Category Archives: Costa Rica

We Made It To 5!

I know you’re probably thinking there is something wrong with the world today, that it must be a little off its axis because I’ve finally made my literary debut onto Worldly Rambles. Let me assure you everything is [most likely] … Continue reading

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Gibran & Adrianne: 5 Year Love Birthday

5 years ago today, I made the most momentous decisions of my young life by choosing to get married to Gibran Garcia. On June 15th, 2007, Gibran and I had known each other a mere 16 months and had been … Continue reading

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Latin American Openness

Latin America is known for its openness. A classic example you hear from anyone who spends a longer amount of time in the region is the, “someone we just met took us into their home, fed us, cleaned us up, … Continue reading

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A Rant About Beans

This rant is going to be directed at non-bean-eating societies (most of which are Western). I don’t understand why people don’t want to eat beans, and I feel like there is some kind of stigma towards them. I have had conversations … Continue reading

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Gibran’s Birthday Sale: Zevi Media

My dear husband, Gibran, turned 31 this week.  I asked him what he wanted to do for his birthday, he said “surf”. I asked him if he wanted any special treats on his birthday, he said “ice cream”. And finally, … Continue reading

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