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    Just a short note to tell people that all three of Ginger’s dogs are really happy with their new owners. Thanks to the people on this board and the animal facebook pages for their help is placing these wonderful dogs.
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    Saw the matinee this aft, and it was wonderful. Bravo does great work and finds very interesting shows.
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    Hi all you dancing fans GREAT show at BRAVO! "Lettice and Lovage". A group of friends attended last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. The Set(s) are terrific, great script and wonderful actor(s). A delightful evening of comedic Theatre. I encourage you to check it out. Remaining performances are: Jan. 17 at 7:30 pm, Jan. 18 & 19 at 4 pm, Jan. 23 & 24 at 7:30 pm, Jan. 25 & 26 at 4 pm. all y ou dancing fans Hi all you dancing fans Lip Sync is over and we are ready to dance some more!! There will be an intro jazz class taught by Maritza Freyslinger on Wednesday Jan 15 at 12:30-1:30. Then this beginner jazz class will move to Mondays at 12:30 starting on Monday Jan. 20. Whether you have danced before or are not sure which is your left foot, the class will have something to offer each participant. The goal of the class will be to teach people to be aware of their body and how it moves through space. The other goal will be to simply enjoy dancing and moving to great music. We also want to announce an addition to the dance classes that we offer. Maritza will be teaching a more advanced jazz class starting Saturday Jan 25 at 10:30-11:30. This class will be at the L’Air Studio in the Bugambilias plaza. This class will definitely be a more advanced class and it will assume that you know the basics of jazz movement. The technique and the choreography will be faster and more high energy. All classes will follow a set format. There will be a warmup phase that will include stretches, roll downs, pliés and so forth. This will be followed by time spent on isolations. The next part will consist of work on technique. Finally we will work on some choreography suitable for the level of the class. So here are the details you need to know: Basic class When: This coming Wed only Jan 15 at 12:30 and from then on Mondays, 12:30- 1:30 Hi all you dancing fans Lip Sync is over and we are ready to dance some more!! There will be an intro jazz class taught by Maritza Freyslinger on Wednesday Jan 15 at 12:30-1:30. Then this beginner jazz class will move to Mondays at 12:30 starting on Monday Jan. 20. Whether you have danced before or are not sure which is your left foot, the class will have something to offer each participant. The goal of the class will be to teach people to be aware of their body and how it moves through space. The other goal will be to simply enjoy dancing and moving to great music. We also want to announce an addition to the dance classes that we offer. Maritza will be teaching a more advanced jazz class starting Saturday Jan 25 at 10:30-11:30. This class will be at the L’Air Studio in the Bugambilias plaza. This class will definitely be a more advanced class and it will assume that you know the basics of jazz movement. The technique and the choreography will be faster and more high energy. All classes will follow a set format. There will be a warmup phase that will include stretches, roll downs, pliés and so forth. This will be followed by time spent on isolations. The next part will consist of work on technique. Finally we will work on some choreography suitable for the level of the class. So here are the details you need to know: Basic class When: This coming Wed only Jan 15 at 12:30 and from then on Mondays, 12:30- 1:30 Where: Ricardo's Dance Studio on the north side of the carreterra 3 doors west of the lights at Juarez Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Intermediate class When: Saturdays, 10:30- 11:30 Where: L’Air Studio Bugambilias plaza 3rd floor Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Dress: loose comfortable clothes, jazz shoes or shoes that give your feet some support without stopping your foot from pointing and flexing and being able to slide running shoe with thick soles do not work Other items: lots of water!!!! Please arrive 10 minutes before the class so you have time to get your shoes on, pay for the class and chat with friends. Then we begin dancing at the times noted above. : Ricardo's Dance Studio on the north side of the carreterra 3 doors west of the lights at Juarez Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Intermediate class When: Saturdays, 10:30- 11:30 Where: L’Air Studio Bugambilias plaza 3rd floor Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Dress: loose comfortable clothes, jazz shoes or shoes that give your feet some support without stopping your foot from pointing and flexing and being able to slide running shoe with thick soles do not work Other items: lots of water!!!! Please arrive 10 minutes before the class so you have time to get your shoes on, pay for the class and chat with friends. Then we begin dancing at the times noted above. Sync is over and we are ready to dance some more!! There will be an intro jazz class taught by Maritza Freyslinger on Wednesday Jan 15 at 12:30-1:30. Then this beginner jazz class will move to Mondays at 12:30 starting on Monday Jan. 20. Whether you have danced before or are not sure which is your left foot, the class will have something to offer each participant. The goal of the class will be to teach people to be aware of their body and how it moves through space. The other goal will be to simply enjoy dancing and moving to great music. We also want to announce an addition to the dance classes that we offer. Maritza will be teaching a more advanced jazz class starting Saturday Jan 25 at 10:30-11:30. This class will be at the L’Air Studio in the Bugambilias plaza. This class will definitely be a more advanced class and it will assume that you know the basics of jazz movement. The technique and the choreography will be faster and more high energy. All classes will follow a set format. There will be a warmup phase that will include stretches, roll downs, pliés and so forth. This will be followed by time spent on isolations. The next part will consist of work on technique. Finally we will work on some choreography suitable for the level of the class. So here are the details you need to know: Basic class When: This coming Wed only Jan 15 at 12:30 and from then on Mondays, 12:30- 1:30 Where: Ricardo's Dance Studio on the north side of the carreterra 3 doors west of the lights at Juarez Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Intermediate class When: Saturdays, 10:30- 11:30 Where: L’Air Studio Bugambilias plaza 3rd floor Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Dress: loose comfortable clothes, jazz shoes or shoes that give your feet some support without stopping your foot from pointing and flexing and being able to slide running shoe with thick soles do not work Other items: lots of water!!!! Please arrive 10 minutes before the class so you have time to get your shoes on, pay for the class and chat with friends. Then we begin dancing at the times noted above. Sync is over and we are ready to dance some more!! There will be an intro jazz class taught by Maritza Freyslinger on Wednesday Jan 15 at 12:30-1:30. Then this beginner jazz class will move to Mondays at 12:30 starting on Monday Jan. 20. Whether you have danced before or are not sure which is your left foot, the class will have something to offer each participant. The goal of the class will be to teach people to be aware of their body and how it moves through space. The other goal will be to simply enjoy dancing and moving to great music. We also want to announce an addition to the dance classes that we offer. Maritza will be teaching a more advanced jazz class starting Saturday Jan 25 at 10:30-11:30. This class will be at the L’Air Studio in the Bugambilias plaza. This class will definitely be a more advanced class and it will assume that you know the basics of jazz movement. The technique and the choreography will be faster and more high energy. All classes will follow a set format. There will be a warmup phase that will include stretches, roll downs, pliés and so forth. This will be followed by time spent on isolations. The next part will consist of work on technique. Finally we will work on some choreography suitable for the level of the class. So here are the details you need to know: Basic class When: This coming Wed only Jan 15 at 12:30 and from then on Mondays, 12:30- 1:30 Where: Ricardo's Dance Studio on the north side of the carreterra 3 doors west of the lights at Juarez Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Intermediate class When: Saturdays, 10:30- 11:30 Where: L’Air Studio Bugambilias plaza 3rd floor Cost: 60 pesos per class or 300 for 5 classes Dress: loose comfortable clothes, jazz shoes or shoes that give your feet some support without stopping your foot from pointing and flexing and being able to slide running shoe with thick soles do not work Other items: lots of water!!!! Please arrive 10 minutes before the class so you have time to get your shoes on, pay for the class and chat with friends. Then we begin dancing at the times noted above.
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    Psychotherapists is an umbrella term for health professionals such as psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, or professional counselors.
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    Telmex/Infinitum out since 3 PM today Friday Lazaro Cardenas upper Ajijic. Anyone else? It is about 9 PM now.
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    Is 12x40m2. To get the permit anyone can get in the goverment office. But to make tha plan and the perito sing, need to be a architec or enginering whit jalisco state permit. If you need more info send me a PM. Saludos
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    Well in 2 years ago, I tray to buy a comercial lot in Riveras del Pilar, the prices of the lot was $ 1 000 000pesos, like $52 000 usd sprox, and I ask a estimate for ar enginer in gdl to buid ware cost, and the prices was $750 000 pesos, like $40 000 usd, but not icluide septick tank and algibe, and the lot construction was 12x40. So the lot comercial is like $6 000 to $10 000 pesos, and $8 000 to $12 000 for construction. Saludos
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    2 weeks ago I bought several pairs of shoes for a friend living in an Assisted Living Home and at the register, I explained that I would need to try the shoes on her to see what she liked and what fit. She confirmed that with my receipt, I could return the ones that didn't fit or she didn't like. I came back 2 days later, went to the service desk with the two pairs. I exchanged one for a different size and returned the other. She credited the $ back onto my debit card. Very pleasant experience. Cheers, Val
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    I thought muriatic acid would eat the chrome off faucets.
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    Is there an Ajijic resident who hasn’t had an altercation with a cab driver? Yes, there are individual cabbies whom we all love and I suspect those who aren’t nice, don’t even live in Ajijic. They just come here for our money! I have several objectives for bringing this up. In Ajijic, there are TWO official, yet unsigned for years, handicapped parking spaces. With the continued influx of elderly residents, both expat and Mexican, MORE handicap spaces at the plaza are essential and their lack of is probably a violation of Mexico’s human rights laws. There have been incidents where senior citizen transportation was denied parking by taxi personnel, violating Mexico’s tradition of respect and care for seniors. Therefore, I propose: 1. That the number of taxi parking spaces be cut in half and that the spaces be dedicated to handicap parking WITH signs. Chapala has multiple spaces with signs. 2. That the taxi stand east of Guadalajara Pharmacy and three spaces at the Malecon be activated for taxis in compensation to the cabbies and for the convenience of residents. Elderly customers especially tourists, might not be able to walk to the Plaza to get a cab. 3. That the police monitor the dedicated spaces at the plaza and be instructed to call Transito when unauthorized persons park in these spaces; often personnel from nearby businesses. you need to go to the site to sign see address http://chng.it/MYpJS9Zq
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    With progressives, it is imperative that you be fitted and that the lens markings be made by a technician sitting at eye level with you. If great care is not taken, the transition line will be either too high or too low, and you will be unhappy with the glasses. That said, you may be able to make small adjustments yourself, by adjusting the nose pads wider to lower the glasses, or higher to raise them. It has little to do with luck. Luz, at LCS is excellent, and can get you fitted correctly.
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    You are allowed a one time exemption from taxes for importation of household goods as a legal resident. No IVA is paid. You will need a menaje de casa. If you are using a moving company they will work with the customs agent. You can find a lot of information on rollybrook.com
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    Send me an email or PM, happy to help you in the best way with no cost or obligation. Multiple posters on this thread are long term very satisfied clients for both pool heating and solar energy.
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    I'd recommend that every homeowner consider solar, not just those with pools. Mostly to utilize renewable energy, but partly to send a screw-you to CFE. Solar panels remain a bargain here in both panel cost and installation, plus the payback scheme is far better. The US has become anti home solar as the utility industry has become one of the biggest and most influential lobbying groups, both federally and in individual states. I simultaneously priced costs here and at a former home in FL and the financial differences were astronomical. Get a few estimates; we did and went with STI. You can reach them via a member on this board, @Go Solar
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    Thank you very much. I am very happy you two found each other 😇
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    Thank you so much, Ginger would be so happy.
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    Hi y'all, I adopted BeeBee this morning. She is wonderful. We feel so happy, lucky and blessed. Buen dia everybody ❤️
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