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  1. Katrina Lee
    November 9, 2017 @ 4:55 pm

    The Georgia O’Keefe museum is kinda cool. But my favorite thing in Santa Fe is the Children’s museum. Just in case you’re thinking we are not children we don’t want to go there, just know that you can stand inside a giant bubble that you make yourself. So after 5 minutes you can leave.

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  2. Michelle
    November 10, 2017 @ 2:35 pm

    I love all your work!! My kitchen has been tore up since last year. I decided I wanted to update it by painting cabinets and putting in new floors. It started off well than in December my husband got really sick. Was put into ICU on the 13th. He had gotten the flu shot and contracted Guillian-Barre Syndrome. This ended up paralyzing him from his waist down and his fine motor skills in his hands. He had to learn how to walk again and do things with his hands. So needless to say our remodeling has come to a halt. Now with hospital bills or savings is drained so can’t pay anyone. Oh well it’s still functional-able. I have all these ideas in my head on what I want to do though. I write them down and maybe one day we can get to them!! Love the idea on enclosing the refrigerator!!! 😁 that’s another for the idea book!!

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  3. Amber S.
    November 10, 2017 @ 10:58 pm

    Daytrip worthy stuff around Santa Fe: make sure you see the Loretto chapel in Santa Fe, the spiral staircase, ask nearly anyone once you’re in old town Santa Fe. There’s also some pretty cool stores in Old town, especially if you get back into some off the main plot. I think you would love Madrid which is off the Turquoise Trail about 20-30 min from Santa Fe, cool art galleries and stores. And I adore Ojo Caliente, a hot springs spa place that is beautiful and relaxing and you can get a day pass for $20 and along with the hot springs there’s a sauna too. Very cool amd beautiful there! That’s my suggestions! And if you make it to Albuquerque eat at El Pinto because it’s gorgeous and the atmosphere is top notch, and the food is ok too lol.

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    • judy
      November 15, 2017 @ 7:25 am

      What a terrible blow…..You seem to be standing strong and and dealing with this unexpected tsunami with impressive strength and force of will. Good luck to you and your Husband. I hope he’s on the mend soon and everything gets better and better as time goes by.

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  4. Ralna Cunningham
    November 12, 2017 @ 9:18 pm

    Go to Chamayo, the church of the holy dirt and look at the crutches left behind. This is an important pilgrimage site in North America. Feel free to take some dirt if you are in need of healing (losing Elvis counts). Really, they replace it so visitors can do this. Blessings. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2011/04/22/holy-dirt/

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  5. Megan @ The Green Violet
    November 13, 2017 @ 1:35 pm

    Do not miss Tesuque Village Market (its actually a restaurant and market). Have a blood orange margarita and the veggie chile relleno (request black beans for the vegetarian option). Chile on the side unless you are a masochist. That is all!

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