Do the seven gazillion people living in this world ever find "love"? Do they ever find it? I mean there's all kinds of love: love in a friendship, love with your parents, love in a relationship, with an animal or a tree but, do the seven gazillion people feel it or find it? Well, the … Continue reading Do You Know?
Guess who finally traveled? This girl! May 23rd is a day to remember. Our final stop was Managua, Nicaragua. When I arrived, I felt really happy to be in a new country. For the first time in my life, I didn't hesitate or cry when I left home back in Jersey. The look in my … Continue reading I Went To Nicaragua!
You know how a dog watches your every move: the way you talk, you walk, where you go, your tone, everything. I am like that. I like to know everything about them before they meet me. I watch everything. I watch people, pets, things, the floor, the movements, what's different and what's the same. I … Continue reading I Am An Observer
You know when you have all the great things in your life? Well, do you ever feel like you have everything right in front of you that is simply amazing and you just want to say "I really don't want to lose this" to yourself because you're so scared of getting lost in time? Yeah. … Continue reading Fear of Getting Lost
Here is a song by Patrick Stump called "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)" Every words a new regret* If you say it right, right Every wound can be forgotten In the right light Oh nostalgia I don't need you anymore 'Cause the salad days are over And the meat is at my door 'Cause they might Try … Continue reading A Song that Changed Me
It's 22:22 in Nicaragua. Two hours before the East Coast in the United States. Here, I came in a class trip to learn about globalization with 15 other students. Mind you, these other 15 students, I have no clue who they are. I suck at making new friends and I could never speak correctly. I … Continue reading Making New Friends
May 14, 2:30, was the time it slipped away. Many of you are wondering what slipped away, but I am going to tell you in a minute. It's Mother's Day and everyone is going flower shopping, fruit basket shopping or teddy bear shopping. All the bodegas, supermarkets, flower shops get more money on Mother's Day. … Continue reading When It Slipped Away
This is the month, a very important month to me. Hear it, May, a syllable with three letters that means so much to me. I get excited everytime I cross out the days that pass by and see that fewer days are left. There's just one thing, I am scared. I shouldn't be scared at … Continue reading The Days Are Getting Closer
Time is not stopping. My fingers get cold when I am alone, my body starts to sink in and my face starts to turn blue. I feel like I am dead but I am not dead. I'm just dead to the feeling of finally rising. I don't want to rise just yet, I still want … Continue reading Get Ready…Get Set…Don’t Go
This story is a sequence to "An Early Sunday Morning" because I have to explain both tragedies. Naming cars wasn't apart of my thing. I never wouldve thought that I would have a car or more importantly, never would have thought we could afford another car. The reason I say that is because lots of … Continue reading An Early Sunday Morning