Are you interested in moving to Mexico? We have been living here with our four children for over six years. In September we moved into our sixth home here because our landlord sold our previous home. I have shared all our homes on this blog so if you are thinking of moving here you may want to visit this link, Moving to Mexico, to see what some homes look like in Southern Mexico.
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Things have been so crazy here. Our girls were in the States for six weeks, we have had several health problems, we moved into a new home, we attended two encouraging and wonderful Bible assemblies in Guadalajara, Brad and Grams fell a few times, (Brad broke a rib and Grams bruised her poor face), and on top of all this we still have four kids we are raising, including two teenagers which is not easy, let me tell you! Due to all this, it has been over five months since my last post! We moved into this house at the end of September and it has taken me two months to share these images. With this post, I hope to jump back into writing and photography so stay tuned!
From The Shop
There are only two problems with this new house thus far… One, apparently this area is a hangout for the neighborhood teens because it’s private and secluded. Two, some of our neighbor kids, that love to play with our boys, are a little mischievous and destructive. We are trying to learn how to deal with all this in a positive way because of course, it could always be worse.
On the plus side, I do love the house! And my parents and grandmother live in the same block, on the opposite side! So it really has a lot of benefits. We signed a six-month contract which makes me a little nervous but the owner said he has had some lousy renters so he is nervous too. We will see what happens, I guess! I will keep you posted :-)
Signing off in Mexico, Tina
Originally published November 27, 2019
A ridiculous amount of coffee was consumed in the process of creating this project. Add some fuel if you'd like to keep me going ;-) Gracias!