Being the wife of a small business owner comes with its ups and downs. Being the wife of small business owner who is a minority and an immigrant comes with a whole other level of complexity. Let’s get the hardships over first— Responsibility – Of course, with any job you have a large amount of … More The Wife of a Minority and Immigrant Small Business Owner
We visited Harlem High School last week to speak about our story. Read more below! … More Out and About
I’ve never been a very patient person. Jose knows this best that I hate waiting. Waiting for a task to get done around the house, waiting for my package to arrive from UPS, waiting to hear the results on a test—just in general waiting. In part, I think that’s why this whole immigration process can … More The Waiting Game
I never understood the stereotypical “crazy dog person” until I became one myself. Our two dogs are my babies, and the majority of the photos on my phone are of my two pretty pitties, Marble Azul and Paloma Gris. If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you’re going to be inundated with photos of … More When Things Get Ruff
Haley and I had the opportunity to speak to the local DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) chapter. It was the first time publicly speaking to a group of people about the immigration process we are going through. After speaking, I was so excited to see the support these independent and strong women showed us. … More Keep moving forward!
As of February 6th, we’ve been married for 1.5 years. While the 1.5 years sure have not been easy, we’ve done a hell of a job. YOU’VE done a hell of a job being an awesome husband. As an owner of a small business, you work tirelessly to not only provide for us, but for … More Mi Amor
As I write this, I can’t begin to explain how grateful I am for all of the people who have stepped up to share our story, or their own stories with us. Just last week, I had a coworker come up to me, and tell me that he too went through a similar process that … More Change