It was the coming end of summer 2009 and my grandfather was continuing to get weaker. After the news, we immediately had a family meeting and decided that we should go, for at least the last two weeks of summer to Zacapu, MichoacÃ¡n, Mx. It might sound like a little town, but it is on the map, try Google Maps! I was quite skeptical since I did not want to miss the first days of school, but I agreed anyways. The following day we quickly registered for school, bought airplane tickets, packed, sent a message to my cousin telling her of our arrival time, and headed to Tijuana International Airport. We slept on the plane and at sunrise, we arrived in
“Oh good,” he replied. “She told us to keep an eye to see when you people would come. She went on an errand not even two minutes ago but told me to help you open the door so you can go in,” he said. We opened the door placed our suitcases in and decided to go to the center of town and see if we might find my aunt and grab something to eat. As we walked down a street, I noticed my mom and this person exchanged a sound of shock, so I turned around, and noticed that we had run into my Aunt Lilia.
The next couple of days included seeing family and planning a trip to Taretan, were my grandpa was staying with my Aunt Soco. The trip included my father, mother, Aunt Lilia, my sister, cousin Aylin and I, during an hour drive around the beautiful sierra landscape. My grandfather and the rest of my family were so happy to see us, and I as well. I enjoyed being there for a couple days and the experience a
A couple days before we left, the family got together for a feast. It seemed more like a pot luck since everyone brought a little bit of everything. We played a game called
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