Roses are red, violets are blue, clicking the pics, brings a Merry Christmas to you.
The pictures in today's blog have a theme, see if you can guess what it is.
Well, Christmas is almost over, and I had a very happy one because today was just like every other day for me, and I'm very happy every day.
I do miss my family because Christmas is best spent with friends and family. But in this time of pandemics, I guess we're better off staying separated for the winter.
I feasted on a traditional Christmas dinner today with a freshly cooked rotisserie chicken straight from the grocery store. Some baked beans from a can opened by me just for this special occasion. And to drink, no less than the finest Mexican beer sold in Ajo. It's named "Buena Suerte Gringo," which I was told means "The Beer of Kings. "
After a repast of that magnitude, it has not only increased my Christmas joy but also my girth, so I will be required to sit in my easy chair and relax for quite some time, possibly till well after New Year's.
Santa's reindeer are lined up outside the old train station in the Plaza. Maybe he's arriving by train instead of sleigh.
Someone had enough Christmas spirit to decorate some desert Creosote Bushes.
I thought this was a unique way of decorating your Agave plant for Christmas.
But I soon figured out everybody in town does it. These folks went the extra mile and put some Santa hats on their little Barrel Cactus.
These folks just scattered some colorful balls around the yard.
If you guessed the theme for the pictures in today's blog was Christmas...... WRONG!
The theme is... there's no snow on the ground here because it's 70°