So, the first week since the local quarantine went intro effect ends tomorrow. It's been a ride. A very emotional one. I used to work from home at a call center job. I loved working from home, hated the fact that it was a call center job mostly. Metrics being more important than an employee's … Continue reading Puerto Rico Quarantine – Week 1
July 24th, 2019. That day is going to live in infamy. It's going to be a date for the history books in Puerto Rico. After twelve nights of protests, Ricardo Roselló resigned as governor. It will be effective August 2nd at 5:00 pm. There's going to be a party to be had that night. The … Continue reading The Anxious Side of the Revolution
Last Wednesday night was stressful but I survived. There are so many different words for what happened that night. I know where to begin too now after all this has happened. I've had it with this government. I've had it with being lied to, valuable resources put to waste, and so many other things. Since … Continue reading The Days After…
I meant to post this a few days ago but I've been trying to catch up on sleep. Been very exhausted lately, can't figure out exactly why. I've been doing a little better in the last couple of days. This last weekend my family came to visit. They came up and we had a picnic … Continue reading Some Family Fun Times
Today has been a pretty slow day for me. I woke up late. I did go out into the street because Adolfo came down from Morovis to spend time out here. He came and picked me up at my apartment and I went up to the festivities with his parents. It has been so stupid … Continue reading The Last Day of Heck Week
So I mentioned it last week and I'll mention it again, Las Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastián are absolutely the only time of the year I don't enjoy. It gets super loud, super messy, and super crowded. There are people from all over the island, people who probably shouldn't be drinking because they're too … Continue reading Heck Week Survival
So this last weekend was officially the closure of the Christmas season for us Puerto Ricans. It runs from Black Friday to last Sunday. We have the longest Christmas season in the world and to me it is just absolutely painful. I really think that this festival(Las Fiestas de la calle San Sebastian, SanSe for … Continue reading SanSe? Please no.