A 90% of the time when I hide something I can’t find it. My husband loves making fun of me. He loves making jokes calling me an old woman. Believe me, one of these days I will smack him on his head. However, in his behalf, I do forget where I hide them in the first place.

As today these items are hiding:
1- my Fitbit cord- I need to charge and find it as soon as possible.
2- My husband birthday gift- It’s a gift card to his favorite store and his birthday was in May
3- A pair of handmade bows I bought for my baby granddaughter. I bought it in May and I’m sure is in the same bag with the gift card.
4- A nail polish I bought at Christmas time. I’m sure is in one of my drawers, but which one.
5- The key of my bedroom door- my husband has to make me a new one.

The list can go on and on. Some days I will find it immediately or I can be looking for days and not have a clue. I’ve proven I can hide things with one small problem, it can stay hidden forever.


Daily Post: Hidden


I missed you!

” I left the light in my heart on, in case you ever wanted to come back home.”



I’m back home and missing my granddaughters very much. After spending four weeks in Arizona and getting beat up by the heat it was time to get back. Of course I’ve be spending the day cleaning the house, paying bills, laundry, and answering emails.

Also I’m getting ready for work on Monday since school starts on Wednesday and the cafeteria needs to be ready.

The house feels quiet, empty, and depressing as a result it’s time to get into my computer.

So here is my one-liner prompt for today and tomorrow I will start writing regarding my time in Arizona with my grandkids.


In response to One-liner Wednesday hosted by Linda G. Hill.

Home Turf

My home is where I spent time with my family. That’s the reason during the holidays my house is always full, because I love to cook and entertain.
After a long day at work I love to spend my time in the living room. The first thing after I take my shoes off I have my cup of coffee and I take a tiny nap in my couch with the TV on of course. I can’t miss my favorite afternoon shows Family Feud and Judge Judy.
This is what makes my house a cozy home:
  1. My husband, my kids, grandkids, and my two dogs
  2. The TV
  3. My books
  4. My cozy couch
  5. The family photos


Name five things in your house that make it a home.

Thanks for the lovely prompt suggestionthekyleinator!


Burning Down the House- My Purse

I will take a few items, of course  I’m assuming that my family and my dog are safe I will run to my bedroom and grab:

My huge purse, I hang it on my bedroom door.  That’s the  purse I use for work and I always carry my wallet, a bottle of water, a granola bar, my keys, and a hair brush.

Next I will go to my night stand and grab my mom’s bible, my kindle, and my phone and place it in my purse.

I will empty a small jewelry box that I keep in my drawer with my mom’s wedding rings, her necklace, and my wedding band. Oh! and the candy bar that I hide.

After that I will go to the living room and take my laptop and my hard drive. Getting close to the door, I will put my shoes and grab my mom and my grandkids pictures.

I know is more than five items, but my purse is big enough to carry all of this. Yes it would be heavy; however it will be worth it.

So, what would you grab on your way out?


In Response to the daily prompt: Your home is on fire. Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe). What did you grab?



You, Robot

First of all, my robot would be called Rover. He would take my place at work once a while. I think it would be fun for the kids to see a robot cooking for them. Having a little break from work and continue getting paid would be a great idea.


Then when I return back to work he can take care of the house. He should cook, clean, dishes, sweep, mop, dust, laundry and taking care of the garden. Listing the chores gives the impression is a lot of work now I understand why I’m always tired. So, bring me that robot.


Congrats—you’ve been handed a robot whose sole job is to relieve you of one chore, job, or responsibility you particularly hate. What is it?—The Daily Post


To read the Daily Prompt follow this link: The Daily Prompt/You Robot



Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!


Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day. It’s a day to be thankful and grateful for all the things we have during the year. I’ve a lot to be thankful for and spending time with my family it’s one of them.

I love Thanksgiving! It’s the beginning of the most beautiful time of the year and my favorite holiday. This is the holiday we don’t have to exchange gifts. We just share recipes, spend time together, watch football, and enjoy the good food.

Since early in the morning, my husband and I will be in the kitchen. Among cooking we will and watch the Macy’s parade. My family will arrive after 2pm and they will enjoy the football game. I’ve a great menu to prepare (of course), turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, rice, the delicious pie, flan, rice pudding (puertorican style), cookies and the finishing touch a glass of wine or beer for the grown-ups and a fruity punch for the kids. Yummy!

This is what I’m grateful for. We are blessed!

My family loves Thanksgiving, too. They love making beautiful memories, taking pictures, and have a fun day.

“I will reflect on the joys of life”. After I went through with breast cancer my family is my priority. I’m blessed to spend time with them and enjoy life.

I would like to wish each and every one a Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy your love ones!
~See you soon~