Category: Body Business
My best friend is 10
This trip was on my mental dream board for 2yrs. My 5yr old daughter and I attended the first Munoz/Fernandez Family Reunion in Carlsbad, NM.
My family made many trips to Carlsbad during my youth and we are blessed to have attended!!
We finished our vacation up in Sedona, AZ where we made new friends for life and relaxed against a beautiful backdrop of Canyons.
10 days, 4,000 miles, 5 flights, 2 road trips & 2 “lost” 50lb suitcases later, I’m back to share with you the highlights of our trip! ❤️
First day of kindergarten
You make me feel like FOREVER…..
Fresh air gives you more energy and a sharper mind
You may have noticed after spending time outside, you come back indoors feeling brighter and perhaps ready to get back to work. More oxygen results in greater brain functioning, improving your concentration skills and providing you with more energy.
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We love our daddys of the world!
Happy Fathers Day Wishes, Messages and Quotes for Boss
Father’s Day celebrations are not just limited to dads but extend to all the fatherly figures we have around us. Celebrate this day with your boss who is like a support to you at work with Happy Father’s Day wishes for boss.
Happy Fathers Day Wishes for Boss
“You are the most inspirational leader we have seen in our career who motivates us all to perform better and better…. Happy Father’s Day to you boss.”
“With a boss like you, I have find a mentor and a fatherly figure in you who is so caring and supportive…. Warm wishes on Father’s Day to you.”
“You are not just my boss but you are also like a father to me who has always been there for me…. Wishing a very Happy Father’s Day.”
“To the boss who is more like a father to me, I wish the best of success and happiness to you on the occasion of Father’s Day.”
“On this Father’s Day, I want to thank you for all your guidance like a boss and affection like a father…. Happy Father’s Day.”
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Super Dad, we know our expectations are high
He never looks for praises.
He’s never one to boast.
He just goes on quietly working
For those he loves the most.
His dreams are seldom spoken.
His wants are very few,
And most of the time his worries
Will go unspoken, too.
He’s there…a firm foundation
Through all our storms of life,
A sturdy hand to hold onto
In times of stress and strife.
A true friend we can turn to
When times are good or bad.
One of our greatest blessings,
The man that we call Dad.
SUPER DAD OR MOM!
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It is the simple sounds that fill my cup
That is what we are, Indigenous to the Americas.
What Does Indigenous Americas Mexico Mean?
Indigenous Mexican Americans or Mexican American Indians are American citizens who are descended from the Indigenous peoples of Mexico.
For more than 200 years, New Mexico existed as part of colonial Mexico, then for 25 years as a territory of Mexico. Those historical events shaped New Mexico and led to a war with the United States in 1846 that would change the state forever.
Native American groups have inhabited the region of New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, and Utah for thousands of years — many centuries before Europeans reached the Americas.
What does Indigenous Americas Mexico mean ancestry?
All the people with DNA from any of the regions above have ancestors who were the original inhabitants of North and South America. These people are often referred to (in English) as Native American, First Nations, American Indian, Amerindian, Aboriginal, or Indigenous People of the Americas.
What does this mean to me?
My birth certificate issued in 1980 shows my “race” as Mexican. Based on my family’s heritage and culture I have always identified as a “Mexican” and not “Mexican American”, allow me to explain.
When speaking Spanish, I am often asked about my ethnicity. When I state I am “Mexican”, the next question is always “what part of Mexico are you from”?
My response…. Texas.
This is where race, heritage and ethnicity can get confusing for anyone not indigenous to that territory or a self-proclaimed YouTube scholar like myself.
I am of mixed race. My father considered “Mexican” and my mother “Caucasian”. I have chosen the identity of Mexican not only because a birth record had chosen for me, but also our family’s culture.
In the early 80’s there was still a stigmatism placed on a Caucasian woman who reproduced or married a “minority”. Although my mother’s family accepted me, I have never felt “white”. My parents did not stay married, and I was adopted and raised by my fraternal grandparents.
My household language was Spanish, I speak Spanish fluently, I attended a Spanish speaking church and congregated most often with the Hispanic side of my family.
Although I call myself Mexican, that reference is still not completely accurate. My heart lies with Indigenous Mexican Americans or Mexican American Indians.
That is what we are, Indigenous to the Americas.