“In the variety of its charms and the power of its spell, I know of no other place in the world which can compare with it.” -Hiram Bingham As an educator, I firmly believe that knowledge guides us to effectively communicating with others. I feel that knowledge can lead people to respecting (and better understanding) differences in … More Peru
For quite some years now, I have always wanted to visit Oregon. When I was in high school, my parents went to Oregon for a getaway. When they came back, they were absolutely in love with the state. My mom always tells me how “green” it is there. My dad always talked about the trees, … More Beautiful Oregon
My favorite thing about traveling is getting to know the locals. Tourist attractions are awesome, beautiful and great to experience, but getting to know the culture, trying the food in little hole in the walls, and getting on the trains or subways while locals are heading to work or just living their life, is seriously … More What I think so far..update soon 🙂
As I sit here and type on my cell phone, I’m reminded to always bring a book, magazine, or something to keep me occupied the next time I take a 12 hour+ flight. My hubby is sitting right next to me, but he’s currently entertained by a bunch of Rocky Movies. I love Rocky, but … More Currently in the air..
Traveling to Bethlehem was one of the most exciting experiences in my life. During the second day in Bethlehem, my husband and I woke up very early and went into the manger where Jesus was born.There, they closed the doors and an Italian priest came in and performed Mass . It was just my husband … More Bethlehem, Palestine ♡
Israel is remarkable. First and foremost, the food in this country is divine! Delicious would seriously be an understatement to describe it. For instance, just to name a few, the bread filled with sesame seeds is so soft, warm and perfect as you walk around town. It goes hand in hand with the coffee..which is … More In love with Israel ♡
4 hours away from Zion, and it’s 1:27am. I don’t even feel the time running because it’s been movies and stories with my husband the whole way. The freeway is empty and I have to pee. I always make the mistake of drinking too much water before a road trip. I’m glad we’re finally on … More Roadtrippin
Edward Ghobril, the Translator Edward was born on November 8th 1930. When he was a kid, he was very nerdy. He was constantly battled because of his religion. He wanted to promote equality in all his decisions. His beliefs made it hard … More Poem in Remembrance of my Grandfather
As I was going on my run today, I started to reminisce about my childhood years. I always had my own room growing up and I remember playing make believe all the time. I used to make believe I was a school teacher, a wife, and a mommy. My house would be the school and … More From Make Believe to Reality!
In about 9 hours from now, my makeup artist, bridesmaids, maids of honor, photographers, aunts and my cousins will be here knocking on my door. Since Ive been spending the last few days here with my parents, they have been (especially my dad) spoiling me rotten. My dad asked me what the girls and I … More Getting Married Tomorrow♡