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Maria's Voice

So American

When we were at the store and getting some Chinese food, the guy behind the counter had a beautiful accent. We could tell he was African but not much else. … Read More»

Aleut Eyes

My mother and her friends had a nickname for me, though I am not sure how it is spelled or even which language it is in: Kushka Dika. … Read More»

Si Se Puede! Victory at Kirschenman Enterprises

Here is some great news from United Farm Workers: … Read More»

2 weeks to find my courage

I can remember being really terrified to do my first real post on here after my profile one. It mattered to me a lot. … Read More»

My mothers other children

This is one that is so hard to write since I feel a bit cruel about it. … Read More»

The Happy Dance

My daughters say that when I am really happy I do this little dance. I guess sometimes life seems too good to be true and I feel overjoyed about it. … Read More»

Catchy slogan time

Here is something that I thought sounded like a fun thing to try. It is wanting to send a message of how we have changed in this country (USA) and it will be placed on a billboard. … Read More»

The Straight and Narrow Path, part 1

I can remember as a child wanting to be 'good' and can remember reading something somewhere about "the straight and narrow path" and remember it had something to do with not giving in to temptations. … Read More»

The Inch Tall Woman

Struggling with getting our life back together I often feel only an inch tall. I often kick myself about not doing it sooner or being smarter about everything. … Read More»

Making a change in someone's life

When I finally got up the courage to leave my husband we ended up loosing everything and going to a homeless shelter. It was the darkest time in our lives and one we really want to forget all about. … Read More»

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