Saturday, January 23, 2010


Today has been a wonderful day. Mi hija is spending time with her friends tonight and mi esposo and I spent the entire day having fun together.

As I've blogged before things have been really rough between us lately. It's tough when finances and no communication come between two people that love each other. Throw in a major health crisis and it spells disaster.

We went through my diary together and I read him passages when we were dating and when we first were married. He was so touched I wrote literally every thing that happened during that time. How much I loved him and how I just loved to just look at him while he was sleeping. Not in a "Paranormal Activity" creepy way, but a deeply in love way.

By the way, "Paranormal Activity" was the scariest movie I have EVER seen. It kept me up for 4 days. I was scared out of my mind. I lit candles, bathed in Holy Water, and prayed hourly. Bad spirit in that movie. Also brought up bad memories and issues from the past.

Anyway, I am happy to report at this time on this day, I am happy. Things are going well. I hope and pray this continues.

**Side note, I have kept a diary since grade 6. It has been the best way to work out issues and document important events. I highly recommend it.


  1. I'm so glad things are going well between you. You deserve to be happy and to be inconditionally loved Mi Hermana.

  2. Good to hear things are better all around. Hope you are feeling better :-)

  3. I agree about having a diary. I had a tough childhood and while I didn't have an official diary, I used to journal on every piece of loose leaf I could find. It helped me come out of the mire well focused.

    I haven't seen the movie Paranormal Activity but I have hear mixed reviews. I too have had episodes in the past. I think there isn't a Hispanic out there that can't say they haven't. I mean, when your culture actively promotes "el cuco" in child rearing, there is almost no escaping it.

  4. I'm glad you found solace in your diary growing up. I did too. It's what has kept me "sane" so far :).