How to start a blog I

It’s the beginning of 2019, and you have sworn that you will get that blog out there. The thing is that “that” blog has been a goal for so long that you don’t know where to start. So, let me give you some tips to help you get “that” blog out there. 1.- Perfection does NOT…

Café: Las letras muertas II

Me encontré con un antiguo post, y sin querer queriendo empecé a editarlo, y debo decir que he quedado contenta, y creo que es mucho mejor, o al menos una mejora a la versión original.  Cabe la casualidad que cada vez que el silencio cae en mi alma, acallando la inspiración, tengo una taza de…

Thank you 2018

Today we are saying goodbye to 2018, and as silly as it sounds, I wish I could make it last a little bit longer.  This year brought me lessons, tears, and hardship but also brought me back a fire I thought extinguished, I stood tall, and handle myself better than I had expected in those…

Illuminations

A couple of weeks ago, I left my seclusion to look for our famous illuminations, those shiny almighty lights that entrance people for eternal minutes.  And I found them. They were stunningly beautiful illuminating darkness in a cold windy night.  And for you to enjoy them, I uploaded a little video 🎅: (click on santa)

Lamps: Illuminating obscurity

I decided to walk to Shibuya, but as always the fairies disoriented me, so I ended up in a very different path. It was getting dark, and cold. But as always luck was on my side because I found lamps that enlighten obscurity. And I could say that the lamps didn’t only provide light but…

Hidden beauties

I was on my way to the supermarket weeping around about the boredom of my day, and my week. Yes, my friends, it was one of those days when life seemed ordinary. But then I turned my gaze and I saw it. A hidden beauty was calling me. Inviting me to explore it and I…

Autumn walks: Not so lost anymore

My dear online friends, if you have read my previous post, you know that I easily get lost, I am what the Japanese called Hōkō-onchi (方向音痴) a person, who lacks sense of direction. I get lost everywhere. And as a result, people laugh at my struggle, which it’s ok because I laugh at my own…