Added by Adelita on December 2, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
If you hate crowds, don't want to deal with parking,hate shopping in cold weather but want to keep it local, then I have an easy solution for you! Shop local Etsy vendors online. If you never ventured into the world of Etsy, OH MY GAWD! It's a wealth of handmade products as well as all the crafting supplies and…Continue
Black Friday has come and gone. I didn't participate. Small Business Saturday was, hopefully, successful for local businesses. The convenience of Cyber Monday is staring at us in the face today and my fingers are just itching to buy, buy, buy online.
Honestly, though, the older I get, the more I prefer…Continue
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This year has been a bit of a roller coaster ride for me. I’ve had some pretty big changes in my life. Some of these changes have been difficult and others have been fantastic. On this Thanksgiving Day, I thought I’d tell the world what I am thankful for.
Thankful for good…Continue
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I decided that since I was doing the Throw Back Thursday picture today, I'd throw up a photo of my neighborhood, Los Griegos. This one is from 1833! Los Griegos, founded in 1708 by a land grant to Juan Griego, it grew to be a thriving farming community by the late 1800s. It…Continue
Added by Adelita on October 28, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
It's become quite a big deal in Albuquerque, Day of the Dead. Parades, ofrendas, sugar skull making, are all ways to celebrate our dearly departed. Don't know the first thing about decorating a sugar skull? Not sure what elements go into making an ofrenda? Have no fear! Here are 5 places, workshops, events that…Continue
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I've been informed that there is a revolution happening in the Duke City. The phenomenon has started in the Downtown area on the corner of 2nd and Lead. Signs have popped up and people are taking them not so seriously. Signs, you ask? Yes, silly ones.
Tami Abts of…Continue