Vanessa Carmona is happy to be back in Venezuela with her husband, businessman Diego Soto. The Venezuelan entertainer is betting that he will do good things for the country.
As you may recall, Carmona shared with his followers the decision they made to return to Venezuela.
“I think there is always fear when you make radical decisions and changes. At the moment, I can tell you that I feel very calm, I am sure that this is the best decision and we are simply adapting and enjoying each minutes,” Creole wrote in one of his recent posts on Instagram.
After 10 years of immigrating to the United States and starting a life, creating her own business and welcoming her children, Vanessa assures that the plan is to stay for a year to see what the will happen. His intention is to come and go.
“No time for negativity”
“I still don’t know how to decipher the future… working hard for our business in Miami from afar, our beloved boy @chillingmiami and creating many things here. We are moving forward. Happy parents, happy children, let’s go,” he continued.
And he added: “Thank you friends, family, thank you for a lot of love … I love you Venezuela, even if they cut your water, fuel and electricity. They don’t understand it and I won’t explain it to them either, nothing time for the negative.
Likewise, the former Televen host pointed out: “Our focus is on the positive in the story… the bad is on the way wherever we are because destiny is written. Our experience is not that of others and the truth is, the only way to win is the taking of risks. “Like we bet 10 years of my life in the United States, why not bet and invest them in the land that gave birth to me?” he commented on another publication on the camera’s social network.
Vanessa Carmona took the opportunity to mention that with her husband they have achieved everything they set out to do and it is time to enjoy the fruits and multiply them.
Finally, he would like to thank his followers for their support. “Thank you for your positive messages, for the good vibes and for not hitting each other with your views based on Venezuela, we have had enough of that.”