Wednesday, October 24, 2012

My Mom
Do you have a mom that is cool? Well my mom is, she is a hard-working principal who try her best to make other children's life better. She is a leader, cute, and a loving and caring mom. I think my mom is the # 1 mom in the world, she went threw a lot to be who is is now. She has accomplished a lot to provide for me, my grandma and others. She is the BEST!!!!!!!!!

My Favorite Candy

  1. Jolly Rancher
  2. Nerds 
  3. Gummy Bears 
  4. Blow pop
  5. Bubble Gum
  6. Smarties 

Sunday, September 9, 2012

5 of My Favorite Shows on Food Network

Food Network.svg

  1. The Great Food Truck Race 
  2. Food Network Star
  3. Chopped  
  4. Paula's Best Dishes 
  5. Cupcake Wars

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Shades of beauty

This picture represent women of different 
shades and their beauty
On June 23  I went to Shades of Beauty women of Inspiration Brunch& Award Ceremony.The  Shades of Beauty program is for   girls who learn self-esteem and vision-building. Every two years  Shades of Beauty who is a part of Hip Hop 4Life selects 10-15 young ladies who entering in to the 10th grade will participate. Then it was  the award ceremony, the Honorees for the awards was: Deja "Deja Vu" Parker, Ingrid Thomas-Clark,  Sabah Ayoub, Michaela Angela Davis, and Rosa Delgado.

Myself and Tamekia Holland Flowers, Founder of
Hip Hop4Life and Shades of Beauty. 

I meet Winnie Burch who is the owner of Moetleh Cards & Message. 
She gave me and my friend, Shaniya,  free purses

Myself and Kwame, Producer

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Be Cool. Be Kind.

"The Be Cool. Be Kind" poster 
Dee Vazquez, the host of event 
Today I attended the launch of the pro-kindness campaign, “Be Cool. Be Kind.”, which took took place at Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Dee Vazquez, hosted the event and introduced  Ms. Michaela Angela Davis who talked about the history of making the campaign.  She said it was important for the girls to understand what it means to “Be kind and help girls to be cool with one another.”

The panel 

My favorite part was the panel because everyone  shared there experiences with bullying. The panel included Ms. Michaela; Ms. Diane (Guidance Counselor from PS 11), Dr. Wendi Williams (Professor from LIU), my mom, Nadia Lopez (Principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy) and Diondra Sims (Scholar from Mott Hall Bridges). I thought it was brave of Diondra to go on the stage to talk about her past and how people bullied or teased her about her weight, clothing, and hair. She also shared how she use to bully other people to release the pain she was feeling. 

Borough President, Marty Markowitz 
Myself and DJ Frachella 
Finally Marty Markowitz was there, he is the Borough President of Brooklyn. He was thanked my mom for  hosting the event and him talk to the audience also the girl scouts, girls inc, and mentoring programs.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Mad Free!!!!!

On Saturday, May 4, I went to a MAD Free event, hosted by Michaela angela Davis, with my mom. The event took place at the Ultra Vintage located in Brooklyn, New York.  The purpose was  to pay tribute to the Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin mother, by writing her a personal message on a sheet of paper. How creative you got, was really up to you. I wrote peace, love, justice, and hope for in my tribute because she is dealing with a lot of stress and I want to make her feel better.

 Creating a masterpiece

My tribute to Ms. Sybrina Fulton

After we finished, Miss Michaela shared the story about the death of her brother who passed away when he was also seventeen years old, like Trayvon. She interviewed her mother who was cried when she explained how much she missed her son and how much her life changed. It was emotional and I was glad that I could share the time with my mom.

Ms.Michaela and Ms.Helen Delaney

Saturday, April 7, 2012

A Chopped Chef Experience

On Sunday, April  1, 2012  I had a fun time meeting with Michele Ragusis, who was the Head Chef of Beast and Dutch Boy in Brooklyn, N.Y. After seeing her on the Food Network's show "Chopped", thought she was cool and asked my mom if I could interview her.

At first I was nervous, but Ms. Michele, was really nice and she answered all of my questions.

C: What inspired you to cook?

M:  My mother inspired me to cook.  So I'm Greek-Italian and my mom was constantly in the kitchen from the time I was a little kid, she was just cooking away.

C: Is she your greatest supporter?

M:  Yeah, I think she's my greatest supporter.

C: Why?

M: She loves food and much as I do and taught me to love it so much and I think she is proud of me following in her footsteps.

C: From all of the shows on the Food Network, why did you choose to be on "Chopped"?

M: I chose to be on "Chopped" because I think it challenges me and I like a challenge. Being able to go into a basket and cook something I don't know and do it in a certain time is fun.

C: When I get older, I want to be a chef, can you give me and other kids my age advice on how we can do this.

M: I think if you love food and really pay attention to fresh ingredients and culinary school is good option so you can learn about sauces,  how to break down thinks and take classes in butchering to really prepare for it. Also know that it is a really hard industry, so you have to be willing to work 13, 14, 15 hours, on your feet.  So if this is something that you would want to do go for it, go to culinary art school. 

C: Thank you.