Let me tell you ’bout my favorite dish,
Oh yes, it’s just a catfish.
But my Dad cooked it in a special way,
I can still taste it to this day.

My Dad was short but very funny;
He always called my Mom, “Honey.”
He always said Mom’s smitten by his charm.
She left all – parents and brothers and farm.

I know for sure, Mom never ever cooked.
But she is so smart, she married a cook.
Everyday, Dad cooked our every meal;
He loved us so much, it was no big deal.

Dad has passed in the spring of ’99;
at the  age of seventy nine.
He wanted to live for a century,
But his cancer cells went on a spree.

I miss my Dad and my favorite dish.
I miss the way he cooked that fish.
I wish I could meet him once again.
I know my wish will just a wish remain.

Until we will meet  again in heaven.
Amen, amen, amen.

Peter Nunez

"Fray Peter" heeded the call to the priesthood right after high school. Upon completion of his temporary vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in the Order of Preachers (Dominicans), he realized he had a different calling and so he ventured out into the world. At first, he made a lot of mistakes from which he learned. In 1992, he joined his wife Alicia in the U.S. They were blessed with two fine sons, Stephen and Michael and “adopted” two wonderful daughters Pau and Joni. From them, he has 4 grandchildren. He started his professional life in the U.S. as a part-time teller and after 6 years was promoted to Branch Manager of the Bank of New York in their two branches in New Jersey. He also joined the North Fork Bank as Branch Manager with the title of Assistant Vice-President. He was a member of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) which authorized him to sell various investment products. As a side hustle, Peter is working on his photography skills and has co-founded "The Traveling Chefs." Peter enjoys reading, writing, cooking, travel, golf, photography and triathlon.

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