[ESP - ENG] CONTEST #27 | Ladies of Hive Community

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¡Hola queridas ladies de Hive! Hoy me uno por primera vez a esta comunidad y al concurso de mujeres empoderadas de blockchain, con la intención de interactuar un poco más en la plataforma y es que siempre he querido unirme a este concurso de mujeres tan dedicadas, pero como siempre llego tarde a todo jajaja.

Hello dear ladies of Hive! Today I am joining for the first time this community and the empowered women of blockchain contest, with the intention to interact a bit more on the platform and that I have always wanted to join this contest of such dedicated women, but as usual I am late for everything hahaha.


Espero que te quedes y disfrutes de esta lectura, vamos a empezar.

I hope you stay and enjoy this reading, let's get started.

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  • A veces conocemos a personas increíbles que a nuestros ojos son verdaderos héroes, pero muchas veces están detrás de las cortinas y no muchos lo saben. ¿Quién es su héroe silencioso?

Mis padres, sonará cliché pero es así. Desde que tengo uso de razón he visto cómo mis padres han estado con mis hermanos y conmigo. Son seres capaces de hacer cualquier cosa por ver a sus hijos bien y felices. Se preocuparon por crear un hogar lleno de amor y respeto, aunque sinceramente hemos sido una pequeña joya y por eso los considero mis héroes, su capacidad de perdonar y apoyar a sus hijos es increíble, no tiene límites. Desde que llegamos a sus vidas se preocuparon por darnos todo lo que necesitábamos y hasta lo mejor si era posible, aunque nunca fueron personas de buena posición económica. Cuando llegué éramos pobres porque vivíamos los tres en una habitación, mi padre viajaba todos los días de una ciudad a otra en autobús para ir a su trabajo y poder llevar el sustento a su casa. Muchas veces mi madre tenía que caminar por la ciudad y bajo el sol para vender helados cuando mi papá estaba desempleado por un tiempo, me enseñaron todas las clases iniciales desde casa porque entraba un poco tarde al preescolar y de hecho me adelantaron unos niveles porque llegué con muy buen potencial. Realmente admiro el esfuerzo que hicieron por mí porque les costó pero como pudieron lograron ajustarse a una mejor posición económica, en esa época mis hermanos ya empezaban a llegar y no tuvieron que pasar por tantas cosas porque para entonces mi papá trabajaba para elebol y pudo darles muy buenas cosas, nacieron en clínicas, con cunas, muchos juguetes, ropa, comida y ya vivíamos en una casa grande con un patio enorme para nosotros que es la casa donde vivimos hoy en día, una casa que fue modificada mucho para nuestra comodidad y que tuvimos una excelente experiencia hasta que todo en mi país Venezuela se vino abajo jajaja sin embargo nos quedamos con un buen hogar, una casa muy bonita y unos padres que siguen juntos y siempre dispuestos a ayudarnos.

  • Sometimes we meet amazing people who in our eyes are true heroes, but many times they are behind the curtains and not many know it. Who is your silent hero?

My parents, it will sound cliché but that's how it is. For as long as I can remember I have seen how my parents have been with my siblings and me. They are beings capable of doing anything to see their children well and happy. They cared about creating a home full of love and respect, although honestly we have been a little jewel and that is why I consider them my heroes, their ability to forgive and support their children is incredible, it has no limits. Since we came into their lives they have been concerned about giving us everything we needed and even the best if it was possible, although they were never people of good economic position. When I arrived we were poor because the three of us lived in a room, my father traveled every day from one city to another by bus to go to his job in order to be able to bring sustenance to his home. Many times my mother had to walk around the city and under the sun to sell ice cream when my dad was unemployed for a while, they taught me all the initial classes from home because I would enter preschool a little late and in fact they advanced me a few levels because I arrived with very good potential. I really admire their efforts for me because they found it difficult but as they could they managed to adjust to a better economic position, at that time my siblings were already beginning to arrive and did not have to go through so many things because by then my father worked for elebol and was able to give them very good things, they were born in clinics, with cribs, lots of toys, clothes, food and we were already living in a big house with a huge yard for us which is the house where we live today, a house that was modified a lot for our comfort and which we had an excellent experience until everything in my country Venezuela fell apart hahaha however we were left with a good home, a very nice house and parents who are still together and are always willing to help us.

  • Si pudieras dar un salto a lo desconocido... ¿a dónde saltarías?

Hay demasiadas cosas que no conozco, de hecho ni siquiera conozco mi país Venezuela porque a mi padre no le gustaba viajar supongo que era muy ahorrativo, si podía quedarse en casa y buscar darnos distracción allí, mejor para él. Así que mi respuesta sería esa, me gustaría ir a los lugares que no conozco de mi país, he visto paisajes, caminos, pueblos, ciudades demasiado hermosas que me encantaría vivir la experiencia de verlas con mis propios ojos y poder fotografiar todo yo misma, obviamente eso no puede faltar ya que amo la fotografía. Aunque debido a la situación económica y social del país todo ha decaído, me han dicho que ya no es lo mismo pero igual me gustaría salir y dar ese salto.

  • If you could take a leap into the unknown... where would you jump to?

There are too many things I don't know, in fact I don't even know my country Venezuela because my father didn't like to travel I guess he was very thrifty, if he could stay at home and seek to give us distraction there, the better for him. So my answer would be that, I would like to go to the places that I don't know of my country, I have seen landscapes, roads, towns, cities too beautiful that I would love to live the experience of seeing them with my own eyes and to be able to photograph everything myself, obviously that can't be missing since I love photography. Although due to the economic and social situation of the country everything has declined, I have been told that it is no longer the same but I would still like to go out and take that leap.

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Good Fathers are a rare breed. MY own father didn't work full time as my mother did. But he spent that time with me and my siblings and even taught me to cook too since my Mother was working long hours. He was a pillar of Strength and love and I have deeply missed him.

Thank you @thaliaf for sharing 🌷

How nice that your father decided to share that free time with you and created that beautiful family bond, honestly it is one of the best things in life, much more valuable than money, time is something that can't be recovered and he knew how to take advantage of it.❤️

Thanks to you @kerrislravenhill for leaving me such a nice comment.❤️

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