Merry Christmas from Tijuana!

Tonight is what they call “Nochebuena” in Mexico, Christmas Eve. For most people, it’s the “big” celebration, bigger than Christmas Day itself. Tonight we’ll be going to Mass (this is a Catholic organization I’m working for, after all), eating the traditional late dinner, and opening our “secret Santa” presents at midnight.

Below is a picture from the Desayunador this morning. It was a very festive breakfast! I wish all of you and yours Feliz Navidad, a very Merry Christmas!

2 Replies to “Merry Christmas from Tijuana!”

  1. Greg,

    Thank you for sharing your journey with us.

    There are more than enough things that try to divide us, but the lesson of this season is that it is good to put those things aside and concentrate on the beauty of the commonalities we share.

    Wishing blessings, joys and love to those we call friends and family is easy … but why stop there? Let’s include others too.

    So BakeR is joining me in wishing you and Patricia and all our brothers and sisters you are working with all good things on your journey and we thank you for being a part of our lives …

  2. Wishing everyone peace, and the joy of being together as one holy family. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a life of love, and joy.

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