poetry

Write Yourself a Love Letter for Valentine’s Day

    I woke up thinking of Valentine's Day when my kids were young. You know, the endless search a week before (sometimes the night of) for V cards, small and cute for the kids to take to their classroom. But this morning, I thought of love letters. Specifically, what if we wrote a love… Continue reading Write Yourself a Love Letter for Valentine’s Day

Family, Inspiration, Latino culture, Strong Women, Wisdom, Writing

Top 5 Posts of 2015 – An Authentic Cultural Experience

  Are you excited for what's ahead in 2016? I am. The year 2015 had its up's and downs. I think of the 'downs' as learning opportunities and the 'up's' as blessings. WordPress and Grammarly sent me year-end reports which reminded me of my writing during the past year. Their graphic reports were very cool with stats… Continue reading Top 5 Posts of 2015 – An Authentic Cultural Experience

Faith, poetry, Valentine's Day

Love, Cupid – Poem

  Dear Human, I must tell you there are not enough arrows for those looking for Eros and more than enough that missed their mark  discarded by one or the other, or both * I must ration my arrows, look for the best mark a certifiable bullseye for a gardener who tends to love with… Continue reading Love, Cupid – Poem

Art, Blogging, Creativity, Encouragement, Family, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Inspiration, poetry, Writing

Five Reasons to do a Year End Review

"Out with the old, in with the new." I don't like that saying for several reasons, mainly because many old things have value. But, there is also truth to the phrase. Making room for the new is worthwhile. A year end review (let's give this an acronym: YER) is all about looking back. Not to… Continue reading Five Reasons to do a Year End Review