I am a titi.

I am a titi—in Spanish, that means, aunt. At my age, many of my peers have children of their own, graduating from college: some, even grandchildren. Although, I may never hear anyone call me mommy, mama, or grandma, I’m okay with that. I’m grateful for the experiences God has given me to share with the children in my life.

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A Thousand Miles Between Us: Long Distance Love

On any given day, nearly a thousand miles rest between this married couple of two years—and that’s when they’re at…

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Mother and Daugthers

After the tragic loss of her husband in 1982, Joy became a single mother at 32 to her son, 3, and two…

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