JANUARYI laughed so hard...
I couldn't breathe!
Early morning walks along the costanera with Ivan
FEBRUARYI have only taken four photos all week.
A good crop of tomatoes in the garden
MARCHThe ford. Where the water spills over the cement, the tiny waterfall pounds your back like spray jets in a jacuzzi.
The missionary wives and daughters enjoy tea on the veranda
APRILWe traveled into Cordoba Friday for our monthly pilgrimage...
Watching an artisano at work
MAYThe unusually warm weather had lulled us into thinking fall wasn't really here.
Ivan enjoys a visit with retired pastors Eduardo & Juan
(Juan passed away on Christmas Eve)
JUNEMy computer went bonkers yesterday...I couldn't type or even surf because ALL THE KEYS were possessed and doing their own thing.
An anniversary trip that included stopping in this picturesque village
JULYAfter a couple days of being on the go from morning until night and today being more of the same, I'm looking forward to tomorrow. Other than Spanish and a root canal, I'll have the day free :-)
A winter break in Sta. Rosa involved some fun sewing
AUGUSTYes, a TWO PART post for Project 365 this week.
A gaucho during the flag ceremony at an Argentine "rodeo"
Wildfires in the Calamuchita Valley spread devastation for miles
SEPTEMBEREveryone is pretty excited about the rain. Not only because we haven't had any in over a month and everything was dry as a bone and brown, but because it's allowing the fire fighters to finally gain an upper hand.
Teens who enjoy hanging out on weekends to play soccer
OCTOBERWe've been fans of The Splendid Table on public radio for years.
Part of the slide show at the 100th anniversary of the Grace Brethren Church in Argentina.
NOVEMBERIn the south we like marshmallows (actually we like any processed food) and here's a tasty and unusual way to use them...
Coffee and toast at YPF
DECEMBERWhere did Monday go?
Oh, that's right, I cleaned from 9:30 yesterday morning until 9:30 at night.
Tina assembling a sushi roll at a multi-cultural get-together
Participating in Project 365 means I had a LOT of photos to choose from -- no easy task.