La vida real


These are musicians at the Cathedral of Oaxaca, October 21, 2013 at noon. I could, and hope at some moment, to write a very poetic post about this Mass which was essentially my first adventure in Mexico this time.


4 thoughts on “La vida real

  1. Yes. La vida real es realísima. It is kind of weird to see our elderly accepting to be dependent. My dad is coming to live with my sister for a few days. I think he is sad. On the other hand, it is good for him facing the fact that, with time, he will be better there than where he has been so far. There is a say in Florida: ” Cuando las barbas de tu vecino veas pelar, pon las tuyas a remojar”. We all need to get prepared for that.

  2. Hahahaha, sister said: papá will only be here for 3 days. If he is sad, it is just because in my home he won’t be able to practice the new sex techniques for the elderly that his companion talks about all the time!. Hahahahahahahaha

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