Tag Archives: it’s personal

Letting hunger strike

I wish i could write more about things being accomplished by the beautiful women in my life and around the world, i would love to be researching about this on a regular basis. But this is my life, and in … Continue reading

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How did my mum do this!

How did people manage? what i actually mean is: how did mums manage to do all this and not get lost in translation in the past?. Is it actually possible to be a mum that is on top of things … Continue reading

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Time to spread my wings

All this talk about beautiful courageous Latin-American women has been very inspiring..  At the beginning of the year I was hoping for strength and courage to pursue my own dreams, which are not little. I want to feel I’m spending … Continue reading

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An ode to 51 lost children: Fellows Friday with Bahia Shehab

Originally posted on TED Blog:
Bahia Shehab’s latest work on the streets of Cairo memorialize 51 children killed in a school bus crash. In this image, three brothers have a conversation. Child 1: “They still didn’t get the lesson.” Child…

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Fairy Tales and Happy Endings

Since I was a child, I have always loved fairy tales. I was fascinated with those that were available as graphic stories, in books with pictures and in movies, most of them became Disney’s classics. I also love comics, Marvel … Continue reading

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THIS Latin-American woman

There was an interesting event this week.. My boys nursery was doing a thing about the children’s background, so they asked us to fill in some information about our family and to send some pictures.. One of the questions was: … Continue reading

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Making things better

I have to thank my dear sister for giving my last post, on Rigoberta Menchú, a good read and sending me a long feedback. Reviewing it, after having made the suggested corrections, I had to post an apology and thank you all … Continue reading

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