Two years ago I did honestly think this blogging thing was behind me. There were a lot of things happening in my life and none of them seemed to be perfectly aligned. Never mind the fact that a global pandemic had just stared wreaking havoc on all of our lives. At varying degrees wherever we were stationed in life at that given moment.
It is almost second nature for us, and until recently we had forgotten that the actual term for what we were doing was code switching. We talk about this, and about getting vaccinated for COVID-19 on this episode.
What does this expression actually mean? Apparently it has shifted over the years, and in this episode we get into our own interpretations of this common phrase. We also talk about “selling out” and who gets to decide how that label is used.
Or nightmares in some cases. I recount a vivid dream I had recently that has stayed with me for the last few days, which leads us into a conversation about interpreting our dreams and nightmares. We also touch on our first impressions of the new social media audio app Clubhouse. But first we go into what happened at the Capitol on January 6.
Communication has definitely been key in our relationship. Since we first got together and decided to share our lives, let’s just say getting to a better place where we didn’t have to get into yelling matches over silly things has been a work in progress. Let’s be honest. It is still a work in progress… but we have definitely made strides.
Dr. Cindy Cedillo-Ruiz is affectionately known as simply Dr. Cindy. As the first in her family to pursue a career in medicine, on this episode of the podcast If Not You Then Who? with Anjelica, she shares what the journey of pursuing this career was like for her as a Latina.
Sleek. Sporty. And a lot of fun to drive. That is how we have been describing the new 2021 Chevy Blazer ever since it first arrived on our driveway earlier this year. It was a loaner sent to us by Chevrolet for our mini-road trip across Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas this past November. We had it in our possession for a total of 14 days, and I don’t mind telling you we weren’t ready to let it go.
We have been customers of Comcast here in Houston for quite some time now. I don’t remember exactly which year we switched over to their internet service, Xfinity Internet, but I do recall it was a tremendous improvement. In those days, we were starting to rely a lot more on our connectivity for the day-to-day tasks we were taking on as budding entrepreneurs.