If you know how to translate my “boops” then we are friends.

Hi, I am Leticia Ochoa Adams. I am a 43 year old mother, grandmother, wife and writer. I live in the burbs of Austin, Texan. I was born and raised in small town Texas. I write about death, grief, trauma and other fun things. I will make you laugh, cry and want to set my blog on fire. I have a lot of thoughts and opinions, a lot of which I change regularly. I am just trying to figure out life and deal with each crisis as it comes.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Loved you on the JF show today!!! I really identified with your response in looking for a way to feel like I can be in the world but not of the world. I have unfortunately surpressed some things I actually really love about myself in order to feel like I am living virtuously. Think I need some reevaluation…Keep on rockin Leti


  2. Thank you! Yes! I went through that and still kind of do. But it’s all a journey! Thanks for listening. Jennifer is awesome.


  3. Great job on the JF show – I hope you become a regular on there! BTW, I am a closet “Orange Is The New Black” fan so it was great to hear yo and JF talk about shows like Breaking Bad!!!!


  4. Great to have you on the JF show – I hope you will be a regular! BTW, I am a closet “Orange Is The New Black” watcher so it was good to hear your comments on JF and shows like Breaking Bad! Grace+Peace!!!!


  5. No, I have not read the book – but what I love about the show is how everyone has a story (that includes you!!!! 🙂 ) and I can’t wait to hear more from you!!!!


  6. I have heard you on the JF show. Decided to look you up today. The first blog I read (ever) and it was beautifully done. I decided to start following you to see where your journey goes. I haven’t been touched by suicide intimately but I have family and friends in the fight and I know it’s not over. There is an album by Mount Eerie called A Crow Looks at Me. It’s an album about dealing with death (his loss was his wife) There is no explaining this album – it is haunting and it changed my life. Death is real. I found out about it through my son with whom I share a bond of music as you did with Anthony. It’s one of my sons favorite album and we discuss lyrics all the time. Don’t listen to it on shuffle or while working out. It’s no lil Wayne for sure. But it is as raw a thing I have ever heard.


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