Yesterday was a challenge. Not only we drove through Payson in pouring rain and falling snow, we also ended down the ditch during the blizzard on my way to work at 2:45. It was not too funny when we were there stuck in the middle of nowhere on a freezing temperature but now that I look back, it was quiet an experience and I cannot help but laugh at the situation. This opportunity here New Mexico is proving to be loaded with life lessons, and we are all on an individual learning curve. But on all those times everyone’s patience is tested, we rise up only to find out we manage as a team. On those moments our faith is tested, we are always reminded of the countless blessings we receive every day.
About The Author
I am an Igorota now based in California. I was born and raised in a valley nestled between the pine-forest zones of Cordillera. I am proud of my unique culture and pristine traditions. My ethnicity differentiates me from others, it defines me in a way that no other words can. I take pride in my ancestors' heritage passed from one generation to another. I embrace the rich history that makes up my individuality and respect the land that cradles the place I forever will call home...
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