About

I am:

  • a red-headed stepchild.
  • recently married.
  • a constant tour guide and cultural interpreter to my Mexican husband in his first year in Los Estamos Jodidos.
  • an honorary Yucatec Maya (as per my sister-in-law)
  • a former expat who lived in Mexico for 5 years.
  • slowly, ever so slowly, working towards my Master’s in Professional Writing
  • the Program Manager for a Youth Center at the Woodlawn Community Development Corporation.

I adore reading, writing, and thinking about stuff. 

I can’t sleep if I don’t read in bed before lights out time, which drives Homeboy insane.  I also sneak out to buy bargain books and have actually dug through the trash to score some paperbacks in English. (I lived in Cancun before they opened a used bookstore there.)

I didn’t start learning Spanish until I was 21, but now spend most of my waking (and dreaming hours) wrapping my tongue around this lovely, complex language.

In fact, I argue much better in Spanish than I do English.

I’m endlessly curious about things I already know as well as things that I’ve yet to discover.

I feel uncomfortable starting so many sentences with I.

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  1. Dude, you’re funny. I like you.

  2. great to see you on our website today. i love your blog… thanks!! keep writing…you’re good!

  3. whoa! I had no idea that you were doing all this great work in Woodlawn! and your right, since weed & seed left PV things have gotten worse. oh well.

  4. I don’t know how I ended up on your blog roll, but I am glad I did. I love your writing.
    Peace

  5. “Los Estamos Jodidos”. *dead* That made my day. so glad I found your blog.

  6. “Los Estamos Jodidos” …jajaja… that’s the first time I’ve heard that one. I like it.


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