Dancing

The first week of March was filled with dancing. Various troups from all over performed at the side of the church around sunset or later at the botanical gardens. We didn’t ever make the hike 10 blocks south to get the tickets for the limited seating in the gardens, but we caught a few of […]

Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is the biggest church in Oaxaca, and seems to be where everything happens. The grounds take up four square blocks, and consist of the church, the ex-convent (which is now a huge museum), the botanical gardens, and the buildings at the entrance to the gardens, at least part of which is a library. […]

Weaving; warp and woof

We’ve met one of the local weavers. He just finished a beautiful big, red and black rug with the “Flor de Oaxaca” on it. This is a simple flower shape that is a symbol of peace. If he hasn’t sold it, we hope to get some pictures soon…

Joy Reynolds; realist

My ability to learn quickly, combined with my background in code development and legacy systems, enables me to be immediately productive in a variety of project environments. Sounds like something you’d see on a resume, doesn’t it? Well, actually, that’s where I got it. It’s not that I’m looking for a job, but my nature […]