A place where you always come back!

Who doesn’t have a place where always find reasons for come back? It might won´t be forever but “La Mocora” the small village where I lived last year always give me reasons for come back. Last week I made a family meeting, We enjoyed a delicious roasted pig that someone gave me months ago. Of course I don´t have house there but I have a lot of good people I met, one of this good people let me make this meeting in his house.

How can you to thank when someone is so NICE with you? I know there is not way but I tried to do something about it.

I decided explore around and I found some nice rocks and I knew How to use it

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kids painting rocks!

Why not add some colour? If there is something I have learned from Lisa is the magic that colours can bring to your life.

ImagenMagic to feel you are an artist no matter if you are the only Who knows it

ImagenMagic to share unforgotten moments!

ImagenWe also painted the pots from the windows , don’t you think those painted rocks looks nice around this lovely garden? How do you think will look this beautiful house full of colours?

ImagenWe did not have enough paint this time, but this is something that a great lady have been thinking to do, to find someone who help with that.  I know everybody knows Who is this lady?

Well this is the idea: We want La Mocora full of colour probably this will be my other reason to come back!!

I hope everyboby have a good week 🙂

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About silvana1989

Una persona con amor por la vida y su esencia, siempre dispuesta a aprender. Disfruto de la buena lectura, música, agricultura y conocer gente y éste blog es para mostrar las experiencias que todo esto junto le da a mi vida
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7 Responses to A place where you always come back!

  1. Gallivanta says:

    What a lovely idea. It will be exciting to see what you do on your next visit!

  2. hey!
    i’ve pulled an all nighter online here at the hostal in mindo and i am finishing a post to go out thursday night or friday. hey it’s thursday already isn’t it? the roosters are announcing the sun’s arrival!

    i’m heading to ‘tulipe’ this morning to see the petroglyphs and the little museum and site/grounds.

    it will be great to hear in person how the event went/how great the food and to see if the people are ready for a town renaissance of color!

    at a restaurant this past week, a lady who took our order heard i was from jama, ‘are you the artist? the artist of the postes con colores? (sp?)… i am still in shock…

    hope to see you soon in jama!

    z

  3. Lorena says:

    Queе tal,
    Me ha guѕtado este blog. Ciertоs poѕt no mee gustaron tanto, pero en
    general estn bastantе bien.
    Saludoѕ!

  4. José Ostaíza says:

    Recuerdo que cuando salí sorteado para mi medicatura rural en La Mocora- Jama, busqué desesperadamente una referencia y encontré tu blog, ahora 4 meses después comparto contigo la alegría que llena este lugar y las personas que viven allí, incluso en mis días de vacaciones estoy extrañándolos, no sé que cara pondré al hablar de La Mocora que todos mis amigos quieren visitarla. Felicitaciones por tu blog

    • silvana1989 says:

      Que genial leer este comentario José, supongo que no nos hemos conocido, si aun estas es La Mocora, pero alegra saber que no soy la unica a la que le pasa :). Gracias por escribir

  5. Julia says:

    These photos are so lovely they made me want to jump into the picture (as on Mary Poppins)! I love the home, the garden and the colors!

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