Dia de Velitas

Today is Dia de Velitas (the Day of the Candles) which is my favorite day of the year in Colombia. This year is boring, though. There’s just not a lot going on under Covid. We have three candles in our apartment. We’ll walk the conjunto a bit later to see if anyone is doing anything, but I doubt it.

Here’s what it looked like in past years when we lived in the tiny village of Mosquera.


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr


Dia de las Velitas 2016, Mosquera by Reg Natarajan, on Flickr

I hate candles. I hate breathing in the wax.

Those might irritate your lungs. I really do like candle light and scented candles, but some candles burned all the time give me a headache and I have noticed cause coughing in others.

If you weren’t so rebellious you would be following CDC guideline recommendations and put your mask on.

I can’t say anything about candles. I once went to Hobby Lobby and spend $300 strictly on candles.
Yes, he did want to know why.

sure you can say anything
he? he as in your jesus/god or he as in your husband? and what answer did you give? to spice things up with scented candles?

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