A Taste of México

Burria for Breakfast

Here I am. Writing again.

In the age of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, a blog seems almost archaic. It’s ok. At this point I’m over being an anachronism.

I hope you will find what I write for this blog interesting—but if you don’t—there are plenty more out there. I don’t mean to be flippant, but if this blog doesn’t reach the zenith of popularity for blogs, writer’s blogs, or even blogs from Morelia, México—I won’t be hurt. I’m writing for myself, my friends and people who might have an interest. Fame and fortune will most likely have to come from my other pursuits.

I have worked in photography, food, technology, consulting, speaking and writing for many years. I have been traveling in and out of México for more than 20 years now (it doesn’t seem like it—but it is true).  I enjoy being in México, the people, the culture and the food. I don’t enjoy the problems a certain culture in the North has put upon México with its unbridled desire for drugs it declares are illegal—but I don’t make the laws. I’m happy to say that while we have problems, generally life in México continues to improve.  We have a long way to go but there has been a lot of progress made and it is wrong to ignore it.

México has a lot to offer.  I hope I can provide a different point of view—a view from someone who lives and works here. Someone who does this by choice and with respect.