Soundtrack: “In my mind, it’s Sunday all the time.” By: Gabriela Yareliz So, my dream of a rainy [omitted: humid] November came true, except for the humid part, which was part of the request. Yesterday, rain drops pelted us like bullets. Cold, stinging rain. I guess you can’t have it all. (Grin). November is here, andContinue reading “Sunday Girl”
By: Gabriela Yareliz The following list was compiled from notebooks where I did my articles, class journals, news outlets, etc. 2012 was great, 2013 will be just as wonderful I hope. Like every year, it had its ups and downs. The Best of 2012 Cricket: In January of 2012, I walked onto the field byContinue reading “The best and worst of 2012”
By: Gabriela Yareliz For accurate Hurricane Sandy reporting: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-october-31-2012/hurricane-sandy-s-aftermath?xrs=share_copy
By: Gabriela Yareliz Here is a photographic journey through the Lower East Side and my wanderings. On Sabbath, we passed out hot food, and we went to the Washington Square Park, but also hit up the East Village. When I saw the devastation there, I decided to go back and document. A SPECIAL THANKSContinue reading “Lower East Side: Alphabet City through my eyes”
By: Gabriela Yareliz Hello beautiful friends! My story begins with empty rooms and a lobby filled with students clutching their candles and flashlights. This is how we arrive to the scene: It has been such a long while. Well– not really; but kind of. It has been a crazy week to say the least. AfterContinue reading “Hurricane Sandy hits and the days after”
By: Gabriela Yareliz (Below is my screen shot while watching the Weather Channel) 7:40 p.m. Here we are. This morning, the people across the street were watching Spongebob (their window was open). Now, they are watching the Weather Channel like the rest of us. I have been watching all day. I like how professors stillContinue reading “Hurricane Sandy: Waiting for the tide”
When I am afraid, I will put my trust in You.
Reactions to the words “There’s a hurricane coming” Northerners, Foreigners, Westerners: Native Floridians: