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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…
Disfruta!
XO,

Bree
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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Comments

  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!

    Ana

    • 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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