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    Japanese Vending Machines

    Japanese Vending Machines I’ve talked before here on the blog about my mom living in Japan for a year when she was in her 20s.  She brought some of the culture home with her and instilled it in us, her kids.  Ever since I was little, I’ve been fascinated with Japanese culture and have always wanted to visit.  Someday, I hope to…but for now, I find myself binge watching YouTube videos. Over the past few years, one of the things…

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    Bicultural Bliss: 10 Benefits of Biculturalism

    Bicultural Bliss: 10 Benefits of Biculturalism I was reading a post from Multilingual Living and I couldn’t help but smile.  I loved Corey’s “10 Reasons Why You Should Marry a Foreigner“!…

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    Connecting our Kids to South Texas Culture

    Connecting our Kids to South Texas Culture Even when we were in Michigan and South Dakota, we were thinking about Texas. It was hubby’s dream.  Ever since he left South Texas…

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    Mexican Ice Cream by Fany Gerson

    Mexican Ice Cream by Fany Gerson I recently traveled to San Antonio, with my friend Vianney from Sweet Life, to attend a private party for Fany Gerson  Fany is the author…

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    Easter Traditions in Texas Pt. 2

    Easter Traditions in Texas Pt. 2 by Ricardo Patiño In this weeks vlog, Ricardo shares some of the things he loves about celebrating Easter in Texas. From paper flowers to church…

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    Pero Like: What is a Pocha / Pocho?

    What is a Pocha / Pocho? by Ricardo Patiño Pocha or Pocho is negative term used to shame Mexican Americans for not being Mexican enough.  You’re a sellout for embracing American…