Hi! I'm Camille.
Baseball Wife, Mom, & Writer
Although an enigma to myself at times, I am your typical loving wife who would stop at nothing to support her husband in his journey towards achieving his highest aspirations.
Since starting this blog, David and I bought our first home, became parents, and transitioned out of playing and into coaching. My main priority is, and always will be, to be the "ROCK" for my children, as well as my best friend and life-partner in his career in baseball.
When reading my blog most would say I have a lot on my mind, but the truth is I am a bit of a philosopher. I have always loved thinking outside the box and dancing to the beat of my own drum. I can be pretty intense when it comes to my writing so you will often find me writing about heavy topics such as destiny and faith, but I really try to ease up the tone with lighthearted posts about parenting and marriage.Below are a few facts about me: My profession is some elaborate compilation of Blogger, Writer, Mommy, and Wife.
I have rescued many animals in my time, including three black cats, and a Labrador, American Bulldog mix which traveled with David and me early in our baseball journey. All our animals have been rescues and I did not get prior permission from the Fiance at the time. What can I say... you can usually cry your way out of any situation. 😉 I've loved them all, and I couldn't bear losing them to the inevitable lethal dose back at the shelter.I have a degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami and worked at my Alma Mater as an Events Planner for 2.5 years after I graduated. I am graduating with a Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing in the spring of 2019.I was born and raised in Miami, Florida by two Cuban parents and am bilingual.I am a Cancer born in July and am married to David, a Taurus, born in May.I hope you enjoy my blog and feel free to contact me with any questions.P.S. I tend to write my blogs late at night and am quick to post. In my delirium, I often make grammatical errors that I pounce on and fix after I'm well-rested. Please pardon any errors, trust me they peeve me too!
Last Updated: July 2, 2018