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Tag Archives: Repentino
Time. Time passes so fast and the one thing that often happens is fighting for the moments to appreciate what happens in those seconds, minutes,hours, days, week, months, and years that fly by. The biggest crime is not being able … Continue reading
New but Familiar Firsts In New York
New York, quite by accident, became the home of Repentino. when it came to the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, a place where Repentino. received guidance, direction, and a start. A start does not come without realization that starts are because … Continue reading
Food for Thought
“We are not clowns in a circus for you to come, and watch and make research notes about and make your name for writing down our suffering.”
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged "D" is for Delaware, Cora Laudato, Coraful Art, CSPA, MACO Assembly, Monica Avila, Pamela Moreno, Pepperdine Graphic, Pepperdine University, Repentino, Restaurants as a Second Home, Sam Kim, The Splendid Table, Yasmin Khan, Yonsei, Zaitoun: Recipes from the Palestinian Kitchen Leave a comment
What Are You Willing to Sacrifice?
I can barely move my fingers as the skin protests around my fingers with every single movement. Frostbitten, but not from the frost or mid winter barrage of wind, but from the plunging down repeatedly into bone-chilling water bring up … Continue reading
Chills that Reveal…
SO MUCH has happened in the span of three weeks, but for me in blogging, I often have to let an event soak in for days, maybe even a week after, to allow the true aspects of covering it all … Continue reading
Moments that can’t be forgotten, should not be forgotten, and lessons to be kept deep inside.
Looking back at leaving Mexico before such a tragedy as the 2017 earthquake that touched so many parts of my romping grounds, I found there are voices I can latch onto that remind everyone, tragedy is not the only path … Continue reading
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Th – angst- giving? No problem.
Thanksgiving 2017. In the states. So much has changed in so little time, wow. SO MUCH. It is surreal as I look back and see a year ago I was on a beach, thinking, “This isn’t your typical Thanksgiving…” and … Continue reading
Recovering Lost Opportunities
It has been said, as Thanksgiving Break ends, the rest flies in front of you, without realizing where time has gone. The Thanksgiving Break was full of surprises, places I never had been too and as a result individuals I … Continue reading
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