As I celebrate the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016 I’m counting down some of the lessons I’ve learned throughout 2015. What are some of the lessons you’ve learned in 2015? Please share and take a look at my list:
His cane swept across the sidewalk. Feet sprung up dodging the tip of the stick as it beat against the soles of their shoes. He was a grumpy man, his body shook to the core as he mumbled incoherently through the crowd. He was restless and the construction zone had little mercy for his blindness. Continue reading Everyone Wants to Tell You How to Live
I felt a hand on my shoulder. I turned around as my friends walked past us off the path of the dirt road. It was hot and the sun seemed to scream past the shade of the waterless dam we were exploring at the Parque Ecologico La Huasteca.
“She wants to know if she can touch your hair,” the women said “and take a picture with you?”
I looked down at the no more than seven-year-old girl she was shoving towards me.
“You will meet only two men in your life: one will make your hands tremble, the other will make them steady.” Continue reading NOW SHOWING: Amai Zenzele, An Intimate Story About the African Woman