I write fiction about strong women, difficult circumstances and characters on both sides of the law.
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Today I’m listing two words in Spanish that beginning with W and X. Why? There are no native words in Mexican Spanish that begin with the letter W. I wonder if that’s the case in other languages? Most W words… Read More ›
Two words today, in our continuation of Spanish words, both with the letter V: Viva can mean “Long live…” or be a cheer like “Hurrah!” You can use the words together: ¡Viva la Vida! A good phrase to remember… Read More ›
The Spanish word uvas means grapes. When I think of grapes many memories come to mind. My mother’s family were migrant workers; her father a foreman. They followed the crops from Pomona, California to Fresno and all the little towns… Read More ›
This is the last week of the A to Z challenge, which presented me with (you know the answer)- challenges. I’ve never blogged every day; at the most twice a week and lately twice a month. This endeavor tested my… Read More ›
R is for Rana, a frog. Anytime a kid in the neighborhood (under age 5) fell or got a cut his/her mother would rub or tap the area and sing this: Spanish: “Sana, sana, colita de rana, y si no… Read More ›