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Monthly Archives: December 2017
Mexico 2017’s Message to the World, In the Face of Obstacles, People United make the Difference Wake Up to Unity!
As Repentino. collects together the responses given to us from many Mexican citizens about the earthquake that changed so much in Mexico as a country, you can look back and see how a single event united a whole nation, an … Continue reading
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Liliana the Leader and M. the Magnificent…Education should be fun 100%
The last day of 2017 brings with it much nostalgia, and hopefully, despite the craziness that was a tumultuous 2017, we all have memories, sad and bright, that lead us to do better things for ourselves in 2018. I had … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged ASF Summer Camp, John Powell, Liliana Dominguez, Paloma Fuentes, Patricia Montes, Roots and Shoots Leave a comment
The Summits of Our Discontent…Putting Plans Into Action Through Summits and Collaboration.
What exactly does the word of summit mean? I asked myself this after reflecting on the 4th Western Sussex Summit that was held a Woodbridge High School, December 1, 2017. sum·mit ˈsəmət/ noun 1. the highest point of a hill … Continue reading
Looking Back in Holidays that Create Holidays…
It has been a heck of a year, wow, and it is not over yet – and there has much to look back on, now and from the past to grimace, grin, and laugh about, also to shake your head … Continue reading
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Miracles Occur in the Largest Places, the Smallest Places, in All Places.
“The world is held together by things you can’t see.” – Miracle on 34th Street. Location is a crazy thing. Especially today. With so many advances on traveling, location has become not an obstacle, except to the individual. It is … Continue reading
The Starriest Wars On a Bone Chilling Night Strike Back…
True, I have grown up seeing Star Wars in the theatre and it is amazing to acknowledge how far Star Wars has come, with so many changes, so many landmarks, that make it a true space soap opera. There is … Continue reading
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Hot – Coco is Hot – for many reasons…
OF COURSE COCOA is Hot, but when we are talking about the latest Disney film, Coco, yes, that is hot for many reasons as well. From the beginning I had reservations until I did hear the behind the scenes testimony … Continue reading
Posted in Film, Movies, Uncategorized Tagged Alebrijes, Coco, Day of the Dead, Dia De Los Muertos, ofrenda, Patzcuaro, The Book of Life Leave a comment
The Re-Awakening of Self Around Others
Going back to the IWCA Conference in Chicago, I have to admit, I had not heard of the key note speaker, Neisha-Anne Green before, but I did sense alot of buzz around her as the key note speaker. I had … Continue reading
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The Road Not Taken…
Most of you are familiar with, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both…” by Robert Frost. It was amazing to think this very thought as Repentino. was able to sit down with … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Michelle Westholm, Vik Servin Leave a comment
The Eastern Shore, National Novel Writing Month, & Inviting You in, 50, 000? Alot more is there…
November. Those of you that know enough of National Novel Writing Month, one thing sticks out to you when you first read about this. 50, 000 words in a month. No way. Some walk away – but if you think … Continue reading
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