Dreaming of Mexico

I think I’ve already mentioned that we are not going to Mexico this year. This fact has been seriously bumming me out.

My parents left on Monday, and I’m so happy for them that they’re there.

I know we were lucky to be able to the go past two years, and we will most likely go again next year, but I just keep thinking that our very favorite vacation spot in the world, Zihuatanejo, Mexico, would be a perfect place to celebrate my upcoming milestone birthday.  It’s a BIG milestone. 😉

The weather has gotten cold again, and obviously my mood is similar. But yesterday it smelled like spring when I came in to work, and today it was actually GETTING LIGHT when I left the house! I can’t believe the positive effect that had on my outlook–just a little bit of light at about 7:00 goes a long way for me, apparently. :)

I have a fun scrapbook event this weekend and get to spend time with my best friend, my sister, and my niece.  And since my daughter is on spring break next week, I’m hoping for some much-needed mother-daughter time then.

So, I guess, all in all, in spite of the weather, things are looking up. Hi mom and dad, I hope you’re having a wonderful time, and I truly wish we were there having a margarita on the beach with you. But we look forward to hearing all about your exploits when you get home. 😉

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8 Responses to Dreaming of Mexico

  1. Sheri says:

    Is anyone planning a big party?

    • Sandi says:

      No, I don’t think so. We’re going to actually be in Minneapolis on the 4th for my master gardener board meeting–so will be staying with Chandra and Wilbur that night. Then we’re going back to Moorhead on Saturday and I think we’re just going out with the fam for dinner that night.

      • Sheri says:

        Nice – You know I work about 3 miles from the Arb. Maybe we could meet up for a drink when you’re done with your deal before I go home and you go to Chandra and Wilburs?

  2. Dan says:

    Where do you stay in Zihuatanejo?

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