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LeapTV Giveaway

I’m super excited to be able to offer one lucky reader of this blog a LeapTV system. In case you missed… [more]

LeapTV Giveaway LeapTV Giveaway

Alameda Ducks (Sundays In My City)

Went to visit our friends in their new home and got to feed the ducks from their patio. How cool is that? Alameda,… [more]

Alameda Ducks (Sundays In My City) Alameda Ducks (Sundays In My City)

Wednesday Wishes

Update: For some reason this post failed to go up on schedule and I've been so out of it that I didn't… [more]

Wednesday Wishes Wednesday Wishes

Chicken and Waffles (Sundays In My City)

We are BIG fans of the chicken and waffles at The Boulevard Cafe…so good! Daly City, CA. I showed… [more]

Chicken and Waffles (Sundays In My City) Chicken and Waffles (Sundays In My City)

What Latino Icons Look like to Everyone Else

A couple of days ago, I saw this video of "Latino Icons According to Everyone Else" by FLAMA and I laughed… [more]

What Latino Icons Look like to Everyone Else What Latino Icons Look like to Everyone Else

Dealing with Insecurities (Fragmented Fridays)


Dealing with insecurities lately. I’m so wrapped up in myself that any little thing makes me feel insecure: an innocent comment left on this blog by a regular reader and commenter, an off-handed remark by Unknown Papi, the wording of an email from an old friend. I’m reading way more into everything than necessary. Maybe […] Read the full article →


Life Imitating Art


My mother-in-law sends us care packages quite often. A recent one included a can of Campbell’s soup labeled like an Andy Warhol depiction of a can of Campbell’s soup. If she had sent me an entire box of it, would it be a case of life imitating art? The back of the can points out […] Read the full article →


Before I moved to San Francisco in 1992, I had never heard of Walgreens. Now Walgreens is a weekly go-to destination for toiletries, pictures, and all sorts of other goodies. When I found out that Walgreens was launching a Balance Rewards and Loyalty Card program that I could use in conjunction with the free Walgreens […] Read the full article →


I’m going to tell you some things I really had no intention of telling you, but now after attending a screening of the movie, Won’t Back Down at the Metreon in San Francisco, I feel compelled to tell you… I am afraid. I am afraid of failing my daughters. Not in a generalized way, but […] Read the full article →


Everyday Make-up in 6 Easy Steps


The older I get, the less make-up I wear and it’s not because I’m too lazy to wear it or because I don’t like it. I love make-up. I use it to enhance my attributes, not to hide my perceived flaws. I can do everyday make-up in 6 easy steps. You could say that when […] Read the full article →


Wipes Should be Wet, Diapers Should Keep Me Dry #HuggiesLatino

Reflecting on the teleconference I participated in with Poncho de Anda, I have to laugh at myself because if you would have told me in my early 20’s or even early 30’s that I would enjoy a conversation about parenting that veers into talking about diapers and wipes, I would have told you, you were […] Read the full article →


Put Pie is 4! (Sundays In My City)


                I became a mother on September 8, 2008. This weekend Put Pie turned 4! San Francisco, CA.     I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this as a photography carnival or photography meme (with or without words) that […] Read the full article →


Questions (Fragmented Fridays)


Is there such a thing as clean coal? I just can’t seem to wrap my mind around that concept. I wanted to share Jimmy Kimmel’s most recent prank challenge about getting kids horrible back to school outfits, but the video has been pulled from Hulu and Youtube. Why? What happened to my brain? I used […] Read the full article →


Bedtime Routine Revamped #Positivismo


Would you like to know what the least favorite part of my day is? Just say yes because I’m going to tell you anyway. Bedtime. Bedtime is the least favorite part of my day. Specifically my daughters’ bedtime. It’s not that I can’t stand to have them go to bed and will miss them horribly. […] Read the full article →


What Are You Waiting For?


    There must have been a time when this bench waited expectantly. Waited for someone to come and sit awhile. Waited for impatient children to wiggle and giggle. Waited for lovers to snuggle and kiss. Waited for tired men down on their luck to lay and rest. Those days are gone. The bench got […] Read the full article →

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