Friday, December 21, 2012


Leaving Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with such delightful memories.

By the time we got to Puerta Vallarta, our little group of foursome split up for the day. Sandy and Hank decided to go zip lining; I have no idea what Dennis did but I took a tour of Puerta Vallarta and met a really fun couple (Heather and Ian) from Australia.

We visited a very beautiful old Catholic church after pass through old town. 

May we all celebration His birth and what our Savior did for us this Christmas. I am off to Monterey again so this Friday's bliss list is going to be with my family.

Joining the Little Bliss List by Liv Lane.


Paulette said...

The altar at the church reminds me of Holy Rosary's altar, the church our grandparents help build. Have a safe trip and send me some photos and text me during your stay with the kiddos.

Cranberry Morning said...

What beautiful photos! I love visiting old churches. I share in your sentiment about our Savior's birth - and what it means for humankind.

Shopgirl said...

This is a lovely share. There is a very special feeling when you are in an old church. Merry Christmas, enjoy your family in Monterey.
Hugs, Mary

Ginny said...

What a wonderful and perfect way to end your trip, The church is just divine! Or should I say HEAVENLY?

Chatty Crone said...

Heavenly. A good word for it.

The water is just gorgeous too.

NanaDiana said...

That is such a beautiful altar! My goodness. Glad you met another couple and enjoyed their company- xoDiana

Donna said...

What a beautiful church! I've been collecting many vintage Catholic items to decorate my home office/studio as soon as we rearrange some rooms around here. They're also a wonderful reminder of my dad, who I lost last year, who went to church every morning. How I miss him :) Thanks for sharing these lovely pictures!


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