One week ago Puerto Rico was preparing for what would happen if just a little bit of The hurricane Dorian hit us. There was no work, school or businesses open, we were all in hiding. But the day went by and thankfully nothing happened here. We have all stayed glued to the news and have … Continue reading Bahamas after Dorian
An update on what's been going on in Puerto Rico: Naming Pedro Pierluisi governor was inconstitucional so he has to go. Now that that's taken care of, our new governor is the ex Secretary of Justice, Wanda Vazquez. No one wants her because of many reasons but according to our constitution sadly, she is next … Continue reading Third governor in five days
Yesterday was another historic day for Puerto Rico. We still haven't gotten the governor to resign but Puerto Ricans have come together like never before, to get him out of here. There have been protests for about 10 days straight, since the nasty chat conversation was first leaked. These protests have not just been held … Continue reading A new Puerto Rico
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Here we go again, another hurricane, this one goes by the beautiful name of María, pretty name, I know. This storm, however, doesn't look like it will be pretty; it's already a category 5 hurricane and it will go over the entire island. Because of María's intensity and traveling direction, through Puerto Rico, the government … Continue reading Stop that María
Writing is one thing that was not taken from me after the accident five years ago. Writing is one of the things that helped me the most. It provided me with, not only a way to remember things, but a way to write down my thoughts and feelings. As I read, writing can be very … Continue reading Write it
I was so happy about my new puppies yesterday that I forgot to mention something else. At about 3 p.m I got the news that the final grade for the class I just took was posted. I had almost forgotten that I was waiting for that, but one of my fellow group members sent us … Continue reading More news
Today I spent a little more than 3 hour working and freezing in a very crowded Starbucks. It looked more like a school library or study room than a coffee shop. Every group had at least one computer for the whole group, at most one per person, like us. When my whole group was there, all … Continue reading Putting together a multimedia story
I can't ignore what is happening right now. Everywhere I look, there he is, there are his words, there is the world terrified, just like I am. I don't want to give him more glory by writing about it, but I just can't ignore it. How did this happen? I thought we had this, I … Continue reading Don’t worry, be happy
For the first time in my life I have been paying attention to the elections. I'm paying attention to the governor candidates in Puerto Rico and I can't help but pay attention to the presidential candidates in the states; and I'm sick of it. I just want this to be over. I want it to … Continue reading Is it over?
The awesome thing about holiday weekends is, not only that it's a long weekend and we go to the beach, but that we can relax. We not only go to the beach, sometimes we go away to the family beach house. My favorite part, after going to the beach and eating a lot is that … Continue reading My chance to read
That’s right, I will star grad school at the end of next week, October 2 to be exact, but I am not going back to school; I still cannot return to Syracuse. I will be taking this class online through the new online program that Syracuse University began to offer in July. I just got … Continue reading I have great news: It is official, I am going to start Grad School next week!