We love Peruvian food. Always have and always will. Growing up in South Florida, you get exposed to a lot of different Latin cultures. It’s a beautiful thing, really. There are restaurants galore offering all types of South American cuisine. Caribbean, too. Read More
Italians love their cheese and they sure love their cured meats. Everywhere we went in Tuscany, we were served cheeseboards and charcuterie. Oh, and the seafood! They make the most delicious seafood. It almost always came on a wood cutting board and it was always amazing. Read More
So, to be as honest as I can be, I have to start on a fresh clean slate. When we moved out of our old house into The one we are in now, I only saw the place once. As I have said before, Marylex was working all the time when we were just about ready to move. During that time, sharing a car and all, we didn’t really pay much attention to where we were moving into but more so the fact that we were moving I needed to do it as fast as possible in order to settle in. Read More
Taking care of a little cousin isn’t always easy. I thank God for Lala, my older cousin. She always had patience with me. She always showed me love. How did she have so much patience? I loved taking care of Nohely and Herlis but the latter was most difficult. Feeding our food, doing our daily activities, etcetera became difficult tasks to complete. She is little, it is understandable. Is this completely normal? I don’t know. Nurture vs nature, right? I guess. I’m not too sure the exact details or maybe I do. She did eat this Zesty Shrimp Salad, though, so we couldn’t have done that bad.
Some days all you need is a quick, easy refreshing salad. This salad is sure to hit the spot. I sat and thought about what to make for lunch for a longer time than it took to actually make my Garden Spring Salad. That’s how life is, ironic!
NAD-RID Conference was absolutely amazing! I met so many cool people and had such great conversations. The workshops were outstanding, so uplifting and motivating! I look forward onto the future to everything God has in store for me as an interpreter as well as for my agency, Sunrise Interpreting. I am just feeling so blessed. I arrived last night from ATL and am getting ready now to head out to the port. Carol and I are going on another cruise interpreting adventure this week. Yes, I will be gone but I will have posts that are prepped for everyone with some good meals and good stories. Read More
Good morning, everyone! I thought I would write a bit while on the bus/train to get to the NAD-RID Conference. I love it here in Atlanta! Such a beautiful city with so much history and culture. I come every year in January for Passion Conference but it’s usually freezing. Last time I was here in times of heat was ’96 right after the Olympics. I have so many good memories here. From running around town discovering with Marylex to praising Jesus in the Georgia Dome to buying my 1996 Olympics book bag with my parents, which I still have. Read More
I have failed with many attempts to find the right theme for my blog. All the free ones suck and all the premium ones are popular, meaning I wouldn’t be the only one with that theme. I hate being synonymous with other pages. I want to be unique from all other blogs as I am not like anyone else in particular. I’m random and spontaneous and I want my blog to give off that vibe but my themes never do me justice. Read More
Breakfast for day 3 of “The 5 Day Detox” was the perfect blend that I needed to feel refreshed and rejuvenated! I wanted to Shine Bright with some green juice and this certainly did the trick. When you’re in a hurry to rush off and rush errands, go to work, make it to a meeting, or anything at all, a green juice in a beautiful mason jar and a paper straw is the way to go! Read More