Photographer, writer, blogger, and artist. She’s an up and coming Latina– the rest of the world just doesn’t know it yet. She is writing this in third person now and it’s weird so she is going to stop.
The U.S. Pacific Northwest is often associated with miles and miles of forest– evergreens, waterfalls and even volcanoes. I grew up in this region but on the side many people don’t know exists. There is a desert found in the Pacific Northwest, a desert full of life. Explore a collection of stories and articles on everything from Rising Stars To Watch featuring ordinary people doing extraordinary things to my personal struggle with a hidden disease that almost stopped me dead in my tracks…literally.
The physical changes I went through at my worst during the fight with the disease were unbelievable, 105 lbs to almost 200 lbs and my hair lost to chemo returned for a time as a layer of fuzz. The changes on the inside, my soul and being, made all that pale in comparison. I’m good now but the experience remains.
If you are reading this, something I created sparked your interest. I appreciate you taking time out of your day to spend it with me. Thank you. I hope to make you laugh and find the hope and glimmer to get you through the day when you stop by. Don’t Ever Take Your Dog’s Advice On Hair, Adventures of ChocoBandido Garay and Steps are a good introduction to 4utu if you are looking for a smile. Differences abound. I invite you to walk with me and learn why that’s not a bad thing. There is a richness in diversity. Stories in my collections Lupus & Me and Autism Tales are the beginnings of a book.
I want your visit here to be your window. Tell me what you see. I’m listening.