And about Tigress Creek
Hello my friend and welcome!. I am Maria, founder and editor of Tigress Creek. It’s lovely to meet you!
A little about me, I am a dreamer and a migrant traveler. Fifteen years ago, I left behind a rich country in South America looking for harmony, love, and re-invention
I flew over the Caribbean Sea and landed in Florida, where I lived with my daughter for ten years. When my girl left the nest to wed the love of her life, a short time later, I married a handsome American man named Todd.
My passion is to write about everything I consider essential in life. However, I enjoy wasting tons of time finding the meaning of my dreams to know what my higher-self is telling me.
I’ve been a single mom, a saleswoman and entrepreneur, a charming lover, and a family doctor. Also, a closet organizer, an unforgettable witch, trauma creator, and a master mechanic to list a few. Lol
Starting a Blog is the most satisfying experience of my life, a dream come true, and a learning adventure along the way. I hope you find here some useful inspiration besides tips about traveling, have fun, self-growth, and much more.
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About Tigress Creek
Tigress Creek is a lifestyle blog that has interesting tips about traveling, cars, money, fashion, food, etc.
Our readers are free thinking and motivated people. They love, they dream, and crave new adventures. They seek alternative sources of information. They enjoy shopping, and they will discover new challenges.
Why Tigress Creek Name?
Long time ago, while I was still in college, I had the craziest idea to buy a farm. I was almost a normal city girl, but I grew up listening to my grandmother’s stories about mountains, coffee farms, tigers, and ghosts.
I was always excited and curious about having an adventure in the mountains. However, I knew nothing about country life, it scared me to death wild animals, and insects.
My dream came true when I bought a beautiful piece of land (10 acres) in the middle of nowhere. To get to the farm, we had to walk between high hills for about three hours basically, because there were no paved roads for cars. I don’t even know how I dared to do something like that. I guess we can be young, adventurer, and silly all at the same time. Lord help us!
In the middle of two mountains and surrounded by a thick jungle, there was the most beautiful plot anyone could get. Few steps from the house, there was a creek of clear waters named The Tigress Creek.
I can’t tell enough how concerned I was about the name of the creek. It was so beautiful though that after a while it turned into a fun place to take fabulous baths before bed, catch some shrimp, or have a blast with neighbors by sunset.
It was an unforgettable life experience that taught me that time didn’t exist. Time is only an illusion.
I harvested nothing because I was there on weekends, and I didn’t have any idea about farming either. However, I met friendly, hard-work people. I heard fascinating stories that I still treasure in my heart, and I came to find out why that little stream of transparent waters was called Tigress Creek.
I decided to sell it after college. I got a fantastic job, and I wouldn’t be able to stay there anymore, not even on weekends. Before selling my farm, on a dark rainy day, we were walking between two mountains when we heard a noise. I turn to see the creek below, and from the thick jungle, it jumped up a beautiful Tigress. She climbed up to the mountain fast and majestically.
Today, the creek doesn’t exist anymore. They found gold in the whole area, and they destroyed it. There is so much gold than the entire country has now the fourth most important gold deposit in the world. Literally, I was bathing in gold. Lol
There were more important things than gold though; the people, mother nature, and the tigress that lived there for years. They are gone, and they will never return. Now, that magical place exists only in the memory of those who had the privilege to live in it.
Thank you for visiting us.