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!!

Ode to Court today, 5/23/2017

As I sit here, next to you  I think of all these moments of time. The moments of my life, so long ago. My life was adventurous. My life had promise. My life had excitement of new loves, new experiences. Not everyone gets to live the high life of fun times in West Hollywood's clubs … Continue reading Ode to Court today, 5/23/2017

Signed Book Giveaway! Enter soon!

Many years ago I had a calling ~ to share my story. As a teenager, I thought I was the only one that was going through what I was going through. But, there are millions out there that have been given a tough life. For those of you, please don't give up. ❤❤ Evolving to … Continue reading Signed Book Giveaway! Enter soon!

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 

I am a Modern Muse! I am completely honored.

I was so honored and touched that UGauGrrl nominated me for their Modern Muse. Ugaugrrl sets to Inspire, Empower, and make an Impact. UGauGrrl's mission is to inspire every woman and girl to recognize the muse within herself and empower her to find her purpose so that she can make her singular impact on the … Continue reading I am a Modern Muse! I am completely honored.

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

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.

To Dare

To Dare To laugh is to risk appearing the fool. To weep is to risk appearing sentimental. To reach for another is to risk involvement. To expose your ideas, your dreams, before a crowd, is to risk their loss. To love is to risk not being loved in return. To live is to risk dying. … Continue reading To Dare

A Bike Ride in Santa Monica

Last weekend I decided to take my bike out for one of my rides. The weather had cooled down and I had been back to the gym. I thought to myself, I can do this! I can power through 15+miles and conquer the slops on the boulevard for a bike ride, and just maybe I can slide in the Santa … Continue reading A Bike Ride in Santa Monica

September the 13th

RIP, Lily (25yrs ago) and Tupac (20yrs ago). Such amazing souls and very similar. Enthusiastic, happy, fun loving friends of mine that were appreciative for the moments life was giving them. Lily, you changed my life. Tupac, you said things I needed to hear at a very lonely time. Thank you both for coming into my life … Continue reading September the 13th

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

Never as I seem

We should never judge a book by its cover. I was "alternative" before that was even a thing and I was living in a town that was very conservative; all I got were stares. I feel that back then I had more style than I do now and I was trying new things, definitely with … Continue reading Never as I seem