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Isabel Buechsel

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Isabel Buechsel

I was born and raised in El Salvador, went to school in Texas, where I met my husband. &nbsp;After living in the States for five years, I moved to Germany to complete my Masters in Public Policy. A year ago we left Germany and now I live in Hong Kong. &nbsp;I am currently working on my PhD, and from time to time, I like to write stories that have nothing to do with social or public administration and reflect my journey across cultures and continents. &nbsp;<br /> <br /> If I could describe myself briefly in three words, they would be: Dreamer, Animal-Lover and Loyal.... :)<br /> I&nbsp;have a blog http://buechseli.blogspot.com where I write extensive articles mostly to do with bible and pop-culture...if you enjoy the articles that you read at divine caroline, I&nbsp;cordially invite you to visit my blog.<br /> <br />

Stories by Isabel Buechsel

Yesterday, one of my Facebook contacts posted a YouTube video. In the comment regarding the post he wrote “pobre burrito” (poor little...
I’ve never liked candy very much (I know, I am kind of odd like that). However, when I was younger, there was one brand of candies that I loved...
What does it mean to believe? Online dictionaries give the following definitions: 1. To accept as true or real 2. To expect or suppose 3. To...
Do you like makeover shows?  I LOVE makeover shows ... I love to see people get the help they need in areas of their lives where have gotten...
The spring season is a season filled with change in many ways; flowers and sprouts start appearing in nature, households undergo the famous “...
As a child, I spent every Easter on the beach. The “Semana Santa” (Easter Week) celebrations in El Salvador, my native country, do not...
This is a fun age quiz: Which are the first Olympics you remember watching? This should be an easy question to answer … at least for some...
Last Wednesday I took a new route on my way home ... I ended up walking in a part of town I hardly ever walk ... and in my path, I...
In a 1998 article titled “Values,” Washington Post columnist William Raspberry described the newly arrived immigrants to the U.S. as...