Notes on love

By: Gabriela Yareliz 1] Friendship first is a solid foundation 2] I no longer wish to be loved childishly. I want to be loved with the strength and charm of maturity. I don’t want to be smothered by the fear of jealousy and insecurities. I don’t want a relationship based solely upon shutting the worldContinue reading “Notes on love”

Designed to live by choice

From Life’s Greatest Lessons or 20 Things I Want My Kids to Know, by: Hal Urban “We can’t choose what happens in our lives, but we can choose how to respond. We have the ability to survive hardship and overcome handicaps. We have the capacity to rise above negative circumstances because we have free will,Continue reading “Designed to live by choice”

I will never…

By: Gabriela Yareliz This will be a fun blog. All about the things we accept we will never be or have. They say never say never– but perhaps there are things we can actually say never about. Inspired by: I’ll never like Chipotle Every time I walk by this place, I cringe. Yesterday, whileContinue reading “I will never…”

Walk with me through Central Park

By: Gabriela Yareliz First things first, the quality of the photos is not the best. They came from my phone. Later, I will post some better ones I took with my camera, but my camera decided to pass out mid-walk, hence the phone photos. But it will give you an idea of the beautiful autumnContinue reading “Walk with me through Central Park”

This Week’s Picks: October 27, 2013

1] Demi Lovato’s best song: 2] How to stay warm now that it is freezing (wink) By: Gabriela Yareliz (me) 1] Tights/leggings (the very hated elements of winter that help) 2] Laugh 3] Gloves that are not knit; that have no holes where the cold seeps in 4] Grow your hair long and wrap itContinue reading “This Week’s Picks: October 27, 2013”

Baby, it’s cold outside…

By: Gabriela Yareliz Oooh baby; it’s cold outside. Like, so cold it should be illegal (exaggeration due to initial shock). I have no idea how the temperature dropped so many degrees in a day. So much, that the building turned on the heater. Miracle. Last year, management waited until November. Bundle up! The man byContinue reading “Baby, it’s cold outside…”