friar climbing the hillside. Cheryl and I decided to climb the same hillside and afterwards we stopped back by Joan's stand and I made a purchase of a bracelet. She asked where we were from and wished a safe journey back home and hugged us goodbye. Sadly, after geting back to the car Cheryl and I mentioned that we should've gotten a photo with her but didn't. I knew I had her card and had made a mental note to email her when I got back to Houston. Thus, when we got back to Santa Fe, I was looking at my purchases and looking through the cards I had gotten and then I noticed the same phone number's for both. Cross by Arthur (Lowlow) Medina and bracelet by Joan Medina. Talk about six degrees of seperation, which in a small town like Chimayó may not be as hard but nonetheless, I sure felt the connection between these two individuals.