Lake Chapala Sunset, Jan 23, 2021

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Again, no color modification has been done. These are the actual colors of this outrageous sunset!!!

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My blog, which started out to be about overcoming grief, quickly grew into a blog about celebrating life. I post daily: poems, photographs, essays or stories. I've lived in countries all around the globe but have finally come to rest in Mexico, where I've lived since 2001. My books may be found on Amazon in Kindle and print format, my art in local Ajijic galleries. Hope to see you at my blog.

22 thoughts on “Lake Chapala Sunset, Jan 23, 2021

      1. Anonymous

        You lucky cuss~! Quit showing off~! I like the last one the best but they all make me all jealous~! But I can get Tex-Mex here and you can’t~!
        SAM

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          1. Anonymous

            Tex-mex sunsets happen almost every day here, but you must come here to both see the sunsets and have that “special food” and wine, which I just had tonight. And because my place is on several levels, you can take your pick,,,, and keep trying as you rise from the bottom to the top, taking sunset photos as you climb, next morning you just do the reverse~! Now isn’t that neat~? Not as pretty as yours but we try~!

            Judy it has had been a problem here, due to politics, to get the corona shot, but with the new administration it may now be improving. I will get mine this coming week, though Tami and I will drive 300 miles to do it. I know that you have thousands of correspondents online, and may have many offers, but I want you to know that I have a special place if you must come this direction to take care of this. My “barn” is actually a complete home with everything needed to live in comfort. So I am offering this to you if you may need it to take care of a very urgent problem. And as the shots become more easily obtainable here, I can also help you set one up. Just an offer of what may be.

            I can’t promise that we would not have interesting conversations though, as we seem to both be rather opinionated and stubborn, but in a mutually loving direction, and that would be fun. You would be amazed at how parallel our lives and interest have been in the past.
            SAM

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            1. lifelessons Post author

              That’s very generous of you, Sam. For now, I’m staying put and just trying not to make contact with many people..Hopefully we’ll have the right vaccine by April, when it is my turn.

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      1. slmret

        I think the big fires are all out — there was a rash of small ones during the last week when we had 90 degree days! The rain will help as long as it keeps the grasses moist, but that won’t last long when the rains stop. This is just the second rainy week we’ve had all winter, so rain is very welcome!

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  1. Rita Holland

    Beautiful!!!!

    John and I are still in oregon! WAiting for vaccine and I’ll be having some back surgery next week.

    Hope you are doing well!

    Rita and John

    Sent from my iPhone

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Hi Rita. I wondered how you were doing. I’m staying close to home. We won’t have vaccine until at least April for my group..and if it is the Russian strain, I won’t have it..I hope your surgery goes well. Let me know.. xo

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