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    Babs wrote: It is astounding to see this photo and to become aware of how much this village has grown in sixty-five years! Truly a small village at the time.

    I saved this photo to write a blog on the 18th of June. Finally, today I feel like writing again. Somehow all the joy of writing has not been around much lately.

    I've noticed a change in attitude and energy in the last few days with a desire to garden more, cook more and to move around more.........good news for me. Hope you are experiencing this feeling as well. Being energetic has always been part of the joy of my life. Maybe I have been trying to compensate for the fact that there is not so much to do so I have taken it really, really easy. Who knows? Least of all me.

    The sounds of the egrets clacking and squawking in the eucalyptus trees across the cobbled stone road from my house are a welcome sound. The new fledglings are trying to get their bearings. I presume that is what all the noise is about.........

    Read the rest at BabsBlog: San Miguel de Allende, Mexico - 1955! More #BabsBlog.

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