Many people who read this blog and our People’s Guide website will email us with questions or comments. Unfortunately, relatively few of them take the time to say something about themselves or to describe their own experiences in Mexico.
Back in the good old days, before email, we really looked forward to receiving “real” letters from our readers at the post office, as these were rarely just brief notes or requests for information about Mexico. Today, some of the emails we receive put big smiles on our faces and remind us why we’re still doing this after so many years. I’ll post some of these emails here but I’m writing this now to invite all of you to introduce yourselves, and to say a bit more about who you are, where you’ve been — or anything else that can help all of us turn this blog into an interesting meeting place rather than just a reference source for Mexico information.
There is a tendency on the internet to hide behind anonymous screen names and goofy avatars — I don’t want to do that here, so please, feel free to introduce yourself, either by commenting on this post or by sending me an email. By the way: I would never pass private information, including names and emails to another person without your permission. In fact, unless you specifically give me permission to publish your name or email address, I’ll only use your first name and last initial, and if you include it, the city or state where you live as a signature.