News, Interviews, Events From The World's Best Climate, Lake Chapala
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Robert Drynan shares an unusual wartime Christmas story.
Herbert Piekow gives a historical perspective on the “Halls of Montezuma.”
In “Mexico’s Love Affair With The Virgin,” Carol L. Bowman enthralls the reader with the history of the Our Lady of Guadalupe. She explains the background to the celebration between December 9-12 where the Mexicans share their love of and reverence for this historical icon.
“That Night in Ashland” Linda L. Steele describes a special night in this fictional story of how time and circumstances change people.
Catherine Mackenzie shares a holiday celebration in her youth with her mischievous Grandmother in “Bad, Bad Granny.”
This month’s Profile is “Service with Love” as Shelly Stokes tells of the work Becca and Alan Poh have done for La Ola girls’ home, Hope House boys’ home, and medical clinics in Mezcala, San Pedro, Agua Caliente, and Chalpicote, villages east of Chapala and their new endeavors with AlivioIntl.com.
Judy Dykstra-Brown tells us to “Believe” as she relates a moving story of her mother’s love of Christmas.
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