Last update 01/13/2014

Sunday is family day

One of the things I miss the most when I’m in NYC is spending time with my family on Sundays. This day has been a day strictly dedicated to the family, my mom never let me plan anything on Sundays because all of us had to be together, gathered in a table with good food, drinks and a nice talk. Sundays have always been a day where we enjoy of each other’s company and spend quality time.
This past Sunday we decided to kick off our BBQ series with a nice get together at my grandparents’ house. Lots of food, wine, Pisco cocktails and of course, our family. Here’s a quick view of some pictures I took yesterday 🙂

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Vanessa Ponce

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