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It just dawned on me this morning that next month it will be 12 years that I have run Futura Language Professionals. When I started it, I had 6 students (one of whom was my little sister whow as going free ;)) in a tiny one room office where I taught them Spanish on Saturday afternoons. I soon closed the office and started collaborating with schools to bring Spanish to the families.
It is with such a full heart that I reflect on the thousands of children who have been touched by Spanish over these twelve years.
I am humbled and grateful to do something I love and to be able to make  (albeit small) a difference in my community.

Learning how to make chocolate in Panama last year!

Learning how to make chocolate in Panama last year!

As I get ready to embark on my annual trip to Latin America this June, I am also reminded of the root of why I stated this business.
I love Spanish.
I love travel.
I love culture.

I don't know where I found this quote, but I love it!

I don’t know where I found this quote, but I love it!

And of course, I love eating foods of different cultures while speaking Spanish while traveling, so I am certain Ecuador will be a dream come true.

Did I mention I like trying beers in other countries too?!

Did I mention I like trying beers in other countries too?!

 In the meantime, I came up with this Fajita Frittata after a great night out with my best friend Kim where we shared chisme and micheladas over big plates of fajitas…

fajita frittata

Here’s What You Need: (Serves 2)
1 cup of leftover fajitas (I had veggie ones, but you can use any kind)
2 eggs whisked with a dash of milk and sprinkled with taco seasoning and/or salt and pepper
Shredded cheese (About 2 TBS)

Here’s What You Do:
Preheat the oven to broil. Spray a small pan with non-stick spray generously and heat over medium high. Add the veggies and cook for about 2 minutes. Add the egg mixture, being sure the veggies are coated and cook for 2 more minutes until the egg is about set. Add the cheese to the top sprinkling it over the egg mixture evenly. Broil for two minutes. Give a good dash of salt and pepper and serve with salsa or hot sauce.

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  1. You never cease to amaze me! That is so cool! I love Spanish- took a few years in HS and 1 in college but I totally wish I would’ve stuck with it and got a minor. I need to complete my studies someday. Your annual trip must be awesome!

    • Bree says:

      Oh my gosh you are too kind! It is great to have a trip each summer doing something I love with my girlfriends! :)

  2. Love this girl!

  3. Ana says:

    Hola Bree!

    Me llamo Ana y soy de Sevilla, España. Hace no mucho que sigo tu blog porque me encanta la alimentación sana y el deporte y lo encontré por casualidad. Te escribo porque acabo de ver este post y me he quedado alucinada! Yo soy profesora de inglés en primaria y tengo un máster en enseñanza del español como segunda lengua, por lo que me ha encantado ver que te entusiasma el español.
    Un saludo desde el sunny south de España!


    • Bree says:

      Hola Ana! Que bueno tener noticias de ti! Sabes que? Nunca he ido a Espana y me encantaria irme un dia muy pronto. Gracias por visitar a mi pagina y te mando un saldo tambien :)

  4. val says:

    Such a great recipe for Cinco de Mayo and any day of the week.


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