Monday, April 11, 2011

Attack on reproductive rights

I believe a woman should be able to make personal medical decisions
with her doctor without government interference. I believe that a
woman should trust that her doctor is telling her what she needs to
know, not what a politician thinks she ought to be told. I believe that
a woman is making a decision for her own reason, that no two situations
are identical, and that one-size-fits-all laws could jeopardize a
woman's health. I believe that a woman's life matters, and that the
medical decisions affecting her are private decisions, not political
ones. I believe that any woman should be able to confidently say
"Decisions affecting me are between me and my M.D."

The US is going back to the stone age. How sad.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Dougie fresh

I've been back in Granada for a while now, and have been enjoying being back home. Seeing the snow capped Sierra Nevada above the city while walking down a narrow street, or watching the sun go down from my apartment on the 7th floor is beyond description. Anyway, here are a couple of photos to give a perspective of just how close the city is to the mountains. Lots of people go up to ski now, it's the perfect time of year.

Awesome, isn't it??

I woke up this morning to find that mi mama espaƱola Avelina had put a package outside my door. Seeing immediately that it was from Boston, I hurriedly went to the kitchen to get scissors and tear it open! I knew exactly who it was from, and I couldn't WAIT to open it!! Dougie fresh is the best Alpaca anyone could ask for, given to me by this kid. Wow, que chulo esta bufanda!

Simplemente, el me hace feliz.

Saturday, January 1, 2011



" la esmeralda perdida de Irlanda"
Here with Mari, Chuck, and Aoife sipping Barry's, watching the Godfather, exploring Galway, taking in the captivating views, and tempting the local horses with carrots! Tomorrow: pickin' up papa! Happy new year x

In the meantime, enjoying this~