Pre-Graduating Day!!

What a rollercoaster ride of emotions today. I'm experiencing soon one of my happiest and proudest days of my life ~ my son will be graduating from UCLA tomorrow with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Music Industry. It has been one amazing journey to get here with the struggles, disappointments, challenges, … Continue reading Pre-Graduating Day!!

I am an immigrant 

​This is the face of an immigrant. Our family came over from Peru in the early 70's. Like many Hispanics and immigrants, we came over for a better life, better education. All I know is this country. All I have ever known is to be American, even when I was still technically Peruvian. We are … Continue reading I am an immigrant 

R.I.P. Dad

Rest in peace, Dad (12/9/1933 -12/22/2016) So thankful for who you were and who you evolved to be. "I love you so much, too." My dad was a man who had four girls, me being the youngest. He was a strong, funny, and sometimes quiet man. He was a man who loved football (soccer) and was … Continue reading R.I.P. Dad

Trip back to the hospital to see my dad. 

On the train, back to see my dad. He's still very critical. He was admitted a day before his birthday, December 8th. I went down from Los Angeles to San Diego that Sunday, a few days after and stayed until late Saturday, living in the waiting room or with my mom in his room. Never … Continue reading Trip back to the hospital to see my dad. 

A week later.

Hello lovelies! Just got back home late last night from spending the last week in the hospital with my dad. He's still in icu, still on the ventilator, and still sedated. They found 2 bacteria strains, which is causing his bacterial pneumonia, but they can't understand why his lungs are bleeding. Tests still have yet to … Continue reading A week later.

Making amends before it’s too late. 

Sorry I have been MIA. I came down to San Diego on Sunday. I had received news that my dad was being put on a ventilator. He had been admitted a few days prior, unfortunately the day before his 83rd birthday. As many of you that have read my book know, I haven't had the … Continue reading Making amends before it’s too late. 

1st page of Evolving to Grace 

1st page of Evolving to Grace. Chapter 1 - Threats from a Pimp "Excuse Me—Press Rewind" Available on Amazon in print and ebook (Kindle). If you don't have a Kindle, no problem. Just download the software for free to read any kindle book on any device, click here. Life can be a roller-coaster ride for some … Continue reading 1st page of Evolving to Grace 

Where does our life and journey begin – Peru

Does our life and journey really begin at birth, or does our lineage collide with us to lay the foundation to our journey once we are born? Is our spirit passed on from lifetimes before, making amends, learning, and trying to evolve? I’ve always also felt that generations of my past did influence my upbringing. … Continue reading Where does our life and journey begin – Peru

The Story of Her Life

There are many journeys we all take in our lifetime. Many roads leading us to whom we are destined to become or to the life we are destined to live. Her journey had been a long one, sometimes extremely difficult to emotionally or physically survive from. Her story begins in a different country than she … Continue reading The Story of Her Life