Celia, Father kissing her, Uncle Guillermo, Mother, Uncle Manuel at Celia’s High School Graduation Party Neither of my parents were raised by their biological parents; however, they were given love and support the way their aunts, who raised them, knew best. They, in turn, provided
In Nicaragua, people tell stories to each other while rocking in the ever present rocking chairs. This is our way of expressing ourselves, making connections and entertaining visitors. So, I’ll proceed to tell you a story about my formal schooling which started at an early
According to my father, a Nicaraguan historian, Granada, the city of my birth, is the oldest city in the Americas, founded in the first quarter of the 1,500’s. Family folklore has it that I was born at 6:00 a.m. in my mother’s home. Early that
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