Hablando de lo que pica el gallo…formando un arroz con mango.
El dicho has been rummaging through my head for the past few weeks following Los Premios Juventud that were hosted live on July 15th from right here in our own … Continue reading
What’s the one word your Abuela would say or add on to every insult about every person she was gossiping about or yelling at you because you were too loud … Continue reading
The gurgling sound from the cafetera brings me back to present time. I had spaced out somewhere between the sugar and the water and now se me paso el café. … Continue reading
Murphy’s law states that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. I don’t doubt that it was a Cuban who said if something can get in the way, it … Continue reading
First and foremost, “La Chancleta” needs to be removed from all Cuban mothers and grandmothers. This is a weapon not footwear for these women. How is it that one can … Continue reading
The power went out Friday afternoon after some FPL mishaps the night before. Nunca falla. Turns out we were one of the unlucky 2,600 customers that had power pulsating in … Continue reading
In the lovely city of Miami and for the rest of the United States, there seems to be a system in which people follow and it’s called a schedule/time/clocks. If … Continue reading