Emiliana, my middle child is the sweetest and kindest girl there is.... she is always trying to be good and do good to others... she has the brightest of smiles, the best part of her smile is that is ALWAYS!!! She also dances Flamenco! and wow... what a style!!! Lately with all the things that happen in Caracas, she has had to deal with a lot of anxiety, she became fearful of being alone, of not being with me... of darkness, and of something bad happening to her and I believe to me. Thank God she has overcome most of these fears, we have talked for hours, we have prayed, we have held hands soooo hard... and one of the things that helped us was never quitting whatever it was that we had started.... one of these things was her Flamenco lessons, so every afternoon whether she felt like it or not... she put on her black skirt and red leotard... and then ¨los tacones¨ (the heels) and she started dancing and tapping all over the place. Every time she has does heels on, you can see how she walks with her head up high and with her smile more radiant than ever!
So letting go of her old tacones, might seem as just something ordinary, but I would like to remember them as our loyal companion for the last two years (we bought them a size larger...). So last night, she wore them and she honored them with a small dance... a small taconeo.... with her biggest fan... me, her mom!!!
the new Tacones!!! look at the color!!!!
Hi! my name is Carolina Perisse de Rico, I am a stay at home architect with the biggest project ever... my girls! The oldest is 13, then I have an 11 year old, and now I am starting again with our three year old happiest toddler ever. Glad you are here, hope you stay a while!
Am now a member of Communal Global!!!