Starts May 2nd!
Who would have thought, just from learning a different language; my life would be transformed. After all that is how I met my husband.
|Me and the Mexican|
I've visited Mexico several times with my husband. We didn't go to Cancun or somewhere you'd go on vacation.. We went to "el rancho" where my husband grew up. I got to experience "the real" Mexico!
|Kids swimming in "La Sequia"|
|My husband and I|
|Riding horses. The sunset would have made this picture perfect!|
|Mountains in Mexico|
I've seen tortillas made from scratch. I've made mole with my "suegra" (mother in law).
I've eaten goat and I know how to make an awesome taco!
|Making Mole in Mexico|
Our son was born.........
Our son is such a blessing!
The Mexican is an awesome dad. I want my son to realize how lucky he is to be from both cultures.
Sadly,racism scares me. My little one has such a sweet soul and kind heart. I can not imagine someone judging him because he has a father from Mexico and a mother from the U.S.. It infuriates me when I think of the stereotypes I hear from others. Do they really believe this? Yes, they do until they "learn" different.
I thank God for my bi-cultural family. We are blessed to have friends of different colors and cultures. I am glad we are exposing our son to many different types of music, food, traditions, and knowledge. Our family has open hearts and open minds. I want to scream to the world, "Open your minds! You don't know what your missing!"