The Fair

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A Journey to Disney Springs (on my birthday)

My winter break started when my family (my mom, grandma, stepdad and stepdad’s grandson) and I went on a trip to Orlando, Florida to spend my mom and I’s birthday, Christmas Eve and Christmas morning there. So, I decided to do a photo essay on my favorite day, which ended up being the day in which I turned 15 and my mom turned… an age she’d rather not mention. For this special event, we got up super late and unexpectedly (because we had literally no plans) decided to go to Disney Springs to spend our day; here’s some of what happened… Continue reading “A Journey to Disney Springs (on my birthday)”

The sea

When I think about how my life used to be when I was a child, the first thing that comes to mind is that sacred place in which I spent most of my earliest days alive: the sea. The thrilling and yet peace-inducing waves that would carry my body from side to side seem to be one of the sea’s features that I reminisce whenever I’m near said place. Continue reading “The sea”

And I Can’t Help But Think: What Will Become of Us?

Just as a warning, I will say this: this is my own opinion and if you believe otherwise, then that’s your own opinion, which I respect, so respect mine the same way.

 

This year’s Midterm elections took place yesterday, November 6, 2018. From 7 pm all the way until 2 am of today, I spent my time anxiously, eyes glued to my phone’s screen to check if I got any Twitter alerts that announce the winners for Florida’s gubernatorial and senatorial races. Continue reading “And I Can’t Help But Think: What Will Become of Us?”

Boston University Admissions’ reception in Miami, Florida: A Review

Today (September 23, 2018) Boston University Admissions held two ‘special receptions’ in Florida. One of these events took place at Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay, while the other was at Pine Crest School Boca Campus Performing Arts Center.

After having been informed about the receptions, I decided to go to the one closest to me: the one in Miami. This event would take place from 1 pm to 2 pm, and all the people attending–which included high school students from all grades and their parents–would hear talks from three different people related to Boston University in some way that would be advocating for BU and convincing the attendees to join the school. Continue reading “Boston University Admissions’ reception in Miami, Florida: A Review”