For my 42nd birthday, I visited a hummingbird sanctuary and the Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona. I have made … Continue reading 42
Write, even when it feels your fingers are suffocating, buried beneath impenetrable feelings. Write, even when the paper bleeds … Continue reading Write Your Song
How do you fly when you’re not used to flying? How do you reach for the sky when it so … Continue reading How Do You Fly?
In The Tortilla Curtain, a novel by T.C. Boyle, Delany a “liberal humanist” who lives in a gated community on … Continue reading un-Mexican: In Search of Truth Part 2
This past May David, Carmen and I decided to take a day trip to Ensenada, Baja California. As we arrived … Continue reading un-Mexican: Between Two Colliding Truths Part 1
Are suppose to be permanent. The first time I got a tattoo, I … Continue reading Tattoos and Marriage
I dedicate this poem to my grandmother, Carmen Elida Prince (Tita), and all the Abuelas who have had the courage … Continue reading The Soul of a Hummingbird