Friday, April 17, 2009

Married, Gay or Leaving on Tuesday

Yes, that's what they say about all the men in San Miguel. The ones that are here and it IS pretty true. So taking a page from "the men", I'm leaving next Tuesday - final destination Houston, but maybe a few detours along the way.

We'll just see what "strikes my fancy". I'm driving, have plenty of books on tape. The open road makes me sigh.........

Stay tuned.

11 comments:

Calypso said...

OK what books do you have on 'tape'?

Brenda said...

Have fun.

Steve Cotton said...

Take the time -- and enjoy it only as you can.

1st Mate said...

That's what they say about the men in San Francisco, too.

Buen viaje!

Paul said...

Ah, Babs, there is something about the open road. Buen viaje.

Anonymous said...

You have opened the door, cleared your heart, decided it is time...any wind could bring him in. Enjoy the now.

Anonymous said...

From my experience living in San Miguel, there are not only gay and Married men, there are a lot of old Bachelors or Ex-Married men that prefer to live a lone then to be with a good woman. These men are called "Non-Committed Phobics" which means they fear committment to any woman or man. Phobics wan to be loved and to be wanted but they are afraid of change of any kind so they can have no longer term relationship. Thse men are old and alone because no woman wants to put up wth selfish old men as themselves. You will find a good man that knows how wonderful you are and know's the value of good women who do not need old selfish men

This is why San Miguel women as myself look for love and companionship outside of here as you do. Have fun on your trip and be safe.

Babs said...

Thanks all! I do my best thinking on the "open road" or walking on the beach, or pounding the sand as I say.......
Who knows what evil lurks in this mind?

ccinha said...

That's what they say about the men in Santa Fe, too. I must say, I am impressed by your taking to the road solita. I have been dreaming about a road trip to Mexico, SMA, Patzcuaro, Morelia, for a long time, but am intimidated by all the drug cartel talk. Your take is obviously different. Share your confidence?

Babs said...

What the heck does ccinha stand for? Anyway, I've driven the roads of Mexico for 30 years, mostly alone. I've NEVER been afraid or concerned. Other then when there is a wreck on the road - but heck that happens in the USA. I have been stopped by federales and not one has ever been rude or suggested mordida, in 30 years. I drive the toll roads when there are some because there are fewer truck. It is of less concern to me to drive the roads of mexico then the USA. Don't believe ANY of what you read......about Mexico. Go back and read my blogs about the buildup of federal agencies along the border and that being one of the reasons for all the press. A need to "beef up" their budgets....as told to me by the head of a federal agency who I knew 30 years ago in the US govt.

ccinha said...

CC (my initials) is what my grandchildren call me. The "inha" (eenya) is a diminutive from portugues like "ita" in spanish.