Female , 36-40

Last Seen Mar 24, 2011
Member Since Apr 30, 2010
Favorite Quote Lo Que Esta Para Ti, Nadie Te Lo Quita!
  • a little Cuban
  • and a little Sicilian
Vices Night owl
Politics Liberal
Horoscope Aquarius
Special day 2-17
Books All Vampire, Psychological Mysterys, Fantasy
Music Rock-Grunge
Movies All Vampire Movies, Psychological Thrillers, Horror
Local Time May 30th, 7:40 AM

I Had A Dream

I was picking up my children at my childhood elementary and it was in black and white. A male adult walked next to me and starred. His eyes were yellow and I was able to see in color shortly after I... [more]
freedom37 has shared 1 Mature Experience
  • I Like Spicy Food

    Until My Ears Ring    My goodness I love spicy anything.  I lived in Guadalajara, Mexico for about 6yrs as a child.  Now I'm Cuban and Sicilian, we really don't eat spicy food but living th… [more]
  • I Am a ___. Ask me Anything.

    Jill Of All Trades     Ask me anything implies for me that if you'd like to know about family, food, cigars, business, jobs, kids, babies, art, scuba diving, just life, well I am here to help. &… [more]
  • I Am Cuban

    Azucar!      "AZUCAR", the famous saying of Celia Cruz.  I'm a cigar roller, taught at the age of thirteen.  I love being Cuban, it's nothing but p… [more]
  • I Support Vh1 Save The Music

    Soul Strings     If there was no music my soul would bleed.  Music plays the strings in my soul. … [more]
  • The Daily Recipe Project 07/12/10

    Posted on: June 11th, 2010 at 8:49PM

    What to make your own table top seasoning? 07/12/10 SPRINKLE-ON TABLE TOP SEASONING 1/4 Cup of Splenda 1 Tablespoon seasoned salt 1 Tablespoon garlic powder 1 Tablespoon celery salt 1 Tablespoon onion powder 1 Tablespoon paprika 1 Tablespoon chili powder 2 Teaspoons pepper 1 Teaspoon lemon pepper 1 Teaspoon sage 1 Teaspoon mustard 1/2 Teaspoon thyme 1/2 Teaspoon cayenne pepper Just stir everything together. It's nice to store this in a shaker-top jar with a lid, such as one from a purchased seasoned blend that you've used up. Spice up your meals instead of leaving it bland. Have a quick healthy and tasty salad. … [more]


  • Frito pie pan 6/15/10

    Posted on: June 21st, 2010 at 2:52PM

    For those who love salty treats. Even though high in sodium and carbs the frito pie is one of my sinful indulgences. Fairly easy to make and quite of few people know it already I just figured to post it anyway. Ingredients- Four eggs, (2) boxes Jiffy corn bread mix, large bag of Frito chips (chili cheese flavor optional and preferred by me), big bag of shredded cheese (mexixan or pizza style preferred), 2 big cans of chili beans( your preference of brand). Items needed- One good sized cake pan (not the square one), mixing bowl and beater. 1) MIx the jiffy boxes as directed and add the for eggs for moistness and so it doesnt fall completely apart. 2) Spay or use crisco to lube up the pan … [more]


  • My Cigar Rolling Adventures For The Summer(new entry 06/11)

    Posted on: May 8th, 2010 at 8:46PM

    I'm so excited to start my cigar rolling season. My sister Daniela and I will be at the Taste of Omaha Event June 11th thru 13th at the Conagra Convention. During the College World Series my paws will definitely be rolling as well under a tent somewhere. Then comes Sturgis..oh yes Sturgis in South Dakota. I'll post up more times and events later but until then, when you see a couple of Cuban girls at an event more than likely it's us. If anyone is interested in booking a rolling party or event with me let know, it's a great time. I'll be posting up the website and a way to get ahold of us in a few weeks as well as tracking where we will be around the U.S. God bless and take care… [more]