Blogging is like wearing an old pair of tennis shoes.

Blogging is like wearing an old pair of tennis shoes.

No matter how many times you tuck them away in the back of your closet, underneath all the newer pairs of shoes you’ve accumulated over the years, there’s just something that nudges at you to pull them out and put them on every once in a while.

Let’s be honest. The truth is closer than you think.

Let’s be honest. The truth is closer than you think.

A lot of times the things that make us who we are have been there all along.

We tend to spend so much time trying to discover ourselves, or trying to define who we are. But often it is the case that when you achieve that pivotal moment where you understand who you truly are, you realize that deep inside you knew it all along.

We are constantly in search of ourselves, and we seldomly ask ourselves this question: Do I really need to look that far?

A Harvest of Thanksgiving Day Thoughts

What are you thankful for? This year that question is a little harder to answer than before. Of course, there are the standard things one is grateful for: good health, family, friends, life and the ability to see one more day. But I’d be lying if I said this year […]

Welcome to TE-XAS!

The thing I know about being Tejano is that we Texans like doing things a certain way. We can spot each other from a mile away, and when we happen to come across one another outside of the Lone Star State it’s always a big reason to celebrate. Like “hey, […]

It’s never too late to deviate from normal

It’s funny the things that stay with us… forever it seems. This evening after a long and hot day all I wanted to do was get home, crash on my bed, and immerse myself in the social oblivion for hours upon hours, doing what we all enjoy doing every once […]

My Mexican American Story

My Mexican American Story

Begins with the story of two countries. One that was foreign to us because it was unchartered, the other that was welcoming and warm, yet still on many levels distant and confusing. We didn’t know it then, but each would leave a lasting impression on who we were and who […]