If we talk about timelines, addition and subtraction, we would have to say Ondina is 22 years old. But the truth is that she confuses you. Ondina is not made of numbers. She’s made of colors and music. So at times she seems like a happy 6 years old girl and other times a teenager full of energy that melts with a very old woman who expires serenity and experience. She doesn’t leave home without her guitar and a huge backpack that it seems will end up breaking her thin figure at any moment. She always carries a book (in this case Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss), her sketchbook, pencils and her agenda.
They have revolutionized the spanish speaking lesbian blogs. Their web site receive thousands of visits a day and they are an example of perseverance and commitment to all mothers, whether lesbians or not. MiraLES wanted to let you know about the story of these two extraordinary mexican women.
Women. Brunettes. Blondes. Gingers. Auburns. Shy. Outgoing. Free. Guilty. Happy. Brave. Resigned. Proud. Blind. Sensitive. Awake. Women who are just what society allowed them to be. Women who make themselves every day. Women who change the world and women who don’t believe they are strong. Women who love women. Women who love men. Women who can’t even love themselves.