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Dear Mikaela: In Life, Sometimes Boy Bands Are The Only Thing That Matter.
Today’s post was prompted by my niece, Mikaela, who this week started her freshman year at the University of Missouri in Columbia. Snapchatting with her and following her mother’s posts on Facebook, I couldn’t help but become a bit nostalgic about my … Continue reading
“Writer’s Block Is Only The Failure Of The Ego…Said Someone Important.”
Last week I received a message from a reader, commenting that he had taken the time to read all of my blog posts and was wondering why on earth had I not written anything since my last post in April. … Continue reading
The Fonz Once Said: “Assumptions Are The Termites of Relationships.”
As I have written before, my mom has managed to survive depression and anxiety. From a young child living in poverty in Mexico, to the move to the United State in the 1950s, to falling in love with an alcoholic, to … Continue reading
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The Tortilla Kid’s 2014 in review
Thank you to all of my readers this year. The idea of sharing my life publicly, was incredibly daunting, but it was your positive feedback that kept me going and going and going. In 2015, I plan to continue to … Continue reading
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For A Catholic, Jewish, Chicana, December Is A Month Of Miracles.
I have shared a lot of my life with many of you throughout the last half of this year. Although this blog was intended to share my own personal experiences through the lense of the Jesus tortilla, I have actually … Continue reading