In San Miguel de Allende, our Parroquia, or parish church, stands proudly sentinel over the main town square, the Jardin, like a pink tiered wedding cake.
Its Gaudi like design and pinnacles are a point of reference, a beacon, and the eyes over town.
A stalwart on a hill in Centro, we can see it above or peeking through small lanes and alleyways guiding residents and visitors to our heart.
This year, 2020, our heart is going through a bypass.
In the beginning, San Miguel indulged, as it always does.
Splashed out weddings and Quinceaneras brought forth a parade of finery.
A horse-drawn carriage, a vintage car.
Thrown rice and, and balloons let loose from hands made sticky from the tostilocos. Continue Reading…