Defining Myself A few months ago I decided to come out as an undocumented immigrant. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had carried around this secret that had weighed heavily on my shoulders for years, so much so I had simply got used to the burden and the restrictions that came with it. I … More Defining Myself
As the news story broke last week about my outing myself as undocumented and became the top trending news story on KSBY I was lucky enough to be able to share my story with the San Luis Obispo business community at Good Morning SLO Here is my full speech highlighting this very important issue please … More Coming out speech at GMSLO
Today I made the decision to come out, live on national television (to view the video click here) on ‘The Daily Share‘ airing on Headline News Out of the shadows and into the light. I have lived in America for the past 12 years of my life and consider this great nation my home. I … More Hiding in Plain Sight…………live on national TV
She lights up my soul. The moments were apart are the hardest but in many ways the most sincere and beautiful. When you love someone this much, it affects your state of mind, your well-being. You care about them in a way you never dreamed possible. Those moments she’s driving home fill me with dread … More Love
So here I am looking at the arse of an elephant. A big grey Asian elephant. “Look at the size of its shits!” I casually say. The elephant is wandering around its pen slowly. Looking rather subdued, which matches rather well with the low grey sky hanging overhead. I don’t mind the odd bit of … More The girl in the blue dress…..Part I
Uggghhhh I know, I know. I am such the procrastinator. I host this big old shindig to ‘launch my blog’ on my birthday, write this wonderful first post and then vanish. I only have myself to blame. As a professional procrastinator I have been ‘too busy’ to sit down and write my second blog. It’s not like I sit … More I am still here.
My journey so far…….. A year ago I entered a video contest. It changed my life. I had felt trapped. Convincing myself the stereotypical ‘have a job, pay the bills, find a girl, settle down and make babies’ path was my journey. I was miserable. I grew up in a village of 2,500 people in … More The Journey so far…….