Tag Archives: Mexican pottery
Simple cooking. The original crockpots (know that I so badly want to insert a smiley face emoji here, but hold strong against them on my posts).
Casually placed shade and shadow attracts my attention
In the convent museum Franciscano in Tzintzuntzan, Mexico. The museum is watched over by the people of the town. I don’t know if they arranged the pieces, but if so, there is a wonderful artist amongst them.
Photo taken with this post in mind. In a museum in Tzintzuntzan, a Pueblo Magico of Mexico. A few more coming in the weeks ahead.
The Sunday Traveler has been going back to Mexico in her dreams lately; dreaming in Spanish; my soul preparing for going back to a long lost love. I’m hoping you can see a little bit of my dreams in … Continue reading
San Miguel is full of art and color. I brought back only a couple of things for myself, and this rooster was a must have when I saw it. I blessed it as I put it in my suitcase, and … Continue reading
Lines and pattern in a piece of Mexican pottery in my kitchen.
A lion with eyes of blue licks his red chops one happy meal to go please
Gaylord Frog goes shopping A Mexican pottery frog that was a Mother’s Day gift from one of the kids. The hat? Gaylord said he needed one.