|Guadalupe made her presence in South Dakota at the Fatima Family Shrine in Alexandria|
This seried started on December 1st. People from all over the world have submitted posts for twelve days in honor of the twelfth day of the month of December, which is the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. You can see more images and read more stories at recuerda mi corazon
Small statue for home use
We have been traveling since November 30th. We did sit still in Tucson for a week, but we're back on the road as of last Monday and headed for a stop in Chicago before the last miles toward home. Hear tell they had over a foot of snow in River Falls. Sorry we missed it. There will be more throughout the Winter, so it's not like we'll miss all of the storms that bring the white stuff.
|Tattood for life with Our Lady of Guadalupe (I wanted so bad to reach over and put the tag in its proper place, but didn't risk the intrusion on the space of this individual)|
|A coloring book of images of many depictions of the Blessed Virgin that we bought while in Tucson, AZ|
|First page of the above mentioned coloring book (Might blow this up and post it as a coloring contest, what do you think?)|
|An iron rendition of Guadalupe in a small church courtyard|
|Close-up of the above metalwork|
|Painted tiles depicting Our Lady of Guadalupe|
|On the wall at the entrance to the church at St. Xavier del Bac near Tucson|
So you see, we notice her image. It follows us as we travel. I seek her out as it has become second nature to spot her image on most everything, especially in the American Southwest and Mexico. I'm still looking for that gear shift knob I mentioned last year.
I will celebrate this day by asking her spirit to travel with us for a safe journey.