May was a busy month. April was a busy month. I can't believe May is almost over and I still haven't posted the review.
So..... welcome to my house. I had to do a little cleaning up. I do apologize.
Follow me down the path to the patio.
Ahhhh.... that's better.
In honor of On Mexican Time, I made enchiladas
and margaritas. (Now I really want enchiladas. In real life.)
Yum. Let's lounge by the pool that overlooks the ocean and discuss the book.
Or we can lounge by the pool that overlooks the vineyard.
Either way, lounging must lead to a siesta, in true Mexican form. I don't know who these chicks are, but one of them stole my hat.
And this guy? I don't know who this guy is, either.
It's getting late.
Let's sit at the patio and have some coffee and really discuss the book.
I loved loved LOVED the colors of the book. I loved the warmth. It was hard to get into at first. I didn't know if I'd be able to finish it. It took me a while, and I actually read The Lovely Bones and The Handmaid's Tale (highly recommend both) in the same month that I plodded through Mexican Time. Such a great book. It was all about adjusting. Slowing down. They couldn't do anything on their time. They wanted to redo the house? They had to wait for the workers to get to it. And that's just how it was. This afternoon could mean three days. (A book review for May could mean the last week of May.)
It was hard to get into, but relaxing once I did get into it. Now go vote for next month's read.
images: google and restoration hardware.