Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Photos of the Revolution Day parade






These two little kids are stuck in traffic on a float. They look tired. I was tired by then too. It said online that it started at nine thirty. I was there at nine and it had already started. So I chased them for blocks, taking photos all the way. Then I had to walk back home so I took photos from the front of everything. The kids were so cute in their costumes and doing their routines. It was worth all that fast walking for me. 








This is my favorite photo. The little girl was so sweet, on her way to join the parade but she stopped for me so I could take her picture. 








The little girl in the above photo was dancing.




10 comments:

  1. Thank you for the wonderful photos, Pat! Hope that you're feeling much better now.

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    1. Good to hear from you again. Thank you. P

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  2. Don't you just love a parade! Great pictures, you must be feeling better...

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    1. Thank you Peter for commenting and for your concern for my health. Yes I am much better. P

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  3. I’ve enjoyed your blog for a couple of years but never written until today. Love the blog, your honest impressions and wonderful pictures. I’m hoping to retire in Lake Chapala in a few years. Have yet to visit it first though. Take care of yourself Pat.

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    1. Thank you so much for commenting. I really appreciate that. Happy Thanksgiving. P

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful you are feeling better! And I will show these pics to my 6th grade classes next week.
    Take care,
    Karen in Va

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    1. Hi Karen, good to hear from you. Yes i am feeling better. Thanks. Hope you are enjoying your holiday. P

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  5. Both you and Steve Cotton have posted about parades with wonderful pictures. It never ceases to amaze me how many parades there are in Mexico and all the great costumes the people are wearing. Especially the kids.

    Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. Good to hear from you Scott. I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving too. Yes, there are a lot of holidays and parades in Mexico. It is a lively place. P

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