This is our story of immigration struggles and moving to Mexico so our family can be together. Thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoy!

The Daily Delivery

One thing i can't complain about here is convenience Just about everything can be delivered. Hungry? I don't know a rester aunt here who won't bring you your food. Prefer to cook your own? The butcher delivers, the seafood vendor delivers, the tortilla guy stops by every day. Need a little something extra? You can almost bet there is at least one mini grocery store on your block.

Besides the people you call for things, there are some things you can expect on a daily basis without having to order it. Gas for example. The gas truck comes by pretty early and you can hear it coming from a mile away. The water guy also comes every day. (he brings the drinking water) The ice cream man always passes as well as Daniel's favorite, the Tejuino guy (his name is Cheo)

Plus random people come to the door selling vegetables, chicken, home made goods. Whatever they think might be of value.

All in all, it isn't to hard to be lazy around here with all these people bringing you things 8)


Krystal said...

Is this gentleman making raspados? Yummy, I could go for a tamarindo about now.

Rebecca said...

He actually just sells Tejuino

Lisa n Javi said...

I know what you mean. There is always someone coming by the house. It is even more convienent that Javiers parents have there own store that is attached to the house. Whatever they do not have all we have to do it walk down the street. Everything is within a 10 min walk or drive.

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