Becoming Mexican

Because I wrapped a bright colored Mexican shawl around my waist to dress up an outfit, someone accused me recently of becoming Mexican. Yeah sure, with my command of the language. That’s funny.

But then this cool front came in… Cold front, axco de Alarcon, Mexico

and the temperature dropped to the mid-sixties. I had to laugh as I found myself rolling my pant legs down and reaching for a jacket.

65 degrees of frio (do I sense a book title there?) Yep, I’m turning Mexican alright.

Well sort of, I am not wearing a winter coat like some people.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Becoming Mexican

  1. 65° is cold? You are becoming Mexican! Ha! You were right, spring weather suppose to go byebye Tues. Snow is predicted for Austin! Hey! We decimating definitely can’t gripe, we could be in the Northeast! On Feb 12, 2015 10:14 PM, “The Adventures of Blue Bear” wrote:

    > The Adventures of Blue Bear posted: “Because I wrapped a bright > colored Mexican shawl around my waist to dress up an outfit, someone > accused me recently of becoming Mexican. Yeah sure, with my command of the > language. That’s funny. But then this cool front came in… and the > temperatu”

    • In my defense, not that I need it — I am part Mexican by now, anytime the temperature drops 20 degrees, you are going to feel cold.
      Just wait until Tuesday and let me know how you feel. WOW! Snow in Austin. I remember 2010 when an inch or less really snarled things up. It gets crazy so be careful please.

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