Taking a trip down the road less travelled.



JW Regular Pioneers dedicate almost 1,000 hours of service work per year in their local community. They volunteer significant time to outreach work primarily by knocking on doors and street work.  Their goal is to teach the truth about the Bible and God’s purpose for humanity.

Joining the ranks of worldwide pioneers is  a significant life decision.  Travelling down this road can be a joyous and fulfilling journey. Join me while I write about the challenges and inner trials, as well as, the joys and rewards of such an important life choice.


Moments in Time

“It’s times like these you learn to live again It’s times like these you give and give again It’s times like these you learn to love again It’s times like these time and time again.” Foo Fighters I felt moved to write this article after viewing the JW Broadcast this month. I especially enjoyed the …


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About Me


I was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico and grew up in Miami, Florida.  After earning my Masters Degree in the field of Social Work in 2005 I travelled to the UK and practiced social work in the London Borough of Southwark, a unique and challenging experience. Three years later, I returned to the US and married my beloved husband.  I earned clinical licensure in Social Work in 2011 in the State of Florida, and just recently in the Commonwealth of  Virginia where I live with my husband and my 4-legged son, Charlie.  I’m proud to be part of a large group of Christians worldwide who are paving the way for a new life in paradise here on earth;  as the Apostle Paul called it “the life that is truly life.”