I Pass this Way But Once
I masked up to have a recorded conversation with Mom; therefore the sound of my voice is somewhat muffled. Mom's hair is growing out. No more bangs so she's wearing pony tails.
Victoria Sanchez reflects on my dad, Rozier Sanchez and his accomplishments and positive imprints. She also shares my heritage of growing up enjoying and learning from the outdoors.
Mom talks about some of our family backpacking and camping trips. Mom and dad told stories to teach life lessons.
One backpacking trip a tent collapsed in a storm. We could've become hypothermic but with fast action we all awoke to a beautiful morning.
When we were in Mexico I got up at 3:30 in the morning to spend time with seals. Dad didn't think I would get up that early but wildlife moves my adrenalin.
Join my mom as she shares my heritage. You'll learn why I love doing this show for you!!
"I think families are paramount. Love your family, love your community, love God. Take care of everybody; accept everyone's best efforts. And I will say I miss my husband more than anything.
But we are blessed and I think people need to recall how many blessings they have in their life, whatever it may be. Thank God for the blessings that you do have and many you don't even know that you had, but you had many, many, many blessings. You just didn't recognize them at the time. God Bless all the listeners." ~Victoria Sanchez