I started this tradition last year.
I reviewed my posts for the entire year (which was kind of interesting in a wow-is-that-a-train-wreck? kinda way, but that's not important right now) and picked a mix of some of my favorites.
These links are a pretty good representation of what it's like Living the Vida Loca, MBFCF-style.
If you've been a regular reader, I thank you for your time and attention and your cyber-love. You may enjoy going into my cyber-time machine and re-living this past year via the following blog posts.
If you're new to my blog, make yourself at home and enjoy this slice of my Cuban-American life in the O.C.
1. The Writing is On the Wall – The one where I take you on a tour of the walls of my freakishly small cottage-like home.
2. A Living Legacy – The one where my mom turned 96 and had her photo taken with (almost) everyone in my big, fat, Cuban family.
3. Amy's Trip to Cuba – The one where Amy Kikita (my daughter) goes to Cuba and shares how she experienced the island and the people and how she ended up meeting Cuban dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez of Generacion Y. This link is to all the posts from her trip.
4. How Google Works – A Very Cuban Explanation – The one where my 96 year old mom explains how the internet search engines work. She calls them Cuco and Yayo (Google and Yahoo) and becomes an instant Youtube hit among Cubans everywhere.
5. How to Turn 55 While in Miami – In which I drag out my birthday celebration for days and enjoy a wonderful party and my husband's sweet surprise.
6. How to Throw a Virtual Birthday Party – In which I surprise and amaze my daughter by having everyone she knows post a birthday greeting. (*takes bow*)
7. Hasta La Vista, Baby! – In which my son, Adam, moves far away and leaves me sad. (*wipes away a tear*)
11. The Mother Ring – In which I tell about how I received a family heirloom.
12. Nochebuena. Cubans. Photobooth. (Pachanga!) – In which I manage to capture the silliness and beauty that is my big, fat, Cuban family.
It's a nice compilation, isn't it?
I'll just keep writing in 2011. I hope you come back. My blog-casa is your blog-casa. =D
Happy New Year!