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August 19, 2012


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Good Morning, Rebecca!
Your tale of Las Rancheritas sends me back there in an instant, remembering the dear people who work so hard - and so beautifully - to create a better life for their families.

Sue Fox

I'm hoping the donations are coming in to support the ladies in their quest to fulfill their dreams. x


i Long to sit
at the knee
of each woman
smile ...



I can't wait :)



what honest, simple beauty in the eyes of those in your post here. I was a knitter for most of my life and have oodles of yarn. now that i cannot knit i am wondering if some of the yarn can be use for the hooked rugs. i will read more about Las Rancheritas later today. sending sunday hugs to you, rebecca. xo

Meri @ Meri's Musings

So sad that they were traveling when my group visited San Miguel de Allende.

Kim Mailhot

I love to picture your sweet heart there. Wishing you all much joy !
Love and light !

deb taylor

so proud to display one of these pieces here in my home.I feel the love with each colorful loop. and continue to support this important art. Women. Project. LOVE.


This has been by far your most touching, amazing post yet. The eyes, the history, the feelings, the strength. Never to be forgotten, but to be celebrated.


Lucky are those who travel to
las Rancheritas to support these beautiful women and their art.


Rebecca photos are sooooo enticing ~ such a colorful and creative place ~ namaste, (A Creative Harbor)

Laurie Zuckerman

The women of las Rancheritas are so beautiful, Rebecca. Would love to meet them and their amazing hooked rugs. Thank you for sharing Charlotte's pictures.

Mama Zen


Christine L. Villa

These rugs are amazing. I hope you live closeby so I can visit these beautiful women.
We find paradise in different places in our lives. At this moment, my paradise is in my dreams and hopes for my husband and I. I find paradise in each moment that we have. He has been diagnosed with brain cancer last May. He has miraculously exceeded what the doctors have expected. To celebrate our upcoming wedding anniversary, I am conducting a haiku photo contest. Please check it out


Good morning, Rebecca. I'm starting my day at your hope-filled story of life is La Rancheritas. Beautiful people. Beautiful rugs. Beautiful express of charity which is well known by its other name and true meaning - LOVE.


Such heart, such beauty... on this ranch of awakening and giving love...

Queenie Believe

Wow the vivid beauty created in uncertain circumstances, amazing and humbling.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Ter'e Crow Lindsay

I dream of going there someday. It's on my bucket list.........
I love each and every one of their faces.....
Your blog (and that delightful Charlotte) touches me so deeply.

Christine L. Villa

Thanks for the post on my blog, Rebecca. Now I know where to post next time. :-)

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