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How Bill Moyers, Jimmy Santiago Baca, and Ruth of the Brown Jacket Taught Me About The Language Of Life

Ruth was a boxy little woman with sawed off brown hair and brown eyes as bright and glinty as M&M’s. She wore a brown work jacket with a trucking firm’s logo on the breast; her name scrolled underneath in gold embroidery. 2,967 more words

Books

The benefits of spending time with the Grandparents...can't say I benefited much.

 

I come from a hard working single mother who had me at the age of 40. My mother an accountant major in Ecuador cleaned houses when we moved to United States. 1,294 more words

Relationships

Operation Hispanics: An Opportunity

I appreciate Dr. Albert Mohler for occasionally tweeting stats like these with Great Commission Alert added to them. I think that’s how Christians should view them. 338 more words

Podcasts

Poetry Sunday: 29 June 2014-Para Mis Amigos de Mexico

Today, I bring you a poem from a Mexican poet I’ve only just become acquainted with. In honor of Mexico’s heartbreaking effort in today’s World Cup Match, and my love for this beautiful southern neighbor, here is “Echo” (Spanish first, then English): 438 more words

Writing