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I have always been a sensitive soul – (I know, many of you would recommend that I don’t share something like that in such a public way) easily hurt, idealistic and passionate about the entire human experience. Longing to feel connected, valued and understood. Often feeling far from all of these. Feeling ALIVE has really […]
“My Mother’s Voice – A Cuban Memory” My body hungers to see you, my long lost island, to watch your palm trees swaying, with the sun on my face, carrying me back, through my childhood hallways. Even decorated differently, they will be the same. They will bring back memories of my stolen youth and let […]
I’m leaving the courthouse in Bartow, “relieved” of jury duty, thinking about the fact that I live in a country, the “greatest country in the world,” blessed beyond words that my Cuban grandparents believed in freedom so strongly that they gave up everything (everything except love, faith and each other) to come to this country […]
My personal mission: To inspire the citizens of Polk County to Awaken the Leader Within themselves and share their greatness with our community. I am on a mission. When I speak to friends, business owners, teachers and leaders in our community, I am always amazed at the quality of people I encounter. The conversations and […]
Every day that I wake up and get out of bed is a victory. Inexplicable darkness is worse than monsters in the closet… at least when there are monsters in the closet, you can close and barricade the door. Inexplicable darkness is that shame, guilt, sadness that you can’t explain – and when you try, […]
In response to the commentary found on an Editorial published today on the Ledger.com I share these thoughts. The Internet is powerful. I believe we must use it for good. In our country, we can speak freely. Yet, it seems more people choose to speak freely negatively than to create positive change. This message is my small effort […]
I’m inspired today thinking about the boys in the movie McFarland, USA. 7 boys whose families had never been past 9th grade, found a way to college. Their status quo could have swallowed them. Instead, they created a new status quo. With a coach who believed in them, a brand new cross country team from […]
“Authenticity doesn’t mean listening to people and parroting back what we hear. It means telling people what we believe and then waiting to see who is attracted by what we espouse and who isn’t. This is why we are drawn to an authentic brand over a non-authentic brand” I watched this video, and as always […]
I love Publix’s Peppermint Stick ice cream. I look forward to the holidays every year because of this one item! When I was a little girl, this ice cream taught me a lesson about supply and demand that I have never forgotten. Society has changed a lot since the early 80’s, and I think we need to […]