I wanted to share this small experience I had about a month ago.
I was dreaming I was in my grandmother’s house with all my relatives, like the gatherings we used to do when I was a kid. All my cousins and uncles were present and I was looking for my grandmother who had been in delicate health. I found her sitting by the dining table as everyone else around talked and joked as we always did.
I felt there was some significance on what I was seeing but I couldn’t put my finger on it. At that moment I woke up.
A second later, the wake up alarm went off (don’t you hate it when that happens?) so I grabbed the cellphone and dismissed it. As I was going to place the device back into the night table, it rang. My mother’s number was on the screen and I suddenly knew what she was going to tell me because of the dream. “My love, your granny just died”.
That day I took a plane to another state for her funeral and all the family gathered on her house just as I had dreamed that day. It was an eerie experience to say the least.
Excuse me for a second as I share some info with my Spanish speaking friends and anyone else who is interested about the release of Jurassic Park 3D in México:
Hace algunos días, mandé una solicitud de información a Cinépolis preguntándoles sobre la fecha de estreno de Jurassic Park 3D. El encargado me respondió que la fecha que tienen por el momento es para mediados de Agosto en la Ciudad de México, pero por el poco número de copias disponibles para distribuir, la película puede que tarde en llevar al resto de las salas del país entre 1 y 8 semanas adicionales. Así que ahí lo tienen. Si podremos disfrutar de este clásico del cine, pero tendremos que aguantarnos un poquito mas. ¡Ni modo!
In short, in English, it might arrive between Mid August to Mid October to your nearest Cinepolis cinema.
I have to be honest. I stopped reading supernatural books a while a ago and I just couldn’t get back to the genre. The books I had were either too bland or over the top! I struggled for a while until I gave up and dropped them altogether. I decided to give Sunrise Sunset a try because I had read Christina’s other works and she had yet to let me down.
Right from the start you get thrown into the strange lives of these characters. The plot quickly evolves pulling you with lots of suspense. There are always questions lingering that makes you speculate a lot about what’s behind all these powers but you won’t see the ending coming. Chases, explosions, mysterious pasts, strange powers, hope, love, tears and blood, the books has it all and its all woven in a very entertaining plot. After this, I might actually have to start looking for new supernatural books.
I have to warn you! The book has its dark, cringe worthy scenes. You could say that the main villain is something out of a nightmare and you’ll certainly wish for sunrise to come as soon as possible. I really recommend you to give it a try.
Filed under Books, Fiction
Enchanted Sunset is my ranch at Equine Ranch. I used to breed Andalusians but after a long hiatus, most of the horses died or got sick. Right now we are getting back on our feet, diving into the excitement of Azteca horses!
We got 3 surviving mares with Emidio on their bloodlines. Emidio was one of the foundation horses of my previous herd and I’m looking to try to keep some of his legacy on our new breeding program. We will work to try to have several grullas.
~Our New Herd~
These are some of the photos I took for our Halo 4 midnight release. I brought Halo cupcakes and shared them with the staff of Gamerush!