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On Vacation … Winter Break!

View from the patio

All of those years in the classroom, teaching vocabulary and conjugating verbs … I never dreamed those experiences might lead to this … 7 weeks renting a Mexican home on the Gulf of Mexico coast.

My GOOD news might be BAD news for you …  the web site is open and you can browse and place orders.  Of course, since I am in Mexico,  I can’t SHIP anything to you until sometime in mid-March.  We will be returning home to landlocked western Ohio on March 7.

Keep checking the Celebrate365 Facebook page, along with my personal one, to find out what we are doing.  I’ll also check in here from time to time to give you updates on new designs and some suggestions about how to make the most of the web site options and functions that you might not be aware of.

¡Feliz Día de San Valentín!

We are spending another Valentine’s Day in sunny Mexico.  It is a major event here … as it is for many of us.

Progreso, Yucatán, México
Municipal Market

I have been remiss in updating the blog … I’ve posted quite a lot on Facebook and if you follow my personal page there, you will find a “Yucatán 2017” album that is growing with photos.

It is so easy to let the days slip by.  Life is so tranquil, no rush to meet deadlines.  All too soon, I’ll be back to Ohio and my daily

routine.  Here at the beach, I awake early, eat breakfast and begin a leisurely walk through sand and seaweed.

Relics of the Sea

I’ve made a lot of plans for the year and have a number of complicated projects coming my way.  But, what a calming and stress-free way to organize my brain!

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Winter At The Beach …

View from our table at Eladio’s beach restaurant, Progreso, Yucantán, México

YES!  Celebrate365.com is open for business … but no shipping until mid-March.

This is our sixth year wintering in the Yucatán.  We are renting a beach home for seven weeks and are “living the life”.  Temps have been in the mid-80s with sunshine nearly every day.

 

Slow roast chicken pieces in banana leaves & marinate in sour oranges

Pollo Pibil (Pibil style chicken)

with achiote spices. It is a Yucatán speciality.  It is traditionally served with pickled onion.  Here is it presented with wedges of sour orange.  A hollowed onion serves as a serving vessel filled with the pickled onion bits.

 

 

Panuchos are a light snack or breakfast dish.  Another

Eladio’s Panuchos

traditional Yucatán creation, these are tortilla filled with black beans. Then they are topped with fresh vegetables.  Here we have lettuce, cabbage, shredded turkey, tomato, pickled red onion, English cucumber, avocado.

 

 

Follow our lazy days on the beach … away from Ohio’s cold and snow.  And look for previews of the 2017 lines in the coming days.  I am editing the web site to reflect current inventory levels and I am indicating styles that have been discontinued.  Feel free to ask me questions … I am “connected”!

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