Sunday, February 10, 2013

who me? yes you!

After being encouraged by my husband for a few years now to start a blog, I decided to give it a shot. He says I have a way with words and can clearly bring my point across. Honestly, I think what he really means is that I have an opinion about everything and don’t stop talking until I am heard. LOL Mostly, I kept putting it off because I didn’t think I had much to offer anyone. I didn’t have a traumatic childhood, my adolescent years were average, I've been married for almost 20 years and have two great boys. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that I have beaten quite a bit of odds. Coming from a single parent home, lived below poverty level having, public assistance as our living source, and survived being the youngest of four women. LOL If nothing else, we were able to turn it all around, break the cycle of lack of education, poverty, and divorce in our own families. There were many life experiences that helped shape who I’ve become. I will be sharing these with you and hopefully you will find something you can relate to, find comfort in, cry about, laugh about, or think about.

so..... here it goes, hope you enjoy it :)


  1. Congratulations...I think this is awesome. I think all women need a corner to come and share their thoughts. Thanks for sharing yours with us. I'm sure they will inspire, makes us laugh and enjoy. Be blessed.

    Carmen Valentin
    Vineland, NJ

  2. Its great when we can talk about our experiences in life, that can help our self and can help others to do the same. Somethimes we have a lot inside that never come out, and all what we need is somebody who start.
    God is good and He always have a porpoise in everything we do, so, this is a plan, a perect plan that He have for, with and onto you, just let Him guide you and you will see His glory. God bless you and your family.

  3. Awesome!!! So proud of you! And, by the way, I take credit for pushing you to write too (at least I think so in my head, LOL!). Write, write! Writing soothes the soul and allows it to breathe both for the writer and the reader. Te amo amiga del alma.