The Gypsy Series: The Unwanted Location

I waited longer than I should have to pack up for New Mexico.  I started to slowly pack weeks before, but never reached a point of near completion until the final couple days before the movers arrived. I had a broken hand at the time limiting the amount of weight I could handle when packing and my mother-in-law…

Hatch by the Batch

It is Hatch Green Chili time! Hatch Chili’s are native to New Mexico dangling from from hundreds of plants mainly located in the quaint, farming village of Hatch, NM. The chili’s are typically harvested in August/September, but being that the season started earlier this year we got to start the Hatch harvesting a few weeks early! Their are…

Desert Wasteland

If you saw the waste on the streets, lawns, and sidewalks you would conclude that this town was raised to believe that a trash can is a rare commodity. The town is full of  lazy, dirty, uncaring, and uneducated people who are unaware of the global fingerprint they leave. This includes the city sanitation workers as well.  They are reckless. How quickly they can get the…

Crossing the Border

I’m away on spring break but I set up some posts to keep you entertained! Enjoy! I have an inner nature to be apprehensive towards any situation involving my children. Living in this area intensified that behavior with the actions of man that have directly affected us. We had our cars broken into leading to the theft…

Pumpkin Seeds & Weeds

Today I battled the yard. This is not any ordinary yard but a yard already preoccupied by its own species,  You would think that aliens would not want to sprout their spores in New Mexico due to dry, infertile conditions but unfortunately I was mistaken. It’s true that we are only a short drive from Roswell making it plausible to believe that…

Buried in the Sand

I am always leaving and moving onward to the next adventure. I never know what that adventure is until moments before it happens. I am quick on my toes, having the ability to pack and rearrange my schedule in moments! Every new town I step into I explore ways to immerse myself and my kids into…