Mother, Daughter and John 15:13


A friend of mine was texting me the other night with issues she was having with her daughter, Mothers Day had come and passed and all she received from her daughter was a text stating Happy Mothers Day. Shallow and cold, I will admit, but not unexpected. The relationship between them has always been a … Continue reading Mother, Daughter and John 15:13

Retreat to Success: A Book Review


Anyone who has read my blog or knows me, knows that I love to read. You would also know that I love to read all different types of books, from Catholic to Stephen King and everything in-between, reading is the elixir of life, books are your friend when no one else it, books are the … Continue reading Retreat to Success: A Book Review

The Mexico I thought I would never see


href="https://anamericanpointofview.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/20120610-101037.jpg"> My job takes me all over the world, I have the privilege of visiting many countries and making amazing friends everywhere I go. Mexico is no different. Eight months ago I was in Mexico City, not for work, but for a celebration. My good friend was getting married, and I was given the privilege … Continue reading The Mexico I thought I would never see

Questions of Force and Faith


The death of 15-year-old Jaime Gonzalez has shaken this neighborhood along the U.S.-Mexico border, where parents already burdened by economic woes and street gangs are now faced with explaining the tragedy to their children. Making it especially hard: It remains unclear to his parents and investigators why Jaime — a drum major who danced in … Continue reading Questions of Force and Faith

Sometimes simple is well enough


Something's should not be messed with, some traditions are sacred and should remain untouched. But there are always some who feel a little twist here and a little change here makes things better. Take, for example all the restaurants that feels a need to “fix” the American classic, grilled cheese. A simple delight as it is, but … Continue reading Sometimes simple is well enough

Mr. Steve Jobs and the world


<Before I start my main point I want to take a moment to say this, I would like to offer my prayed and respect to the family and friends of Mr. Steve Jobs. In this time of need I hope the family and friends will find comfort in Gods loving hands. I would also like … Continue reading Mr. Steve Jobs and the world

Our Lady of Guadalupe and a wedding


As part of my vacation in Mexico City (truth be told, I am here as best man in my friend's wedding) I had the opportunity to visit a Holy place, Our Lady of Guadalupe, (link). What an. Honor it was, but I was a little sad to find out that the week prior to my … Continue reading Our Lady of Guadalupe and a wedding

What can we do?


Ok, it has been some time for me since I last blogged, but there is a reason, I was out of the country, in Germany and now am in Mexico, so my mind has not been on blogging. But I thought I would give it a try using my iPad, I have never posted a … Continue reading What can we do?

I am no Superman


As many of you know I have taken in a young man from Cameroon Africa, he has live with me for the past 3 1/2 years or so. And recently I have added to my family a second young man from Africa. He has been with us for a few months. Now it’s not that … Continue reading I am no Superman

Illegal aliens to get tax funded perks while in detention


 GOPUSA » Fresh Ink » Illegal aliens to get tax funded perks while in detention   Reading this above news link just made me mad…. Why is it the current administration can not understand that if you enter the United States with out the proper paperwork you are an illegal? What is so hard about … Continue reading Illegal aliens to get tax funded perks while in detention