Thank you to everyone who has linked to me on your pages/blogs.  I greatly appreciate it.

Now, for the blogs I like:

Arms Wide Open

Ask a Mexican

All About Puebla

Borders Aside

Brenda and Roy Go to Mexico

Bicultural Mom

Burro Hall

Broke in Mexico

Corin in Exile

Chronicles of Undercover Mexican Girl

Erica’s Living in Mexico

From one Country to Another

Good2go2Mexico

Good Food in Mexico City

Gringa-N-Mexico

Isla Mujeres

La Cocina de Leslie

La Cocina de Nathan

Loving the Land of the Flour Tortilla

Life in Spanglish

Latinaish

La Gringa’s Blogicito

Mexico Cooks

Mexico Daily Living

Me and the Mexican

Multicultural Familia

Start the Evolution Without Me

Spanglish Baby

The Mija Chronicles

The Vaca Family

The Real Housewives of Ciudad Juarez

This is Life

Unknown Mami

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    • No problem! I’ve become a bit addicted to these blogs as I am gearing up for my move to Mexico. I find that I am learning so much from the experiences of others and it is helping put me at ease.

  1. I’m honored to be on your list! Thanks for putting it together. I’m looking forward to checking out some I’m not familiar with.

    • No problem. I haven’t been active for very long, so it is completely understandable that you have missed my blog; I just recently started actually commenting on others entries, so I’ve kind of been hiding.

  2. Thank you for including All About Puebla on your list of likes! Perhaps you’ll get to do some traveling around Mexico when you’re not teaching? Good luck with your move!

  3. Hey there! I just found you from a comment you left on my friend Erica’s blog and I just wanted to say thank you for including our blog on your list. I’m also a teacher and I’m suppose to be preparing for a class right now, but instead I’m reading your blog. 🙂

  4. I taught kinder and elementary for 10 years and now I’ve been teaching adults for the past two years. I don’t think I could ever go back to young children again. I teach ESL. Do you want to teach here in Mexico? I saw your “Countdown To Mexico” and you only have two months left! That’s great!

    • I have a position teaching 7th graders at an American bilingual school in Pachuca. The school is helping me with my visa and is providing our housing as of August. I am quite excited.

    • No problem and thank you for the well wishes. I am hopeful I can get internet relatively quickly once there (relative to the usual pace of things getting done there.

  5. Hey there! I just found you from a comment you left on my friend Erica’s blog and I just wanted to say thank you for including our blog on your list. I’m also a teacher and I’m suppose to be preparing for a class right now, but instead I’m reading your blog.
    +1

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