Mexican Quake: Margarita on the Rocks

As the old saying goes, there is no rest for the weary.  Several weeks ago, I took a much-needed vacation to a small hamlet on the Baja Peninsula.  That same region was awakened from its peaceful existence Monday by a series of 4 earthquakes of 5.0-magnitude or greater (the greatest being 6.9); they emanated from the narrow seaway between the Baja peninsula and Mexico’s mainland which reduced its chances of causing major damage, and they were felt as far away as San Diego and Phoenix.  I know firsthand how unsettled one can become from these temblors.  Let us be thankful these did not cause the destruction of those we reported earlier this year in Italy.

3 thoughts on “Mexican Quake: Margarita on the Rocks

  1. Cute and clever title, Janice. Quakes certainly are unsettling and when I am in one, I feel nervous for many weeks afterward.

  2. The one factor of natural disasters is the human empathy for those that suffer. It gives me pause for reflection about how we, as a people can rally around others who are in a less fortunate position…

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