Diego

Jorge Hernandez is a fictional character created by author Mima. To learn more about this series, go to www.mimaonfire.com. Jorge Hernandez is introduced in the latter part of Always be a Wolf but is the protagonist in The Devil is Smooth Like Honey A Devil Named Hernandez and And The Devil Will Laugh


You may recall that in my first post, I mentioned my company Hernandez-Diego Inc. This is a company that I formed with my long-time friend and hermano, Diego Silva. Not to be mistaken, we are not related through blood, however, this does not matter. Our real family, it is those we choose during the course of our lives rather than that we are born into. These are the people who prove their loyalty and are there for us when needed. Diego has been this for me.

Like myself, Diego has little connection to his own family. His parents are still in Colombia, which is his home country, while his sister Jolene is also in Canada. His relationship with his sister, it has its ups and downs, however, in the end, you can tell there is a deep connection that keeps them close. As much as I have been tempted to remove Jolene from our lives, it is always very clear to me that this would cause a strain with Diego that I do not wish to introduce. Sometimes, these are tough decisions we are forced to make. 

I met Diego many years ago while doing work in California. He was actually living with his sugar daddy at the time, a man with whom I did business with and therefore, our paths often crossed. 

And yes - I said sugar daddy - Diego, he is gay. This is the reason why his familia in Colombia, they no longer speak to him. It was his father's decision and his mother, of course, would not speak up against her husband. However, let us get back on track...

Diego, I call him my brother because he does in fact, remind me of my own brother Miguel who died many years ago. I will speak about him in another post but there have always been many similarities that in some way, makes me feel closer to Miguel. I feel quite protective of Diego, perhaps because I was unable to protect Miguel when he needed me most. It is difficult to explain but this is my reality. 

We all need a family. It does not matter if they are from the same bloodline or our tribe that we discover along the way. These are the people we unite with and these are the people we protect. 





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