Tuesday, December 29, 2009

and so it's been a year now...

Dec 29, 2009.....
A year ago today I was scared, depressed, sad, did I mention scared? Last Dec 29 was my day to turn myself in... it was one of the hardest things I ever had to do. I knew that it was something I had to do, well as they sy you play you gotta pay. And so it was so that I had to pay. I was scared more than anything because I did not know what was going to happen with my hubbys case while I was gone. As he had court in January while I was going to be locked up. I was really scared of what would happen if he were to be deported while I was serving my time. I had been sentenced to 180 days, out of that I knew I had to do atleast 120 days. It was very hard having to say good bye to my kids, as I knew I wouldn't see them in all that time. I didn't want them to see me in jail, or even to know I was there. All that time they thought I was working in Colorado.

I remember clearly that evening, hubby went to drop me off at 7pm, it was a Monday. They didn't take me in till 9pm, and they had me downstairs in booking till 9am the next morning. As soon as they took me upstairs to a cell I feel asleep and slept all day long, I tried to sleep all day & night kuz when ever I was awake all I would do is cry.

I was in a cell by myself until the beggining of Feb, all that time that I was alone I spent reading the bible & reading everything and anything that was available to me. That way my day would go by so fast. By this time hubby had gone to court and they had given him another court date for June, I was to be out by mid April, so I was able to relax and not worry about what would happen.

While there I meet quite a few girls, it is so sad to be locked up, but more sad to be locked up and not know when and if you will ever be out. I went in knowing that I would be out in fur months, but there are people there that are fighting their cases and don't even know when they will be out, if they will be at all. I always pray for all of them, and since I've been out I've been writting to them, and sending them cards on the holiday, and their birthdays. It is heartbreaking to go thru these holidays knowing that they are all still there, specially for the ones that have kids. I am no one to judge any of them, and wheather they commited the crimes they are there for or not, I will always be praying for them and writting to them. I do hope and pray that they get to come out soon to their families.

I got to come home to my family on April 18, 2009. That experience away from my kids & hubby really taught me to treasure what I have. All this drama that hubby and I are going thru has brought us closer & stronger. We know we got ourselfs where we are, we know we are not perfect, and we have learned from our mistake. A very costly mistake. One that we can never take back. We are paying for it, and probably will for the rest of our lives, But we are both strong and have gotten so far, and with God's help we will keep on going.

As of today we still have no word on his case. But we are very hopefull that things will work out in our favor. For we know God has a plan for us, and we are patiently waiting for it.

Friday, December 25, 2009

At a time of joy we are in sorrow

So it was Sunday night about 10:30 pm, I was on line reading some posts when I get a call on my cell. I check and see that it is hubby's cousin Paul. He never ver calls me so I knew something was up. I answer the phone and sure enough it is bad news, he tells me mi Julian had passed away. Mi Julian is my hubbys maternal grandfather. But honestly I loved him like if he was my own grandfather. We named my son Julian after him. I know that always when people pass everyone says so & so was such a great person, pero honestly truth be told Mi Julian was a great person.
It really saddens me that he passed away and we didn't get to see him. It had been 2 1/2 yrs since we had seen him. He was here in the states last in June of 07, he was here when we had our wedding blessed.
The saddest part of this all is that hubby couldn't go due to our case not being resolved yet. It killed me to see how upset hubby was due to this. Mi Julian would come often to the States to visit, and he would stay here for months at a time, but since 2007 he was not able to come back to visit.
He passed away in Jocotepec, and they had his service in Las Trojes, Jalisco. In all the 14 yrs I have been together with hubby, I have yet to go visit El Rancho! Now when I do I will for ever be saddend that I never went when Mi Julian was still alive. He used to love attending Los Torros, and I am sure if I had gone to Mex he would of taken me to see them May he Rest In Peace.
Mi Julian you will always be in our hearts!
We will miss you always!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Dia de la Virgen De Guadalupe

December 12th is an important date in our culture because on this date the Virgin of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe) first made an appearance in 1531.

According to church historians, an indigenous Mexican named Juan Diego was walking past a hill called Tepeyac on the outskirts of the Spanish settlement what is now Mexico City, in the beginning of December 1531, when a vision of the Virgin Mary appeared. She instructed him to go to the Bishop (Father Juan de Zumárraga), and deliver her request that a church be built in her honor on the spot.
Juan Diego faithfully went to the Bishop, who dismissed his history and told him to come back the next day. The next day the Bishop asked him a number of questions about the vision of the Virgin Mary, and told him that he needed to bring some proof of her appearance.
Juan Diego return to the hill and asked the Virgin Mary to give him a sign. She said that if he came to the hill the next day, she would give him a sign for the bishop. However, Juan Diego’s uncle Juan Bernardino was on his deathbed, and Juan Diego stayed the entire day with him.
The next morning, Juan Diego left to look for a priest to administer last rites to his uncle, and encountered the Virgin on the road. She sent him to the top of the Tepeyac hill to gather flowers, even though roses didn’t grow there in December. On the hill Juan Diego gathered a bunch of roses, which he brought back to the Virgin Mary. She held them for a moment and then told him to bring them to the bishop. He wrapped them in his tilma (overcloak) woven of manta (a traditional natural fiber similar to linen) and carried them to the bishop. When Juan Diego unbundled the roses for the bishop, everyone was amazed to see that the image of the Virgin Mary had miraculously appeared on the front of his tilma. The bishop immediately ordered the construction of a church dedicated to the "Virgen de Guadalupe" at the crest of Tepeyac hill.
Juan Diego returned his uncle’s house, and the Virgin appeared to him a final time and cured his uncle.
Today, December 12th is a national holiday in Mexico and is observed with pilgrimages to the shrine which houses Juan Diego tilma, special masses, ceremonial dances, and offerings at altars made in her honor.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

It's begining to look a lot like Xmas!!!

So I was reading some of the emails I get on a daily basis with hmm info about this and that, and I really liked this project! Now that I have been laid off :( I have time to do projects with my kiddos. I wanted to share this one with you all since I think it's so adorable.
Here is the link to it with instructions and all, I will post some pix of our own ones once we do them.

Have fun doing them, and if you do please do share the pix!!!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

All moved in...

So finally we are all moved in...
Boy was it a hassle to make this move. Before we had gone from a studio to a 1 bedroom apartment, then to a 2 bedroom triplex, then to a 3 bedroom house, and now we are back to a 2 room place. I ended up selling quite a few stuff, and even then it was such a hassle to do this move. But now finally we are all settled in. Now we get to enjoy the holidays with our family here and wait to see what happens.

Still no word about our case, so at the moment we are just living that in the back of our minds, and will just relax and spend a very good Xmas with our loved ones here, and next year que sea lo que Dios quiera. For now we are here and will treasure every moment that we are here:).

So now to my lil project I've got..... I was really sick with a cold last week and with the stress of the move and all I stopped taking the pills to loose weight, but I still managed to loose some weight woo whoo!!!!
So I will get back on them and hopefully will be able to loose mucho mas!
Phentermine forums at PhenForum.com

Saturday, November 21, 2009

So here it goes....

I took the first pill on Thursday the 18th before I went to sleep, this one you take at night and I guess it works all night so when you wake up yeah you guessed right hehe you go potty and it cleans your stomach. The next morning I took the Size 0 pill which you take 1/2 an hour before you eat breakfast, well I did like I was told and so far..........

48 hours later I have lost   2 lbs :)

So being that I am a big girl to begin with I am staring off with my goal of loosing 10% of my weight. Ofcourse I would love to losse more like 50% BUT I do have to start somewhere no???
So here goes my journey once again.

Phentermine forums at PhenForum.com

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

I will NEVER be a size 0...

Ok ok so I went to far there hehehe. But honestly it's the same if I say size 0
or size 10:( .....
I really believe I will never be able to loose the weight! Even though well when I was gone those 4 months I did manage to loose 50 lbs. BUT well that was easy to do there as jail food is NOT the best and I had nothing better to do all 23 hrs that I was confined so I would excersice, something I haven't done since I've been out, and that my friends is why I gained 30 lbs back ekkkkkkkkkk!!!!
So every Tuesday night I sit & watch the biggest looser and seriously I get all motivated for the whole 2 hrs the show runs and tell myself hey if i lost those 50 lbs in those 4 months, and these people are lossing that and then sum in less time then I sure can do it too. But then here comes Wed. morning and all motivations is gone.
So anywho yesterday I saw a posting on craigglist that offered a free sample for some natural pills to loose weight and so I emailed the posting.
The girl came and dropped off a sample of pills so we will see how it goes.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Still no word yet!

So it is said that no news is good news right??? Well not knowing is the worst ever! It's been 3 weeks already since we went to hubby's court hearing. And the judge had his decision made and said he would mail it to us...

so far nada, zilch, nothing, non niente!!!!

I just wish we knew already so we can either be all relaxed or seriously be all stressed out!!!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

So we decided that while we wait for what ever the outcome is we will move out of our home, into a different home where the rent will be less, BUT so will the space. I will need to get rid of a lot of stuff, so thank God for craigslist hehehe! I've been posting like crazy most of the items I will need to get rid of and we've been having sales every weekend for the past 3 weeks. We already got rid of the big items we needed to get rid off like our China Hutch, or Dinner Hutch, a desk, 2 sofa chairs, and lots more. But I still do have lots more to get rid of, we are going from a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, dining room, laundry room, kitchen, and 2 car garage to a 2 bed, 1 bath 1 sm. kitche no car garage place :(. So saying that YES there was a lot to get rid off. Oh and to top it off we are moving upstairs agh!!! the hassle of moving everything upstairs! So let's just hope that we do end up staying here.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead

Las culturas prehispánicas de Mesoamérica creyeron que la vida fue un sueño. Al morir se despertaba. La muerte era un escape del sufrimiento diario y de los problemas. Como la muerte era inevitable, no se le temía.

Durante los tiempos precolombinos, se creía que el difunto hacía un viaje largo y peligroso por nueve mundos antes de llegar a la región de Mictlán reinado de Mictlantecuhtli y Mictlancuatl, el rey y la reina. El viaje específio dependía de la profesión que se ocupaba durante la vida. Los guerreros que morían en el combate iban a Tonatihilhuac, el mundo del sol. Las mujeres que morían en el parto iban a Cihuatlampa, la región de las mujeres. El dios de la lluvia Tláloc llamaba a todos que murieron a causa del agua al Tlalocán, el paraíso del dios de la lluvia. Los niños iban a Chichihuacuauhco, el mundo del árbol nodrizo, donde los amamantaban con la dulce leche producida por los árboles mientras esperaban volver a nacer.

El viaje de los muertos duraba cuatro años, durante el cual el alma pasaba por desiertos y montañas. Era imposible cruzar el río al final del viaje sin la ayuda de un perro. Esto explica por que se encuentran los restos de perros en las tumbas. También al poner jade en la boca del muerto aseguraba que el muerto llegara en paz.

El festival de la muerte se deteminó por el calendario solar azteca. Los guerreros eran honrados durante el festival de Quecholli. Este decimocuarto mes coincide con noviembre del Calendario Juliano.

Los conquistadores españoles vinieron por oro y tierra y a establecer el cristianismo. Trajeron con ellos un nuevo concepto de la muerte; el concepto del bien y el mal. Creyeron en el concepto del día del juicio final, el cielo, y el infierno, lo cual era muy diferente del concepto de la muerte a parte de los indígenas. Los españoles se dieron cuenta de esto y permitieron que observaran sus creencias, con el fin de tener una mezcla de lo católico con lo indígena.

El Día de Todos los Santos, el primero de noviembre, es una celebración de la Iglesia Católica Romana. El Día de los Fieles Difuntos, el 2 de noviembre, es un día para rezar por las almas de los cristianos bautizados que están en el purgatorio. Estos dos días ocurren al mismo tiempo de Quecholli. Por eso durante las celebraciones se ve una mezcla de costumbres católicas e indígenas. Se cree que el Día de los Muertos las almas regresan para visitar a sus parientes y amigos en la tierra. Por el mes de octubre se empiezan las preparaciones para darles el bienvenido.

En casi todos los pueblos hay calacas de muchas formas. Panaderías y dulcerías preparan pasteles en forma de calacas y calaveras. El papel picado con diseños de calacas cuelga desde los techos. El amarillo dorado de las flores cempazuchitl está por todas partes como decoración de las ofrendas y tumbas. En cada casa hay ofrendas para que el alma se sienta cómoda en casa. Allí hay juguetes, comida, y bebidas. Además hay fotos y velas. El primero de noviembre regresan las almas de los niños, los angelitos. Las de los adultos regresan el 2 de noviembre.


Pre-Hispanic cultures of Meso-America viewed life as a dream. It was believed that in dying did one awaken. Death offered a release from daily suffering and problems. Since death was inevitable, it was never feared.

In pre-Hispanic times it was believed that the dead made a long and dangerous journey through nine different underworlds before reaching Mictlán which was ruled by Mictlantecuhtli and Mictlancuatl, the god and goddess of the world of death. The afterworld to which a dead person would travel depended on the occupation held during life. Warriors dying in combat went to Tonatihilhuac, the place of the sun. Women dying in childbirth, went to Cihuatlampa, the region of the women. The rain god Tlaloc called anyone whose death involved water to Tlalocán, the paradise of the rain god. Children went to Chichihuacuauhco, the land of the wet-nurse tree, where they suckled from the milk-dripping trees while waiting to be reborn.

The journey of the dead lasted four years, taking the soul across a series of deserts and mountains. It was impossible to pass over the great river at the end of the trek without the aid of a dog. This is why remains of dogs or clay-sculpture relics often were found at burial sites. Also by placing a jade ornament in the mouth of the dead would ensure that the jaguar would allow him to enter in peace.

The festival for celebrating death was governed by the Aztec calendar. Warriors were honored during the fourteenth month at a festival called Quecholli. This fourteenth month coincides with November on the Julian calendar.

The Spanish conquistadores came to the New World looking for gold and land, and to establish Christianity. They brought with them a new concept of death; the concept of good and bad. They believed in a final judgement day, heaven, and hell, which was quite different from the view of death held by the native population. As the Spanish became aware of the native customs honoring death they permitted them to continue thus creating a religion mixed with Catholic beliefs and indigenous practices.

All Saints' Day, November 1, is a celebration of the Roman Catholic church. All Souls' Day, November 2, is a day to pray for the souls of departed baptized Christians believed to be in purgatory. These two dates occur at the same time as the celebration of death during Quecholli. Thus the celebration mixed Catholic and native practices regarding death. It is believed that on the Day of the Dead, the deceased are given divine consent to visit with their relatives and friends on earth. Starting around the middle of October, preparations are made to welcome home the souls of the dead relatives.

In most Mexican towns, skeletons are seen in all shapes and forms. Bakeries, candy shops prepare special treats in shapes of skeletons and skulls. Papel picado is hung from the ceilings with cutouts of skeletons. The golden-orange petals of the cempazuchitl flower, similar to a marigold, are seen everywhere decorating altars and graves.

In most homes altars are setup to welcome home the soul of the dead relative. On the altar are the favorite toys, food, and drinks. Photographs and candles are also included. On November 1, the souls of children are honored. The adult souls return home on November 2.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Dia de todos los Santos/All Saints Day

El Día de Todos Los Santos es una solemnidad cristiana instituida en honor de Todos los Santos, conocidos y desconocidos, para compensar cualquier falta a las fiestas de los santos durante el año por parte de los fieles.

En México, donde se conjuga con el 2 de Noviembre el cual se festeja el día de los muertos, se hacen ofrendas en las tumbas para dar a los fallecidos generalmente comida, bebidas ,flores y cosas que les gusten, que se quitan el día 2 por la noche, permitiendo de esa manera, que los fallecidos disfruten la noche del primero de Noviembre de sus ofrendas.

November 1 is celebrated throughout the Catholic world as Día de Todos Santos, or All Saints Day, to honor all the saints, known and unknown, of the Catholic faithful. Every day of the year has its own saint or saints, but there are more saints than calendar days, and this one major holy day honors them all, including those who had died in a state of grace but had not been canonized.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

All hallows eve...

A year ago this day I was super dupper depressed being that hubby was still detained around this time.
Thank God this time he is home with us and we where able to take the kiddos out trick or treating like past years.
Here is a couple of pix of that day!


Julian & Julissa

Me & Hubby

Girls night out!!!

So tonight hubby stayed home with the kiddos so I could go out with my buddy Eva! I wanted to go out to Paddy's but being the fact that I hadn't gone out in years I forgot to take my id with us, so they didn't let us in. We ended up going to Bombays and had a blast!

Eva ~ Coco

Eva ~ Coco

Friday, October 30, 2009

Missing my Daddy!!!

So this year was my daddy's 10th anniversary of being gone. He passed away on August 15, 1999. But due to the fact that his body wasn't found until the 17th his death certificate says his last day was the 17th. It was and has been very hard to live without him. We all miss him so much! There has been occasions when I totally feel his spirit is here with us. Like when we had our marriage blessed, I totally felt his hand on my shoulder. I know that was him.
Well here we are, a couple of days before "El Dia De Los Muertos." This is my first time doing an altar for him. I plan on making this a new tradition for our family. Here are a couple of pix:

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

San Judas Tadeo

El dia 28 de Octubre, se le otorga y honra el dia a San Judas Tadeo y a continuacion les presentamos para que conozcamos un poco mas de la biografia, cronicas y vida de este Santo.

"Judas" es una palabra hebrea que significa: "alabanzas sean dadas a Dios". Tadeo quiere decir: "valiente para proclamar su fe"

Después de la Última Cena, cuando Cristo prometió que se manifestaría a quienes le escuchasen, Judas Tadeo le preguntó por qué no se manifestaba a todos. (Gran sensibilidad la de este Santo). Cristo le contestó que Él y su Padre visitarían a todos los que le amasen: "Vendremos a él y haremos en él nuestra morada" (Juan, 14, 22-23).

San Judas Tadeo es uno de los santos más populares a causa de los numerosos favores celestiales que consigue a sus devotos que le rezan con fe.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Agh!!!!!!! What's next?????????

Ok so here is how our day went, his court hearing was at 1pm. There was a few cases on for this day & that time. The 1st case was a lady who had no lawyer, they gave her another court date for Feb 2010, then after her they called this one couple who had a lawyer BUT their lawyer wasn't there, and they were all like wait our lawyer isn't here, and the IJ told them that he knew that I guess the lawyer called them the court to say he wasn't able to be there so the IJ rescheduled the next court date till October of next year! I was like hopefully they give us a next court date till then too so we can do time here, but no that wasn't our case, they called my hubby next and we were like wait our lawyer isn't here but the IJ didn't wanna hear it, he said he had reached a decision already BUT being that our lawyer wasn't here he was changing the next hearing till Feb. 2010. That he would send a letter to our lawyer in the next couple of weeks with his decision. And he knew that the other side was going to apeal but didn't give in to which side he was in favor of, wether us our them so we shall wait for another few weeks till we know. So once we get the letter and all goes well in Feb. our case will close, BUT if it doesn't go in our favor we will know in a few weeks and will be able to decide wether we will keep on appealing it or not and we will have till Feb to decide. So thank you all for having us in your prayers I will keep you all posted. God Bless you all!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Less than a week till next court...

Oh God!!! Here I am @ work trying NOT to think about our comming court date, kuz when I do I stress the h... out!!! This is soooooo frustrading, I am so scared of what will happen if we loose. Our lawyer says everything looks good, that No he can't promise me it will work out but it does look good. I tell everyone I am prepared for what ever comes, I try to seem like I'm all calm and all but who am I trying to kid!! I am a freaking wreck!!! I am so scared! Even though hubby's been out fighting his case, and working we still haven't been able to save money for we have to be paying off the lawyer fees, our car & truck, rent, bills, babysitter, all that that needs to be taken care off. Now the lawyer says worst case scenario if we loose, hubby will get about 120 days before he self deports, but what if he don't??? God I don't wanna think about that! We need to win, for our kids sake. Aghhhhh!!!!!!!! I am so stressed! So many plans that we have for our future here and now they are all on hold. God please help us!

Thursday, October 15, 2009

You and me we used 2 be together....

Awww mine & Kelly's song :)!!! So finally today after 34 days of her being out hehehe I get to see her .............
I have missed her so much, and really I can't believe it took us this long to see each other, when we do live close by.
I love this girl so much~~~~~~~~~~~>>>>
I am so glad that I got to meet her and spend all those days & nights with her ;)~
24/7 baby or more like 48/14 hehehe
Anywho the tittle to this blog is based on a song by No Doubt that we would sing to each other, and on the day that I was released she sang it to me :) I love you Kel & I will always be here for you, my lovely wifey. MUAHZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

To be or no to be... to have or NOT to have.... These are def. the ?'s

Well Saturday night I was as always trying to catch up on the blogs I am following... And oh my it really got me thinking :(
Here I was Saturday morning going about my usual Saturday morning routine, took the kids to cathechism and left to see some yard sales.... I was so excited kuz I found a doggie stroller for Bimbo for only 10 bucks (what a deal) kuz it's in real good condition practically new, and those run for about 70 bucks new.
Anywho I got that and then I found some Xmas decorations, as anyone who knows me knows I really don't need any more Xmas decorations I already have tons! But ofcourse i bought them... I love decorating for any holiday, specially for Xmas.

So I go about my day....
Then there I was late at night reading the blogs when I go to Melissa's blog (Living on Refried Dreams) and there I was crying & crying.... This last post really hit me hard. I love all of her post, she writes in a way that makes me feel like I am there actually seeing with my own eyes what she's writting about, living what she's living...
So she talks on this posting about the change in life from living here in the states to moving to Mexico, she mentions how when she was here in the states she had lots of Xmas decorations and well how different todo es, how material things sgouldn't matter that much to us, and well it all got me thinking about everything, if we loose our case and have to relocate to Mex I'm gonna have to get rid of most our belongins and well I must admit that really saddens me a lot, even when I know it's just material stuff that I can do with out, and if we where to win our case :) it got me thinking how we don't need all that material stuff how even if we get to stay I need to just get rid of a lot of stuff & be happy knowing that what's really importnant is not how much you have (money wise, decorations, all that) si no what's importnant is that we are healthy and together as a family UNIDOS!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mis Kelly Ann is home Yipeeeeeeee!!!!

So here we are it's Monday Sept. 14th. The wifey is finally home! Hehehe! She got out last Friday, I can't wait to see her, after having spend 71 days together for 24hrs everyday and know not seeing her for almos 5 months, I must admit I really have miss her. It's about time I get a dose of my Kelly Ann :)~ I love you honey, can't wait to see you!

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Counter Appeal

Friday evening I get home and see a package from our lawyer :)~
It is the counter appeal he filed for us, and let me tell you Alleluya!!! I've got sooo much hope now. He specefies on all the diferent ways why it SHOULD NOT be considered an aggarvated felony! Hopefully this all works for us. Please keep on praying for us. We will see when we go to our next court on Oct. 26th.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Jenny's Sentencing

Well today is Sunday the 30th of August, 3 more days for Babygirls sentencing :( Even though I cannot afford to take time off I will defenetly take the morning off to go to her sentencing as I don;t know when I will be able to see her again, in a couple of weeks she will be sent up north to Chowchilla and I doubt I will be able to drive all the way overthere to see her. I really am sad, and honestly scared for her pues it's gonna be more than likely 6 yrs she will be gone. May God watch over her always. I love you Babygirl! Always & Forever!

Monday, August 24, 2009

Julissa"s 5th Birthday

So here we are yet another party, when I know we should be saving every little penny we can, for we don;t know what is going to happen come October :( But then again we can't let the day go by unnoticed for our lil one. Thank God we have family that helps us out! Grampa Moises chipped in 4 the chicken, abulita Gloria bought the cake & did some rice & some jellos. I had already done some in lil spongebob cups, hence it was a Spongebob Bikini Bottom Party! Maggie did the potatoe salad & some rice. Julissa had a blast, origanally we were not going to have nada since she wanted a bike, and well we couldn't afford both a bike & a party, pero gracias a sus tios Pedro & Martina (they gace her the bike) we was able to have a lil something 4 her. She got quite a few gifts of Hello Kitty so now shes says ke pa next birthday she wants a Hello Kitty party hehehe ay estos kids!

Monday, August 3, 2009

Case Appealed

So the DA from Immigration had until August 1st to appeal our case... and they did :(
I'm so afraid of the unknown, with the crisis how it is I really wish I knew what is going to happen, if we are going to loose the case, then we really need to look for a cheaper place to live, so we can finish paying off our debts, and save some money before it happens. And if it is going to work out then not give up our place, kuz I really like it there. I will be going to see our lawyer next week to see what we need to do know. God help us please.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Happy Birthday to my Babygirl Jenny

I really was hoping and praying that she would of been released by now. That her trial would of gone thru and she would have won, but at the last minute she decided to take a deal, and now is looking at getting 6 yrs. It really sucks kux today, her 21st birthday not only does she have to spend in locked up, but I believe she's in the hole. I love and miss you so much mi niña preciosa. Hopefully the time goes by quick and you are able to be with your loved ones soon. Te kiero mucho mi niña! Always & Forever.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Finally the Star Wars Party

Finally Julian was able to celebrate his Birthday! We didn't have a big party for him, again i will mention this the economy had a lot to do with it, pero he sure did have a lot of fun!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Happy 7th Birthday Julian

So today is my baby boys 7th birthday! We were supposed to have a Star Wars Birthday party for him... pero we had to postpone due to the fact that we took him to the dentist and he had 2 teeth pulled (OUCH) I know what kind of mother am I that takes him to the dentist on his birthday. But, the reason it happened this way was because I got a call from the dentist office yesterday that they had an opening and that if I took him they would waive the $180 I had to pay, so siendo how the economy is at the moment I had to do it this way, pero primero Dios we will celebrate him next Saturday. As you can see in his pix that his cheeks are all swollen. Pobresito.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Ok so it's been sooooo long since I've posted. Between being gone for about 4 months, and then when I was finally back being busy @ home & work. I haven't really been able to make time to get on here and post. Even though I have had a lot going on. So I might just backtrack and add stuff later on. For now let's worry about right now hehehe!
Well my mother in law (MIL) left on Saturday. It was a very bittersweet moment. I know that she left with NOT the best memories of me, but I also know that she will remember the good old days, before all the drama happened. When we used to live in peace. Way before all the gossips, chisme, shit talking crap. The good thing that she knew the old me, way before all the drama and all. Seriously I know a lot of people think I'm a real bitch, but like I've always said I can be the sweetest person or the meanest bitch. I treat people as they treat me, no ifs ands or butt's. It is what it is.
I am sad about her leaving kuz of my kid's, they were so used to her, since Julian was 8 months old, she had been here. So when Julissa was born she was here, and the kids are so used to her. And well even though hubby really didn't spend time with her a lot, I know it hurts him kuz she's his mother and he loves her.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Se Vende Un Corazon

Se vende un corazon usado,porque ya no lo quiero componer,tan solo una vez lo han maltratadopero ha sido un golpe muy bien dado,muy lastimado lo han dejado esta vez.Si me lo compran no quiero reclamos,por eso en este aviso de ocasionles digo que es un corazon usado,el que lo quiera de segunda manoes muy humano un riesgo ha de correr.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Happy Mothers Day

Tengo mucho ke agradecerle a mi kerida madre. Claro lo primero y mas importante eske el ke me alla traido a este mundo, se ke sufrio mucho para consevirme y mucho mas a sufrido por lo mal portada ke e sido. Pero aun asi siempre me a kerido y a estado a mi lado en las buenas y en las malas! I LOVE YOU AMA!!!
Me encontre esto en un sitio y me facino...
aunke no realmente me a sucedido ay va....

Mi madre me enseño:

RELIGIÓN.- "Mejor reza para que esta mancha salga de la alfombra".
LOGICA.- "¡¡ Por que yo lo digo, por eso ... y punto!!"
IRONIA.- "Sigue llorando y te voy a dar una verdadera razon para que llores"
SER AHORRATIVA: "Guardate las lagrimas para cuando yo muera"
OSMOSIS: "Cierra la boca y come"
CONTORSIONISMO.- "Mira la suciedad que traes detras de las orejas".
FUERZA DE VOLUNTAD.- "Te vas a quedar ahi sentando hasta que te termines las espinacas"
METEOROLOGIA.- "Parece que un huran paso por tu cuarto"
HIPOCRESIA.- "Te he dicho una y mil veces que no seas exagerado"
CICLO DE VIDA.- "Te traje a este mundo y te puedo sacar de él"
VENTRILOQUIA.- "No me rezongues, callate y contestame: ¿Por que lo hiciste?ODONTOLOGÍA.- "Me vuelves a contestar y te voy a sacar los dientes de una bofetada"
RECTITUD.- "Te voy a enderezar de un solo guantazo"
Nunca podre pagarle lo que me enseño.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Happy Birthday & Welcome Back 2 Me

So I am sooo happy to be back home :) This picture was taken Sunday April 19th, I just came back home yesterday and since my birthday was on the 16th we had a little get together to celebrate my birthday & welcome back. Look at my Julissa how tall she got, her hair grew oh so much too. And my Julian he's taller too. I am so glad everything went well and that I'm able to be back home. So my buddies came over to see me I missed them all so much. It was really good to see them all & be able to spend time with all my loved ones. Como dicen por hay cuando cais en el hospital o la carcel ay saves bien quien son tus true friends. I love you chikas!