By: Gabriela Yareliz I heard Erwin McManus say that when cultures do not change, they repeat behaviors. We see this in how the world operates. Political systems showcase this. Just the other day, I was looking at an article in The New Yorker which reminded me of the Pacto del Olvido (the pact to forget),Continue reading “Olvido”
By: Gabriela Yareliz Writing with condolences to the family of Carlos Marin and the Il Divo family. We have lost one of the greatest vocalists to come out of Spain (and the world, to be honest) to this virus that has flipped the world upside down. There is so much that will just never beContinue reading “Carlos Marin”
By: Gabriela Yareliz People magazine has a list of ‘100 Reasons to Love America’ this week. (I didn’t subscribe; but for some reason, I receive magazines to my address from them). Guess what #100 was? Ben Affleck and J.Lo. I laughed. While it’s a bit ridiculous, it reminded me of relationship nostalgia. Then, there wasContinue reading “The Way We Were”
By: Gabriela Yareliz Today, I was talking to a friend about how excited I am to read Unfinished by Priyanka Chopra Jonas. It brought to mind all the cross-over stars I knew about before they were famous and well known here in the U.S. That’s the thing, when you are steeped into other cultures, youContinue reading “Before The World Knew Them”
Congrats to the newlyweds: Laila Gohar and Omar Sosa Bartolomé. May you be happy, forever and ever. Laila, you are an inspiration and artist in and out of the kitchen. Your originality, authenticity and joy make you such a queen. Congrats, you guys!
Si no te has enterado…
Cumple los 28, ahora, el 26 de abril. [Imagenes de revistas españolas]
¿Por qué complicamos todo? ¿Por qué no decimos lo que en verdad está diciendo nuestro corazón? Y que, si las cosas no son como aparentan… Hay que ir aún más profundo.
[Image from @BlancaSuarezWeb] “Dicen que odiar es para los cobardes, que la gente valiente ama, ama sin límites…” Blanca Suarez “They say that hate is for cowards, and that courageous people love, they love without limits…” Blanca Suarez
By: Gabriela Yareliz This month took forever. I have been drafting this post for so long, I was surprised to see some of my “picks” (it feels like I found them ages ago). August is one of those get-up-to-speed months. A month of warmth and cooling temperatures. One of the last green months. A month of deadlines. A monthContinue reading “This Month’s Picks: August 2014”