I couldn’t wait to start exercising this morning mostly because it was a great distraction from the news and thinking about the election results. I started quickly after breakfast. I didn’t want to look at any news or updates on social media and exercising is a good way to get your mind and attention off … Continue reading Exercise to distract myself
Last weekend I found one of the missing pieces for my apartment, the entertainment center. I wasn't really looking for it so desperately because I didn't know what I wanted and my TV was already hanging on the wall, but I did need somewhere to put the DVD and the cable connection. So I found … Continue reading Finally got my entertainment center!
It's that time again, soccer time. Every four years, when it's time for the FIFA World Cup, I get lost in the world of soccer. I don't follow the games during the year, but when it comes to the World Cup, I'm watching. It started this morning, at 11:00 a.m. and I couldn't watch the … Continue reading FIFA World Cup: Russia 2018
Yesterday I watched this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live which was hosted by none other than the SNL legend Will Ferrell. I was looking forward to his monologue at the beginning of the show because as anyone would assume from him, I thought it was going to be really funny, but the truth is … Continue reading That hit too close to home
I may be a little late in doing this but I just started watching The Good Doctor and oh my god it is so good! I had some reservations for watching it because it really didn't sound like something I would like. I didn't know the story line, it was just the name but now … Continue reading “The Good Doctor”
This week, during her brief visit to Puerto Rico, our friend Irma didn't cause nearly as much damage as we all expected, as I mentioned in my previous post. The main problem that most of us felt was the loss of power in houses and businesses. This wasn't the case for everyone but more than … Continue reading The things we take for granted
When I was younger, like high school or maybe even younger, I had a huge collection of Archie comics. Every time I found a new issue I had to have it and read it from front to back, sometimes reading them again when I couldn't find a new one. I remember I had a box … Continue reading Riverdale
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