i have found that our kids love salsa. i’m not sure why. i kinda hate it. tonight we were at little alex’s and maddie has to have her own bowl of salsa for her chips. now so does kenz. she was actually dipping her chips into the “hot” salsa. we let her. it’s not like it’s going to kill her, right? well at least not until she started taking her spoon to the bowl. that’s right. spoonfuls of salsa straight to the mouth. she’s crazy.
question of the day: was the immigrant protest good or bad?
I had this conversation with some of the guys in my soccer class on Tuesday night….I really pushed them to tell me the reason for the march since most of them said they were there because they were born in Mexico…..or some other reason that didn’t really make sense….after we got to the root of the protest I felt better informed and was impressed at the mobilization of the group of people. It was also interesting to hear the different levels of support and agreement with the main points. I know it is completely uneducated of me to say, but I was under the impression that the main points of the march were basically completely supported by the demonstrators……To consolidate this down into the answer you’ve asked for……yes, I’m in support of anyone who is willing to stand up for what they believe in, even if I disagree….but I definitely respect their passion….
You have to ask yourself what California would be like without immigrants. Who would do that work? They deserve the right to a descent life and respect. Every minority has had to fight for their rights and march to be heard. This is another example of that.