Tag Archives: family

Experiencing International Exposure

I’m waiting for the metro, tapping my foot anxiously. On this particular morning, I had left my apartment at 8:03 instead of 8:00. So despite my attempts to speed walk gracefully through throngs of slow-moving Spaniards in the one block … Continue reading

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Two’s A Crowd, Three’s A Party…Until They All Fall Down.

If we consider the wise words above by Andy Warhol to hold true, then the pueblicito (little town) named Consuegras that 88-year-old Antonio lives in with his four chickens, three goats, and one horse definitely charts itself proudly on the map of … Continue reading

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Bailando por la vida: La boda de oro

I have been trying to do the math for weeks. Manuela is turning 67… she was married at 19… but she was going to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary, her boda de oro. It wasn’t until halfway through the fiesta that … Continue reading

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Mi familia sevillana

The following are the top 10 reasons why I love my host parents, and why my mother may have a hard time getting me to come home: 1) Their 50th wedding anniversary is in March and they are renewing their … Continue reading

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