Tag Archives: Mexico City

Jacaranda Bliss

Thousands of tiny lavender trumpets blossom into the urban terrain, prominently announcing spring’s arrival in a city that otherwise relies on subtleties to know that a season has changed. A habitual walk in the park becomes a surreal experience—a stroll … Continue reading

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Not on Solid Ground, reflecting on the ’85 earthquake

  Sometimes I dream the earth is trembling as my eyes shake open and I realize it is only a truck passing. On the fourth floor of my apartment in the Colonia Roma of Mexico City, I remind myself that … Continue reading

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