With Christmas over, everything can finally go back to normal. I must say, I haven't gotten much writing done, what with all the out of town family and friends that I have been visiting, the baking, the presents. With every passing day, I felt the itch to write, but didn't want to sit down for a mere few minutes. When I get in that mood, I know I have to ride it until the end, and there was no way I was going to be able to devote much time to it.
I would like to thank everyone for their wonderful Christmas wishes, and I would like to say I hope you had a wonderful holiday season too. Now, it is back to the grindestone for me, and I am sure some of you are feeling the same way. So, Merry Christmas to all, and
I went to our local library last week. I wanted to see what kind of information I could dig up on Llorona. You see, it is my opinion that one source of information is not enough. It only gives you part of the story. To find the truth, or to complete your research, you must, and I cannot emphasize this enough, MUST dig as deep as you can, and then dig a little deeper.
There is something profoundly inspiring about going through volume upon volume. Seeing many different illustrations, reading varyings accounts that all have a common thread. Something about this whole process just urges