about me

Sept. 2013 / This blog started out as a god-knows-what kind of outlet for my thoughts. For a time it was a bit political (coinciding with mexican elections over in 2012), it’s sometimes funny and cynical, but it mostly is about my pain and my journey within and across it. My original ‘about’ description of both myself and this blog are down here. I’ve left them there because they’re still true, though I just don’t think they’re enough anymore. However, since I’m hardly the catchy-descriptions most-talented-writer, I’ll leave them up and let you decide for yourselves.

 

P.S. Should any one of you discover what my blog is about, could you let me know? 😀

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June 2012 / Hoping to overcome it I’m a mexican mad girl who wishes to write some content totally not about cats. Ramblings Topics may range depending on whatever butterflies thoughts are currently on my mind, though I hope to write mostly about my perfectly adorable cats  Mexico, history, books, my depression, and the-thesis-that-must-not-be-named.

In order not to beg for money on the streets I have been known to teach English to screaming children.

43 thoughts on “about me

  1. Thanks for following my blog. I shall do the same with yours. I have a search box in case you want to read more cat poems (not saying that’s all you read about). Somewhat as a mirror image, I used to teach Spanish to estadounidense kids and took them to a host school in northern Sonora for short homestays.

    • Hi, thanks or taking the time to check out my blog 🙂 I’ll definitely check out your other cat poems 😉 Also, it’s nice to be in touch with other teachers 🙂 I don’t know Sonora, I’m more from the southern part of Mexico, but I’m sure it’s lovely. Nice to meet you!

      • southern is lovelier. north is desert and cattle and narcotraficantes. but its own particular stark beauty, i suppose. I’ve lived in the capital, and traveled chiapas a bit, too

        • The sad thing is narcotráfico is everywhere, and there are some pretty scary places in all right in southern Mexico like Michoacan or even Oaxaca. Me, I live in the capital, which has become (as weird as it would have sounded some years ago) the safest place to be in. I don’t know Chiapas, but its famous for its beauty (though I have to say mosquitoes freak me out :S)

          • I lived on the west side, near the periferico, at the cdom, the centro deportivo olimpico mexicano, near the hippodromo. we would take buses out of the smog to desierto de los leones or even as far as toluca to run

  2. Nice to officially be introduced 🙂

    Would you mind if I used this as a short description of your blog beside your name on my readers’ page?: This blog is about … “Mexico, books, depression, and the-thesis-that-must-not-be-named.” I can add the part about your perfectly adorable cats if you want, hehe =P

    http://yourdailydoseblog.com/2012/10/11/a-page-dedicated-to-my-readers-your-blogs-please-help-me-finish-it-by-describing-your-blog-in-10-words-or-less/

    Thanks, love! xoxo

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