Friday, June 23, 2017

I miss you and I haven't even met you

I miss you and I haven't even met you. Those exact words he told me and I think they are the most romantic words I have ever heard.
Met him through online dating few months ago. He appeared in my search and I immediately felt attracted to him. Don't know why, but it was more than an attraction, it was like I knew him already in a very personal way. I loved his profile pic, look very handsome.

I contacted him and he replied. We messaged back and forth a lot. We started getting to know each other. It was amazing. We had so much in common!

We connected from the beginning. He made me laughed a lot. I love it. I made him laugh too. I really liked when I did it. We talked about each other's life: likes, dislikes, what we like to do for fun, etc.  I love that he was interested in me being a writer. He even asked about my published books. That was awesome. Being a writer and author is one of the parts of me that I treasure a lot and to someone be genuinely interested in it, makes that person special.

Then one day, we kinda lost contact. He wanted to be that way. He later told me he was starting to have feelings towards me so he decided to stop talking to me. Some weeks ago, we reconnected again. I was glad because I had missed him. He told me he couldn't stop thinking about me. I'm sure you know how I felt, right. We started messaging each other again, felt the connection again but...

Online dating can be amazing because it opens you to a whole new opportunity to meet people that maybe you won't meet in the conventional way. But online dating can be also a little a rough play too. And in this case, it was a little rough for me. He lives in California and I live in Florida.

Yeah, tough luck, right.

You will say, easy take a plane and go to meet each other. Turns out he can't and I'm a little short of money so. I feel that he doesn't want to meet more than he can't. I think he's afraid that we really click in person and then what will happen. You know, being each other so far. Every time we talked about how we wish we could meet and he says he can't, that's he's sorry, I feel sad. I don't know why. I just do.  For my part, I wish I could meet him and look into his eyes (Would love to do it!). Maybe you think I'm crazy and perhaps I am but I think that if I look into his eyes I will find the one.

I have to give up of what I feel. He's still on the site, looking for someone to be near him, of course. He met a lady on it and told me the other day he was going to meet her in person. It hit me. Ha-ha,yes, it did. You know that thing you feel on your inside...

Well, I can't do anything, I'm far away.
Still, I wish him luck and that he finds the one who will make him happy.

I'm the person who believes that things happens for a reason. He appeared in my search, we clicked, kind of grew something between us even with us being apart. I really wish if it can't happen now or in this life, we connect in another life because I know for sure we will be the best lovers of all times.

I miss you and I haven't even met you...

Take care,

What do you think I sould do?

Let me know if you have felt like this before. Share your experience with me. I'll be glad to hear it.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Quotes to live by 2

Hi everyone! I know I have been out for some time but here are some oher quotes I have written.
Hope you like them!

You can follow me on Instagram. Look for Terewriter.

Hope you all have a great weekend!

Take care, Tere

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Quotes to live by

Hi everyone! Here are some of the quotes I have written.
Hope you like them!
You can follow me on Instagram. Look for Terewriter.

Hope you all are having a great week!

Take care, Tere

Monday, March 27, 2017

More inspirational, life quotes. 

Hi, these are some other inspirational quotes that I wrote.
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Friday, February 24, 2017

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Inspirational life quotes 

These are some inspirationa/motivational life quotes I wrote. Hope you like them.

Take care, Tere

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Love is just that way...

... cheerful
Just that's worthy!

Your place in...


Thursday, February 9, 2017

Smile with your heart
Laugh with your face
Sing while you walk
Spark with your eyes
Dance while you hum
Caress with your voice
Think with your senses
Imagine while you play
Kiss with your kindness
Feel while you think
Live with your life
Love with your soul
                Tere Rodríguez-Nora

Monday, January 30, 2017

I have learned...

I have learned to be humble when success cover me
I have learned to keep my feet on the ground even though I have my head on the moon.
I have learned to be grateful even in the worst of times
I have learned to love myself when others harmed me
I have learned to smile when tears are in my soul
I have learned to say thank you even to the smallest gesture
I have learned to wipe my tears while struggling through difficult times
I have learned to be strong when all I want is to collapse
I have learned to keep going because tomorrow is a brand new day                                               
      Tere Rodriguez-Nora

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Review of the book The Rules of Ever After

The author of this book is Killian B. Brewer. Killian began writing at 15 years old. Coming from a family where telling a good story was the best way to communicate, he developed a love for story telling. The Rules of Ever After(2015)is his first novel. His second one is Lunch With the Do-Nothings at the Tammy Dinette(2017).


Beautiful fairy tale of two young princes involve in a gay romance that will captivate lovers of all kind. Both, living in a kingdom (kingdoms of Clarameer) rule by old-fashioned traditions, know they have to fight against it to get what they want for their future and the happily ever after they are searching for. Through different adventures dealing with dissatisfied princesses, revengeful kings, and nosy fairies they learn important things about love, life, and family.

This book has touch me as an aunt of a lesbian woman, as a human being, and as a person who believes every human kind is special in their own particular way. Every kid that is going through the hard process of coming out and/or every parent/guardian who is helping their kid in this difficult process should read this book. 

LGBT kids and teens should know that everyone is entitled to have their own fairy tale!

This review is part of the Multicultural Children's Books Day, to be celebrate on January 27. You can follow it on Facebook
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Review of the book The Legend of Roberto Cofresí, a Puerto Rican hero/La leyenda de Roberto Cofresí, un héroe puertorriqueño

The author of this book is Janet Balleta She was born in Brooklyn from Colombian and Puerto Rican parents. She currently lives in Florida where she works as a bilingual kindergarten teacher. Inspired by her family, she wrote her first book, The Legend of the Colombian Mermaid(2013). She wrote her second book,The Legend of Roberto Cofresí, a Puerto Rican hero in 2015. Janet is an award winning author of the Mariposa Award from the International Latino Books Awards(2015), the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards for Cultural Diversity(2016), and the International Latino Book Awards for Best Latino Focused Book. Janet likes to write bilingually and she hopes that her book will inspire children to appreciate bilingualism and multicultural literature.


Which child would not like a good pirate story? The book The legend of Roberto Cofresí has more than a good one. This beautiful picture book captives the story of Roberto Cofresí, a Puerto Rican corsair that lived on the island back in the 1800s. The story is about two brothers who live in Florida. One day they asked their father to read them a story. He decided to read about the legend of Roberto Cofresí. After that day, the boys love to play pretending to be corsairs that embark in different adventures and search for hidden treasures.
Every page of this charming book captures the reader attention, taking them through all the adventures of this corsair. The legend tells about the corsair’s beginnings as well as how he brought back to help the Puerto Rican people. Also, it tells us about treasures that have never been found.
At the end of every written page, the dad answers a question of one of the kids. These questions relate to some word they don’t know the meaning of. This is a great technique used by the author to introduce the reader to new words and expand their vocabulary. 
This book would definitely spark a kid imagination while he/she learn about a Puerto Rican legend and some new words too!
As a Puerto Rican and a lover of history, it was delightful for me to read this beautiful book about our beloved legend, Roberto Cofresí.

You can find this and her other books in Amazon

This review is part of the Multicultural Children's Books Day, to be celebrate on January 27. You can follow it on Facebook
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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Review of the beautiful book Grandma's Treasure/El tesoro de la abuela

Grandma's Treasure or El tesoro de la abuela in Spanish. 

The author of this book is Maritza M. Mejías. Maritza is an Award-Winning Author of the Crystal Apple Award(2006),the Virtue Christian Award(2015) and the International Latino Books Award(2016). Her published work includes: Hazel Eyes(2010),Vanilla and Chocolate(2012), Grandma's Treasure(2014),Poems,Thoughts and More(2015)and Ojos Avellana(2016). Maritza was born in Colombia. She likes to write in both English and Spanish. She writes to inspire people be better human beings. As said by her own words:"I write to inspire others to be good."


Lovely book of beautiful and simple illustrations, written in English and Spanish; that teaches us a good lesson: to value what we have and the importance of being thankful for it. All begins when the grandmother, when she noticed that her grand kids where arguing over some toys, left the room a little sad and angry. When the grandchildren find her, she shows them a box where she kept some things, only three. They were the things she most cherishes. She explains to them what each one represented. It is so that she teaches them that it is not important what one has but what that represents. An important lesson to learn: be grateful of what you have.

This review is part of the Multicultural Children's Books Day, to be celebrate on January 27. You can follow it on Facebook
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