Don’t cancel, just postpone

Right now we are all facing something unknown and have to cancel or postpone events, whether we like it or not. This is the case for everyone graduating this year from high school and college. Believe me, I know it sucks not being able to be a part of the celebration of your hard work … Continue reading Don’t cancel, just postpone

Housewarming

Last night, after four months, I finally had a proper house warming party in my  apartment. It wasn't a lot of people but it was a great excuse to see and get my friends from high school together again, at least some of them. We were so happy to see each other and started trying … Continue reading Housewarming

March for our lives

Yesterday's demonstration to enforce gun control in the  U.S. was a demonstration of strength and courage from students, parents, teachers and all the people who want a change. We have all just had enough of mass shootings, of being scared to even go to school, and the success of this demonstration was something worth noticing … Continue reading March for our lives

Proud Mr. Leavitt

My high school vice principal has been all over Facebook today, from various posts on the school's page, posts from teachers and students filled with pride. Last night José Manuel Leavitt had the honor of presenting his former student, doctor Ana Maria Polo, with the price Estrella tu Mundo (Your World Star) at the awards … Continue reading Proud Mr. Leavitt