|I know you can't feel the softness .......|
I'll leave you with some pictures of the Juarez market, it's a crazy place, full of new and used stuff, it's takes up a whole block. All the booths are side by side and back to back, so side by side that sometimes you have walked yourself stuck....you know what I mean. Mexicans have no sense of space, not your spare or their space, there's is always more space to squeeze in one more booth, one more person on the bus, one more person in a car, one person on a quad.....there is always space. When you get to the market and you first get off the bus it looks like there is no space for you there....but there is.
|To get to the market you have to first get on a boat to get to the mainland....a boat like this|
|Because it's 7:30 am the fisherman are just all coming in with their nightly catch|
|The fish cleaning table....one of many|
|Of course I stop and buy one of these hot deep fried yummies for breakfast|
|Check it out 2 kilos of Chilis for 10 pesos.....|
|A mount of grapes and strawberries|
|The radishes are unreal here, huge but yet not woody tasting|
|Of course I had tacos|
|There is everything here, food, clothes, groceries, tools, appliances, electronics ....everything, except a mop pail, I was looking for a mop pail|
|Another boat ride to get home.|
A mop pail
A toilet brush
I came home with this;
A sheet set and pillowcase
1 Rosemary plant
1 Lavender plant
1 Toilet brush
One can of coffee
A bunch of Cloves....really much coves...like lots
2 hair thingers, by the way, the word thinger does not translate in Spanish, when you say thinger they know not what you talkin about like at home.
2 cloth Napkins (stamped to embroider)
2 balls of embroidery thread ........because that table cloth that I started embroidering 10 years ago will soon be done and I will need another project.....not likely.
I must go outside now and enjoy the magic, and dance around in my new sheets.