The last time we lived in the same place was when we were first-time Spanish teachers. Now, thirteen years later, much more than Spanish ties us together. During a recent gathering of our families at Genn’s house, we were reinvigorated by the support we find in each other. Our non-native language is a common thread found throughout many aspects of our lives. While it can be hard to notice and appreciate minority language growth on a day-to-day basis amidst the pressures of a majority language, watching our families interact in both English and Spanish helps us to maintain our focus on the growth. We have learned that we are stronger in this language-learning journey together. We would love for you to join us. Juntos somos uno más.