Our family moved from Puerto Rico to Georgia in 2011. With our move, we also brought our golden retrievers, Watson and Pennie. Watson was seven years old, and Pennie was a 6-month old puppy. On our second week in Georgia, they escaped during the night. In Puerto Rico, they were used to sleeping in the … Continue reading Pennie has been found
My husband was struck by lightning. This is his story.
This is a different kind of post, it’s more like a journal entry. As it happens to all of us, our life and our views are framed by the experiences we have. This past Saturday, July 16, 2016, was one of those for me. Here is as short as I can describe what happened; an event I am still processing.
I took my son to work early and after dropping him off, I drove south for more than an hour. I have a car project at home and was getting some parts from another one to finish mine (I’m not a mechanic, I’m a financial advisor, but I enjoy fixing things). I arrived close to 8:00 am to my destination and started to work on the vehicle. It took me 4 hours to finish. As I was grabbing my tools and putting them in the trunk, rain started to fall. I…
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I remember praying one morning, still in bed, asking God to provide us with plenty of food. We were struggling financially, and our pantry was empty. His provision was almost daily. I had no idea what I was going to cook; I couldn't make a plan, not even for a week. And that morning (feeling … Continue reading God’s Answer
I was preparing a type of bread, and one of the steps was to sift the flour. I did not know what the purpose was, but I followed the instructions on the recipe. There were two types of flour; one was lighter than the other. While I was doing this important step, I noticed that … Continue reading Is Sifting Necessary?
Nuestra familia hizo un viaje a Europa en diciembre de 2012. Primero fuimos a Londres y luego cruzamos en tren a París a través del Chunnel (túnel bajo el mar más largo del mundo). En Londres no tuvimos inconvenientes con el idioma, pues aunque nuestra lengua materna es español, todos hablamos inglés, solo con un … Continue reading Hablas mi Idioma
Lazarus was very sick so his sisters Martha and Mary sent word to Jesus. When he received the news, he did not leave the place he was right away. Instead, Jesus waited two more days. He knew what was going on; Jesus was aware of how bad Lazarus' health was. But, why didn't he go? … Continue reading Take Off Your Grave Clothes
Cuando mis hijos eran pequeños, solíamos llevarlos a casa de sus abuelos paternos para recoger pasto para los camellos. Tradición que celebramos con gran alegría en Puerto Rico. Ellos salían con su abuelo a cortar el mejor pasto que encontraran. Al llegar a nuestra casa ponían el pasto en una caja de zapatos y la colocaban debajo … Continue reading ¡Feliz Día de Reyes!