If you have spent 2.5 seconds around Latin Americans, specifically Mexicans, you probably know a little urban legend about La Llorona- the weeping woman. For my friends who are not familiar with this folklore, allow me to share one of the many versions of this particular tale. Maria (la llorona) was a beautiful woman who … More Tales from a girl stuck in quarantine (part one): Llorona Virus
My Child, You may not know me, but I know everything about you.Psalm 139:1 I know when you sit down and when you rise up. Psalm 139:2 I am familiar with all your ways. Psalm 139:3 Even the very hairs on your head are numbered. Matthew 10:29-31 For you were made in my image. Genesis … More Love Letters: (Part Eleven) My Child
Two weeks!! Two weeks of intentionality and checking in for my availability came down to this moment– I saw you….and everything else…disappeared. Instant chemistry! I remember it like it was yesterday; we met at the Cheesecake factory for appetizers and conversation. Egg rolls for the gentleman, ahi tuna for the lady. It was public, dialogue … More The Text Message I Couldn’t Hit “Send”
7.6 billion. That, my friends, is the number of people there are in this world. Though many of us will never meet face to face & our daily struggles look entirely different– there are many factors that unite us! My hope is that this blog would become more than a domain, go beyond being another … More Let’s walk this road together!