Hello and welcome UBP 2011 peeps to Boricua Confidential! I’m honored you chose to drop by and see about me and my family. My name is Emiliana Martín, a second generation American of Puerto Rican descent, a widow with children, and an incest and ritual abuse survivor. My parents were born and raised in the South Bronx, NY, by Puerto Rican immigrants and I’m a California native. I have two adorable children who love to pester theirRead More →

Breaking news alert The Pity Party Train has just derailed at the intersection of Suck It Up and Move On, and crashed into We All Have Problems before coming to a complete stop at Get the Hell Over It. Any complaints about how we operate can be forwarded to 1-800-Waa-aaah with Dr. Sniffle reporting LIVE from Quitchur Bitchin’. Suck it up princess! Life doesn’t revolve around you. This economy is killing everyone I write becauseRead More →

My son got his prayer language!! Now what? First, unto Him who is able to do abundantly, exceeding above all I could ever ask, hope for or imagine, I thank you for choosing my children to pray in tongues and have the boldness it takes to reap the harvest of souls for Your glory. I am honored among women that you would choose the fruit of my womb for your Kingdom purpose. That said, soRead More →

Room for my views It’s been an amazing, eye-opening first year as CMS PTA President. I have learned many things such as parliamentary procedure, what consensus and collaboration really means and looks like, and change, whether for good or excellence, is never easily accepted or achieved. More important, I learned some things about myself. I learned that I am bursting with ideas, meaning I have a very active creative mind. I’ve also discovered that IRead More →

 A good Facebook friend asked an outstanding question and after I posted it, I realized I had to share this with everyone. I hope this helps you as you trudge down your happy road of destiny. Q.  We are told to put on “The Whole Armour of God” in Ephesians 6 ( the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the gospel of peace, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation, and the sword ofRead More →

Max’ first snow trip My son left early this morning for a snow-prep trip. He and about 10 other Boy Scouts will spend tonight on Fremont Peak in Monterey county. Anyone who has poked their heads outside knows there is no sun, it’s stone friggin’ cold and there’s a storm on the way. The whole trip is an experiment to see if they’re is ready for snow camping. The goal: stay warm. If he can manageRead More →