When Susana Zamorano came to the US, everything was new to her. The streets, the people and especially the culture. "It's hard to explain Easter with the bunny and eggs — we know bunnies don't lay eggs!" she says.
She brought her two daughters, Neidi and Victoria, when they were young. And as a mom, she wanted her daughters to learn US customs — like egg hunting, Christmas songs and celebrating July 4. At the same time, Susana wanted to introduce them to Mexican traditions.
Caption: Susana Zamorano explains the transition from Mexico to the US and learning the American culture. Photo: Denise Malone
Brian De Los Santos