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I sure do miss coming out here for a peaceful walk along the coast or bay. Gonna have to work on doing this more often in the new year. 🌉 #sanfrancisco #sanfranciscobay #sfbayarea #sfbay #pacificocean #coastline #coastlinesfinest #coast #westcoast #westcoastlife #beach #beachlife #goldengatebridge #goldengate #alcatraz #alcatrazisland #coldbeachday #gigart #sfartist #sfartistslife #bayareaartist #instagood #angelisland #northerncalifornia #norcal #ilikewalksonthebeach #perfectview #peacefulplace #oceancurrent #notatourist (at San Francisco, California)
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An intricately detailed carved wood architectural model of a castelated French chateau from the 17th or 18th Century; The ‘roof’ is hinged opening to reveal a series of conceled compartments. It displays exceptional craftsmanship. This unique box / model was probably commissioned as a treasured and deeply personal gift with an inscription: “Donné pour souvenira ma cousine.” and dated “1877”. This box is not yet online. Come by and see it, Garden Court Antiques / epoca at 1700 16th Street in San Francisco.
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I am Latina I am no longer only Nicaraguan

I live in the United States of America and here, I am a Latina; I am no longer only Nicaraguan. Just like the Costa Ricans, Salvadorans, Colombians, Argentineans, and all the people from Latin America, I belong to the Latin community. We are all the cultures of every Latin country combined into one, which is unfair because we are each unique, but it unites us so it’s ok with me.

This year marked my 10th year in San Francisco, CA. I came here for a master’s degree and then when I became unemployable because of my international status, I enrolled in the university again. After graduation and two kids, I found a job and was offered visa sponsorship. I was so happy you could have felt my excitement. But I was so nervous too. I experienced feelings of gratitude, anxiety and hope all mixed up into one powerful energy that carried me around for the next three years, during which I failed to get into the visa lottery twice. Then the lawyer suggested I apply for a Green Card and my boss agreed. We started the process which meant more anxiety, more time, more lawyers and more paperwork. By then, the work permit I’d gotten through the university had expired and I was to stop working for an indefinite period of time, until my Green Card application was either approved or rejected.

Throughout all the years of filling out paperwork for universities, visas, and hospital visits in San Francisco, I’ve always had to check a box that classifies my Ethnicity. The answer most fitting to me is Hispanic/Latino. I proudly check off that box, but when I do, I can’t help but wonder about which kind of stereotype will I be placed under: what does Hispanic/Latino mean for them? And, what if is not the same as it does for me?

For me, being Latina/o means that passion is in your genes and it guides you. It guides you when your country feels too small for you to grow in. Your passion guides you when your intuition whispers …the world is your home, your country is just a starting point, go on, explore your world. To be Latina/o means you want to see more, you know there is a world that exists outside of your family portrait and you want to conquer it. Being Latina/o means you are determined; you are eager to discover what is out there waiting for you. It means that you will pack your bags and fly into the unknown. Most likely you will crash-land on an unfamiliar place, with no cushioned bed for your back to softly rest, but you will get somewhere. You will dream and you will work for the opportunities of the new country. You will get up every day and fight for what you know you want.

To be Latina/o means that your family will fly more than 3,000 miles to see you graduate and celebrate your accomplishment together. It means that they will celebrate your first job on the other side of the phone line, and they will scream, laugh and cheer, and you will feel them right next to you and their excitement will keep you warm. Or that you will attend your siblings’ weddings and your nephew’s birth via Facetime and be a part of the family gathering during your Abuela’s funeral, watching on your phone screen how everyone hugs and celebrates her life.

It also means that there will be times when life gets so complicated that you will question your decision to stay, and figure it might be time to go back. But wait, now you have a home and a family and really good friends. So, as a good Latina/o you will fight to stay in your new city because that is what you do, you don’t give up easily. And when your work permit expires like mine did, you will figure out how to navigate the immigration system as well as you can and you will desperately wait for a very long time until the day you open your mailbox and discover your Green Card has finally arrived.

To be Latina/o means that you are constantly thinking about your family back where they are, and you will make yourself available to help them whenever they ask. It means that you will teach your mom to video chat over Whatsapp so you can be as close to each other as you can. You will spend your work commute speaking in Spanish with her discussing, during every other call, why you don’t want to go back and live an easier life, more comfortable, and most importantly closer to them. You will explain to her once again that comfort and convenience, even though you’d kill for a week off house chores and childcare, is not what you seek. For you now know that the extra hard work is worth it if it will help you maintain the independence you’ve acquired.

To be Latina/o means that you and your friends will share stories about your home country over a warm Phở, or while celebrating Thanksgiving eating Pumpkin Pie. It means that you will take your Brazilian friends to eat Nicaraguan food at one of the only Nicaraguan restaurants in the city, and you will be taken by your Salvadoran friends to eat the best Pupusas in town. It means that when the famous Nicaraguan singer Carlos Mejia Godoy is touring in your city, you will gather your Nica friends to enjoy with them the Folklore of your country. It means that at friend’s parties you will hear a noisy melody of Spanish and English sprinkled with some Portuguese, Russian and French; the voices of people from all over the world who are united, for now, by the place they chose to call home.

To be Latina/o means that you have an 85-year old aunt who tells you all the stories of your hometown. She lives in a comfy apartment in the heart of the Mission District, where everybody knows her even though she doesn’t speak English, and spends most of her days watching a mix of Mexican Novelas and Wild West movies, Don Francisco and Noticiero Univision. She is the Giants’ biggest fan, she watches every game and even if they keep losing, she cheers them on with passion…because Baseball is her sport, the one that ties her to her Latin roots back home, where she doesn’t belong anymore. This aunt provides a safe space for the ones who’ve left their warm homes searching for a different life. She cooks the best gallopinto, and a delicious Sopa de Res that will make you nap on her couch for five hours straight. She will keep the roots of your culture alive. Once a year, for her birthday she will reunite all sorts of people for a party that starts at 4 pm and has no ending time. Where her sobrinos will make new primos and good friends will turn into first-degree family. You will see this aunt of yours once or twice a month; first you’re going alone to listen to her life advice, and if you are lucky like I was, she will cast a spell on you and tell you right from the start You will find your love in this city and here you will stay. And it will happen. Every time you visit her she will feed you Nacatamales and Chancho con Yuca because you’re too thin. Eat, eat, eat and drink some coffee too. Later you will visit her with your kids and she will still be there to feed them tortillas con queso and beg for a kiss, leaving a bright red mark on their chubby cheeks. You will go to her birthday party and drink tequila and beer. The sobrinos will be playing the piano, maracas, and guitar, singing La Vida es un Carnaval while she dances in the middle of what yesterday was her living room but for tonight is her dance floor. She would likely be dressed in red, smiling, singing, living, being happy, surrounded by people young and old, affluent and not. The mother of the tribe, the tia who makes you proud. To be a Latina/o means that you will find family wherever you land.

As Latina/o, you get to carry your culture around the world. You are allowed to pick and choose which parts of that culture makes sense for you. You can modify it for yourself, adjust it for your lifestyle, you no longer have to adjust your personality to your culture and beliefs. You are going to have the opportunity to mix up your culture with the many cultures you are going to experience in a new place that is also yours, that is part of your life and history as much as your original country was. It means that you are from more than one place, you have history here and there.

Being a Latina/o means that you will use your voice, your art or your skills to join your people in protesting against yet another dictatorship that wants to ring lawless over them. You will write poems in form of protest, and sing songs that stir controversy, you will paint your flag one brushstroke at a time to show the world the amount of people that have died standing their ground, protecting their land. You will hurt from afar, see the blood staining your beautiful paradise, and you will care. You will care for those who lost their jobs because of a new political crisis, and those who were wrongly jailed while practicing their right to protest. You will collect funds for them, bake cookies, buy bracelets, host dinner parties, buy raffle tickets, you will do whatever you can. You will go out to the streets of your new city and protest for your country’s freedom.

Being Latina/o means that you are representing a whole community and you must know that what you do matters. It means that you are in a position to show the world the kindness of your people. You are a messenger of their goodwill. You are responsible for what you do and how you do it, and you are careful because you know you have a culture to represent. Unfortunately, it also means that you are a number, part of a statistic — When I had my first child, the doctors, nurses, practitioners and most everybody that entered my room would ask me what kind of contraceptive I was going to take to not get pregnant again anytime soon because you know Latin American women have too many kids in their households. The numbers show that they have one kid after the other, and that’s not great honey!. Thank God it was until I was 30 years old that I felt the burden of being part of the wrong statistic instead of a unique human being. But because I am Latina/o, I had the strength and courage to twist around the negativity that was imposed on me by the health care system. In time, I learned to use the numbers in my favor and now I can proudly say that I am a Latina/o who holds two Master’s Degrees and is comfortable working in the white male-dominated tech industry in San Francisco. As a Latina/o, that is a number I am proud of, it serves as exposure of what we are capable of doing with the support of family, friends and the strong web that Latinos have thread for one another as a unified community.

One of the best parts of being Latina/o is that you talk so beautifully different, you have an accent, you will always have it and one day you will learn that your accent is one of your biggest assets. We speak kind of singing and we immediately know to differentiate a person from Chile to one from Panama just by hearing them speak. As a Latina/o, we are free to approach a person heard speaking Spanish as Nicaraguans speak, and shamelessly say in Spanish You gotta be from Nicaragua, am I right? — yes, I am from Nicaragua. I knew it, me too! Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too! And then you go on with your life reminiscing about your country, your food, your family and your friends. Proud of yourself for building a new life out of dust and thin air, out of work and sweat, out of dreams and dedication, out of passion and love.

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#SpokenWord Seth Carmenatty (@sethfeatha) performs a curated and customized spoken word poetry piece called “Estimated Whisper,” as part of @firstpreshayward’s Advent Series, “World on Fire,” which enters into Advent and explores hope in the middle of a world on fire.⁣⁣

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Seafood is definitely delicious! are the best! Have yourself some Alaskan king crab legs handy?!? Tired of just eating them steamed and cold with butter? Instead, you should enjoy them with Viet Kieu Company Dipping Sauce in a delicious spring roll! The delicious king crab legs rolled in rice wrappers, spring greens, and rice noodles. The final dip with Viet Kieu Company Authentic Dipping Sauce will seal the deal! Enjoy!

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