(Note: Please check the WHO for current information on how this is progressing. This post is simply about my experiences I’ve had in regards to this issue from January 31-March 17.)
I know what you’re thinking:
(Probably not, but let’s pretend I do):
What is a cuento? Continue reading “A Cuento of Two Cuencas: Ecuador and Spain”
Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Sol, Madrid is the Spanish equivalent to celebrating New Year’s Eve in Times Square.
So naturally, that’s how I wanted to ring in 2020.
Most NYEs for me have been boring. Usually, I’ve worked to get holiday pay. Better to get paid more than pay a lot more to go to the same bars, right?
But the 2010s have been an epic decade for me. Continue reading “Celebrating the New Year in Sol, the Heart of Madrid”
On my 29th birthday this year, an astrologer told me that 2019 would be life changing.
“Do you want to see a bunch of sheep walk through the city center at noon today?”
I can’t think of a better text to wake up to on a Sunday morning.
So of course I said yes. Continue reading “A Serendipitous Sighting of Sheep and Shepherds in Sol (Madrid, Spain)”