New Mexico is “The Land of Enchantment” for sure, but it is also a land of anomalies, of things unexpected.
“The silence is so profound that one can almost hear the sands of time shifting.”
The important numbers about New Mexico don’t look good, so wherein does its unique value lie?
The revelations have been important, effective, and timely. Going forward, however, the feminine has more important issues to confront than sexual abuse and harassment.
Funny how you can get attached to an insect. I’m referring to Herbert, the pumpkin spider.
“Fruitcakes make ideal gifts because the Postal Service has been unable to find a way to damage them.”
With all the recent news about havoc created by armed men, it is comforting to be reminded how we benefited from the spiritual awakening of a young man with a rifle back in 1894.
New Mexico became a state in 1912. Declining economically after being left off the railroad line, Santa Fe determined to become an exotic tourist destination, “The City Different.” It’s architecture and history–including its history of ghosts–have become enormous assets.
“To keep the body in good health is a duty. . . .otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”