Entrevistamos a Paz, la primera generación de Capitán Denim
Passionate about war stories, a homebody and enjoys the little things like snacking on homemade custard while spending time with her grandchildren, that's Paz! She, along with José María, are the first generation of Capitán Denim and to celebrate Women's Day, we think there is no better way than getting to know her a little better with the interview we did with her. Read on.
1. Movie or series that you have to see once in your life
I love all movies based on real events and all those set in the Second World War. But if I had to choose just two, they would be Life is Beautiful and Schindler's List. They make me reflect and value every second.
2. A reading that has stuck in your memory (it can be a book, an article, ...).
As you can see, I love war stories, so The Shoe of the Broken Tongue by María Zabay is a book I would recommend to everyone. The last book I read was Los últimos días de Berlín by Paloma Sánchez-Garnica, also with this theme, I loved it.
3. Trip you would repeat.
Undoubtedly to New York, it was a trip to remember and of course, to repeat. I will remember every corner of the city, from the environment, the way of life, every place we visited, the musical that we enjoyed a lot, walking through Central Park, ... Ah! And you can not leave New York without seeing Rockefeller Center, it was one of my favorite places in the city.
4. Your favorite food (or dessert) that you never get tired of eating.
I admit it, my custard. I love all kinds of custard, but mine are finger-licking good and every time I make them, they fly!
5. Your reference person/inspiration.
I have more than one reference, the truth is my three children and my mother. Without them, I wouldn't be who I am right now.
6. A song that you never stop singing
Just one? Serrat is one of my favorite singer-songwriters, so the songs Caminante no hay camino and Mediterráneo transmit me a lot of peace. The song Siempre le pido a Dios by Ana Belén is also one of my favorite songs.
7. A place that transmits happiness.
I love to travel, but, as they say, "nowhere like at home". I am a very homely person, and enjoying my home with my children and grandchildren is the perfect plan.
8. A message
Now more than ever, my message would be one of peace, to transmit peace to everyone. Knowing how to forgive in order to live with a clear conscience is essential to be happy.
No comment at this time!