Mike n Nessa
We are a couple who just want to share creative ideas and stories out into the world!
The Legendary Lobster Village
Food has this amazing ability to bring all kinds of people together. Friends, family, dates, acquaintances, and sometimes even total strangers. No matter the occasion, time of day, how big or small the meal is, it always leaves room to create new memories. Or open the opportunities to talk about old memories and events that happened throughout the day. I grew up in a Hispanic and Mexican family; My mom and her side of the family are from the Country of Honduras and dad is from the City of Guadalajara, in Mexico along with his side of the family. I learned very quickly that food is one of our top traditions that will never fail at bringing us all together. To not only be surrounded by parents and siblings (if I had any siblings) but also with grandparents, aunts, uncles, along with perhaps twenty or more cousins. Celebrations are a real party at our house, but the best stories are from our mini vacations get aways.
Never Stopped Giving
My mother read me all kinds of bed time stories growing up. Ones with Princes and Princesses most likely from Disney books and others such as “Little Critters,” “ No, David”and “Madeline” and so many others. The one bed time story that stood out to me the most out of all the others, was the one that brought tears to my eyes and still manages to at least make them watery to this day. “The Giving Tree” written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein is a picture book story about a boy and his relationship/friendship with a tree as he grows from little boy to elderly man, written and structured for children. The Book was published on October 7, 1964 and the story is considered by, if not all, many as a sad story that is able to capture messages that can be interpreted in many ways. Such a story felt too so sad for publishers to categorize the book as a children’s story and it almost did not publish due its simple written form yet honest slice of life. However, thanks to and published by Ursula Nordstrom, this book was able to go on shelves. A decision that would impact all readers of all ages.
I have probably reread and retyped this very sentence more times then anyone could count, and being an adult in my late twenties, I am finally learning to accept this of myself more and more. I have dyslexia, and what that means is, I and so many others have difficulty learning reading, writing, spelling and interpreting words, letters, and symbols. This dose dose not effect intelligence what so ever but for many years I felt left out from other individuals thinking that I was just not smart enough to even be in the same room with them. School was a struggle and growing up, my parents thought reading and writing was something I needed more practice on and that I would soon get better at eventually. My parents and I didn’t know what the true nature of my struggle was, nor did we even think it had a name! Even though writing is a subject I love and fear at the same time, I want to share my story of having dyslexia and share tips that I do or tell myself that help me through the day in hopes that it helps other out ther in the world.
The Unsolved Case of The Girl Scout Murders.
In the early morning of June 13, 1977, a camp counselor was on her way to the showers when she found a girl’s sleeping bag near the forest and trail. Inside the sleeping bag would be an innocent victim, party naked, and brutally murdered. Tragically, it was soon found the 10 year old girl was not alone in this crime. Two other young innocent victims would be discovered in this heartbreaking brutal murder and sexual assaults.
Celebrate With Pride
Hello loves of all creations! We are in celebration, and we should share this to the whole world. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 Let’s celebrate identity, the courageous journey, self-love and all loves, acceptance, and so much more. But the one reason we should all celebrate is for pride. To stand tall with pose and show the pride in who you are. It’s 2021 and the world is talking which leads to sharing, posting, motivation, inspiring others to do the same because no one should have to feel alone.
The Summer Vacation
What was I expecting on this summer vacation? Luxuries by the pool and seafood that matched the price of the finest wine. Instead, I was in full rejection, seeing the destination of the location.