"Ponles agua fresca en un jarrón,
llevalo al buró junto a tu cama,
si un dia siente frio tu corazón,
recuerda mujer, que alguien te ama"
Tenía yo como 16 o 17 años, en esa época tomaba clases de danza hawaiana y una de mis compañeras de clase, Miriam, originaria de un pueblito muy bello de nuestro Yucatán, Tekax; fué reina de la feria del pueblo o estaba contendiendo para ser, ya no recuerdo, pero el caso es que nos invito a varias compañeras de las clases de hawaiano, incluyendome a bailar en uno de los eventos de la feria.
Today early in the morning returning from leave my daughter at school, a radio song brought back memories of my childhood, or rather my teenage ...
"Put fresh water in a vase,
Take it to your bedside bureau,
if one day your heart feels cold,
remember woman that someone loves you "I had like 16 or 17 years, at that time I was on Hawaiian dance classes and one of my classmates, Miriam, originally from a very beautiful village of our Yucatan, Tekax, was queen of the village fair or was striving to be , I can not remember, but the fact is that we were invited to dance (hawaiian) at one of the events of the fair.
|Tekax, Yucatán. Foto tomada de Google.|
|Niño a caballo. Foto tomada de Google.|
Although he is not one of my favorite singers, every time I hear the song, brings me a smile on my lips ... but what I want to share with you was the reaction of my friends. They stepped aside and the comments were, - Ho¡¡ What a shame. And they made fun by the audacity of this kid, but lovely for me, because he had the courage to sing in front of my friends. I kept walking with a discreet smile to my young lover until we reach to my friend's house. We were "well girls" I think, we studied in a only for girls school, with nuns teachers ... maybe for my friends it could be a compliment if the singer were goodlooking.
For me, it was the most beautiful compliment I have received and 30 later it still is.Les dejo el enlace del video para las que no conoscan la canción y les haya dado curiosidad...
Here is the song if you want to heard it...
And speaking of pots and plants ... and crafts today I want to share with you a "cactus" I did, yes I did it and it is made of fabric. I took the idea of the Blog "Arca de Recuerdos", which also shares with us the pattern here.
Como ven hice ambos modelos y los dos me han gustado mucho, pero mi favorito es el largo, siento que el verde mas oscuro hace que se vea mas real...
As you see, I made both models and I liked both a lot, but my favorite is the long one, I feel that the darker green fabric looks more real ...
Fué una labor sencilla que disfruté, aunque al final ya me estaba rajando con la costurada de las espinas, calculo que fueron como 180 o 200 espinas que pegué una a una. Uff¡¡ Ya quería terminar¡¡¡
It was a simple task that I enjoyed, but at the end, I was almost cracking with the sewing of the thorns, which were I calculated about 180 or 200 spines stitch one by one. Uff¡¡ I already wanted to finish...
Y yo feliz¡¡ Quien diría que tendría cactus que no necesitan que les de agua¡¡¡
And I'm very happy¡¡ Who knew that I would have a cactus with no need of water¡¡¡
Hasta la próxima...me despido con otra estrofa de la canción de Joan Sebastian...
"Se, que estas bien ocupada con tus cosas
y, perdóname si algo interrumpi
hoy, mandandote estas veinticinco rosas,
las horas que a diario pienso en tí"
"I know, you're very busy with your stuff
and forgive me if I interrupted something
cause I'm, sending you twenty-five roses,
are the hours I think about you everyday "