In Matehuala on 7th January 1937, Juan Hernandez became so drunk that he completely lost his senses, to the point of walking into the mountains where he passed out all night.This was put up by his wife in thanks that he didn't die from the subsequent illness, but stayed alive to support her and her son. It sounds like the start of a short story.
It made me want to commission a small painting to say thanks for something. I'm not sure what, since my life has been happily free of dramatic injuries, and I've never been kidnapped by bandits. Maybe I should commission a small painting being thankful for that. But if you do have a more striking tale, you can leave it on the Wellcome website and they might get an artist to do a retablo based on it. I don't much like the ones they've had done so far, because they're not really in the tradition. But it seems like an interesting thing to do in conjunction with the exhibition.