On My Way

By: Gabriela Yareliz I like my peaceful homebody moments. I will be in my kitchen, chopping away and intrigued by all of my senses. I learn so much in those moments of edible chemistry. Last week, as I stirred a risotto to death, I learned that vegetable stock and vegetable broth are not the sameContinue reading “On My Way”

Florida Girl

By: Gabriela Yareliz I heard this song and it made me miss Florida so badly. I mean, I already miss Florida like crazy, but this song did it. It is like the soundtrack to my days driving with my windows down through country roads. I can’t wait to be home. This song is: driving throughContinue reading “Florida Girl”

This Week’s Picks: June 23, 2013

Hello Everyone, I hope this week will be an inspiring one. I hope each of us will take a duty to uplift others, and enjoy the beautiful summer ahead of us. Let us look back and count our blessings. Let us dream big and change the world in our own way. Let us change perspectiveContinue reading “This Week’s Picks: June 23, 2013”

Daniel’s secret

“Daniel’s clearness of mind and firmness of purpose, his power in acquiring knowledge and in resisting temptation, were due in a great degree to the plainness of his diet, in connection with his life of prayer…” Youth’s Instructor, July 9, 1903, Ellen G. White

Every boy and every girl deserves a chance to see this world…

Lyrics by Keegan Smith: Road Trippin’ I got the pedal to the medal My foot through the flow My windows rolled down Music blasting so loud I’m just road trippin’ Rock it out, Road trippin’ (x3) Let the concrete jungle full of pain Replace my struggles with a mountain range From fast pace cars theyContinue reading “Every boy and every girl deserves a chance to see this world…”

Happy Thanksgiving

By: Gabriela Yareliz We have so much to be thankful for! I hope that as you spend the holiday with family and friends you meditate on the great blessings God has bestowed on you. Take nothing for granted. Safety, health, family, friends, intelligence,Ā opportunity, work– even in the bad times, we must always praise God forContinue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”

Hurricane Sandy hits and the days after

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”