Technical difficulties. Yes, I know it is not Thursday, but if you are a regular reader you know that this post was originally posted on a Thursday. I went back in to add the button and it reposted it today. Oops!
I'm going to be doing something a little different on Thursdays.
On my Throwback Thursday posts, you'll find a picture, song, memory, anything from the past. Everyone is welcomed to join in. If you decide to participate, please stop by my blog and leave your link in the comment section below. Gracias!
This is a picture of la sequia in the rancho where my hubby is from. I'll never forget the 1st time I saw it! QUE HERMOSA!! The Mexican's familia probably thought I was crazy because I was always snapping pictures of it.
Hubby is from Coahuila, northern Mexico. It was very hot and dry when I visited. This stream of water that went for miles and miles was beautiful to me.
If you look closely in the picture above you can see some kids playing in the water. I really wish I would have taken the time to stick my feet in and enjoy the beauty that surrounded me. Hopefully one day I will have the chance again.
Here are a few more pictures I took...
There were beautiful trees full of green leaves just inviting you to sit in the shade!
I remember drawing pictures when I was a child and having little streams in my drawings. It's hard to believe that many years later, in a different country, I saw what I had always pictured in my head.
The Mexican never really understood my obsession with la sequia. While on a walk with his sister, I started taking a lot of pictures and wanted to take even more. I think she thought I was a little weird... so I tried to chill out a bit with all my picture taking.
I snuck this photo, just because I was amazed. This young girl was cooling off after washing clothes. I thought about the hard work it took to wash those clothes by hand. I also thought about how lucky she was to enjoy that cool little dip she took. Oh! How I so wanted to join her. I would have even helped with the clothes. I didn't dare say anything to my cuñada. She'd probably really think I was crazy then...