Happy New Year?

That’s a hard one for me to hear.

It’s just another year without my son. Another new year without his hugs and kisses, without hearing his laughter, without being the recipient of his funny pranks.

Another year not making plans or looking forward to adventures with Dominic.


it’s a new year for creating new memories in his name, helping others who also know this grief and making sure he will NEVER be forgotten. Read More...

A insane and wrong verdict …..

It took me this long to get myself together to write what and how I feel about this travesty of a verdict.

The NOT GUILTY verdict brought me to my knees and I cried…..cried my heart out….but not only for Kate and her family, but for every victim of illegal alien crime and for every American who will become just that. Read More...

Never going to stop…..

….. sharing my late sons story

….. fighting illegal alien invasion

….. speaking my mind

….. reaching out to those who know my grief

….. calling out those who want to do us harm

….. being true to who I am/became because of this tragedy

THANK YOU for the prayers and many kind messages that lift me and help me continue this fight so you don’t have to Read More...

The fight never ends…..

No matter how many times I got to Washington DC,  no matter how many times I share Dominic’s story and no matter how many times I get the blank look, turned away or shut down, I will NEVER STOP.

We can’t sit by as our country is being invaded, taken over and changed. You owe your family and future generations the best that life has to offer. Read More...

Arkansas …. peace and quiet, but the fight continues

Now that I am a little settled in, getting used to the humidity, quietness, laid  back and very friendly people, I gained strength to continue my fight against illegal immigration.

Not too long ago I was invited to be a guest at the unveiling of VOICE, the office our President created for victims of illegal alien crime. It’s great that people like me have a place to call and get help. Read More...

Missing half of my heart

Now that I moved out of California to a quiet and calm place in Arkansas, it seems my aching soul gets a little break.

My heart still and will always hurt, but I have less of the triggers that would bring me to my knees.

I also know that our President will make sure Americans will be safer and maybe less have to feel this kind of pain. Read More...

Flying with my very own angel

Since Dominic’s death I haven’t been on a small aircraft like he used to fly. It carried too much pain and I just wanted to remember the many amazing and fun flights he took me on.

Just the thought of going to the little airport in Riverside made me tear up.

But when I found out one of Dominic’s best friends Chris was so inspired by Dominic and got his pilots license, I couldn’t and wouldn’t say no to him. Read More...


I am so very proud to announce that the City of Moreno Valley dedicated a wonderful area to my sweet Dominic.

I hope future generations will walk those trails and kids get to see that we all can make a difference.

One person at a time

Still pinching myself

….for being a part of history now and that the world now heard my sweet Dominic’s story and knows his name.

Thank you Donald J. Trump, friend, hero, life saver and future President of the USA for inviting me and giving my son and thousand of other victims a voice. Read More...