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Casa de Paja, a straw farm house painting in Chile by Clina Polloni.

In the early years of Chile, even in the 1800’s, farmers planted their wheat in the fields. 248 more words


Picture Battle

Hi everyone! It’s been awhile since I last participated in a challenge. Ritu from But I Smile Anyway challenged fellow bloggers to take part in it. 99 more words


Halloween Parties & Day of the Dead

Hi everyone! I hope your Saturday went well! I’m kind of partied out tonight! I had three parties to go to today! I decided to go to two of them. 254 more words


Post #6:Back To The Drawing Board

Are you looking to expand your businesses market share and compete with the big leagues but feel like the the market has been saturated?!

Do you want an opportunity at tapping into what’s expected to be one of the largest growing market segments in the years to come?! 661 more words


Flamenco at Mission San Luis: A Night of Passion

Have you ever felt like you were in a different place? As if you weren’t in Tallahassee in 2016, but rather in the rolling countryside of Spain? 758 more words

Arts & Life

Happy Anniversary Southern Señora!

September 15th marks the 2nd anniversary of my blog – Southern Señora!  Two years ago I made the decision to start this blog to share what I call “the Southern Hispanic lifestyle” in Birmingham, Alabama with y’all. 622 more words


how to build cross-cultural competency in immersion students

Authentic cultural experiences are critical to achieving the three-fold goal of immersion education.  In order to build cross-cultural competency, cross-cultural experiences are a must. Of course, it takes some leg-work on the part of parents and teachers to identify and incorporate these events and experiences into busy family and school calendars. 266 more words

Spanish Immersion