YourWholeFoodsChef.com being the main one. Then I also have https://BugoutSurvivalTatics.com, https://OurDogsDomain.com and a couple of others. I had also been working on TheChefsKitchenTable which was to bring all the food information into one location, aimed at senior health and food. That remains unfinished because the tech. person working with me is busy on other projects. The thing is, I think I will reduce my blogging efforts to just this one for any time in the foreseeable future. (more…)
Mexico Vacations for Seniors to enjoy now. All around the world, senior traveling is increasing in popularity. A large number of senior citizens are making the decision to get out and travel. If you are one of those individuals, you have likely examined a number […]
The past month it has been Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods and Tropical Storms in much of Mexico. While you see the rescues going on and it is in the news, our hearts are with those that lost everything. What about the lost dreams that many will live after the TV cameras and the news reporters have left. It is a sad and heart breaking story yet to unfold over the next few years.
Don’t Grow Old, It is ok to age but altogether a different story if we allow ourselves to grow old. Today I have been thinking about aging and how it affects each of us differently. Do you remember “We don’t stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing” That’s from George Bernard Shaw, Irish dramatist, and what a quote it is! I like it because it has a Ying Yang balanced feel to it, and it very concisely makes a point that prods an emotional response. (more…)