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 favorite verse in the Bible says, “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—His good, pleasing and perfect will” (Romans 12:2) It seems every time I post something on social … More Love Letters: (Part Nine) Break up with social media, cause you’re bored
Hey darling, I just wanted to write you a quick note for the days that aren’t Instagram worthy, the days when everything seems to go wrong, when the emotional trauma from the sexual assault seems to take over, the days when your failures seem to be pushing out of the closet and you can no … More Love letters: (Part seven) A Letter to Myself
My Precious Little One, I can’t believe all this time has gone by and I’ve never truly allowed myself to embrace the realness of you. When I actually took the time to imagine what you would be like, my heart was overwhelmed by the love I felt for you. I never realized how much emotion … More Love letters: (Part Six) To My Precious Little One
A love letter to myself last winter.As I pondered who I should write a letter to, God reminded me of how faithful He’s been and the healing that has taken place in my own heart since then. A year ago, I was grieving a broken engagement and it was the most devastating heartache of my … More Love Letters: (Part Five) To MYSELF last winter
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!