Quotes-Mother Teresa

By: Gabriela Yareliz I found these quotes, and I wanted to share them: Let us always meet each other with a smile … for a smile is the beginning of love. — Mother Teresa Love to be real must cost; it must hurt; it must empty us of self. — Mother Teresa Be faithful inContinue reading “Quotes-Mother Teresa”

Cricket

My team 🙂  By: Gabriela Yareliz Reporting on Cricket has been so much fun. Every Tues./Thurs. it makes my day. I am usually tired, hungry and cold by the time practice begins, but it is always a blast. I am starting to understand what the team’s Hindi means without knowing Hindi. And I think we’ve madeContinue reading “Cricket”

Hospital Español

By: Gabriela Gonzalez Yesterday was a busy day. All week I’ve been running to and fro, rain or shine, trying to make my hair look decent and such things. Yesterday afternoon I stopped at the Taco Bell off of Archer. It used to be gross to be honest, but now it’s remodeled and clean. TheContinue reading “Hospital Español”

Worry-free Monday

By: Gabriela Yareliz Good morning to you! It is Monday. I grabbed the paper this morning, and I am wearing a skirt, which means it is a good Monday. I started off the morning by pouring 1/20th of my tea on myself on the bus (the girl in front of me was watching it allContinue reading “Worry-free Monday”

Broken Families and Chocolate’s link to Child Slavery

By: Gabriela Yareliz 1] I found out today that Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp have separated. This makes me sad. It’s one of those break-my-heart moments. I guess because I come from a broken home, I know what this means for the children invovled. That is always who I think about. When parents divorce, separateContinue reading “Broken Families and Chocolate’s link to Child Slavery”

Observant

By: Gabriela Yareliz Good morning! So, guess who the new Cricket reporter is? Yup- me. Thank you Patalia House (bollywood movie) for peaking my interest. I really need to get a Cricket for dummies book or something. At least I know what a bowler is. This morning, I looked up at a building and it wasContinue reading “Observant”

Evaporation

By: Gabriela Yareliz Look who is back… I know after much silence. It’s a tough life we lead. (Smile). It’s back to school, and I am already preparing presentation outlines in French, and trying to decide how I will live through my capstone course. I will. I am convinced all things are possible through Christ.Continue reading “Evaporation”

Christmas

By: Gabriela Yareliz I have finished two books. I am proud of myself. Today on the radio I cried (again) with Kidd Kraddick’s Christmas wish. Today they granted money and $10,000 (money for tuition) to a 19-year-old girl who has terminal cancer and takes care of her brother’s three kids. When you look at otherContinue reading “Christmas”

Final Exams

By: Gabriela Yareliz I am done. No more final exams. I took my final final. 🙂 I am feeling great. Now, I must start doing what I dislike most, going to stores. It is that season. This morning, I thought no buses were running and I got all scared until some ghetto bus with whatContinue reading “Final Exams”