martes, 2 de noviembre de 2010

I have a song!

Hi there, pals!
This time I want to share with you something one of my friends showed me...

As you can see (and hear), this is a song called "Geraldine" (yes, just like me) from a scotch band called Glasvegas.
With this discovery I felt very happy for two reasons: 
1.- I like the sound of the band, I think is really good, and 
2.- not everybody has a song with her/his name. I have mine and I loved it ♥.

Here's the lyrics in case that (as me) you want to sing along:

When your sparkle evades your soul
I'll be at your side to console
When your standing on the window ledge
I'll talk you back from the edge
I will turn your tide
Be your shepard and your guide
When your lost in the deep and darkest place around
May my words walk you home safe and sound

When you say that I'm no good and you feel like walking
I need to make sure you know thats just the Prescription talking
When your feet decide to walk you on the wayward side
Up upon the stairs and down the downward slide
I will, I will turn your tide
Do all that I can to heal you inside
I'll be the angel on your shoulder
My name is Geraldine, I'm your social worker
I see you need me
I know you do

If you want to know more about this great band, go to 

What about you?  Do you have a song with your name? Let me know and...

Let it be,


My neighborhood

I live in Las Lomas.
Las Lomas is a regular neighborhood from Maracaibo. 
It does has sidewalks but it isn't pedestrian friendly, to be honest.
In my neighborhood there aren't high-rise or a lot of greenery.
In general is a quiet zone except some weekends when my neighbors play loud music.
But we don't mind because every once in a wild we can be loud too. 

A good thing about my neighborhood is that it doesn't have traffic congestion
I have a neighbor, Mrs. Betty,  who lives in the house next to mine. She has a lemmon tree and everytime we need lemmons she give us some in a kindly way. That's totally a plus. 

Here's a picture of Las Lomas's street. 

And well, that's a little bit about my neighborhood. What about yours? Let me know and...

Let it be, 



Hi there, pals! 
This time I'll tell you a little bit about the errands I do.
As a student, this trimester, I found myself doing a several new errands.
For example, for my photography class, some days I have to go to the shop and buy some films for my camera. 

As an auntie:
The school where my nephew goes is really near from my house, so.. sometimes when I arrive home at noon, my sister ask me to pick up my nephew from school, and I do it. 
Also, sometimes I have to take him to his baseball class
Here he is in his baseball outfit. 

As a daughter:
I'm in charge to make all the appointments  related with computers and internet. That includes banks, internet shopping and registrations for me and the rest of my family. 
And of course, I have to make all that errands that my mother doesn't want to do somedays, as unload the groceries once she arrives home, pick up the drycleaning, leave HER car in the garage, etc. 

Let it be, 


viernes, 29 de octubre de 2010


I'm not a trendspotter or a trendy girl, nevertheless, I'll write about some trends I see near me. Here I go:

Trends In Urbe:
There is a new fashion trend in College: the SillyBandz.

A lot of girls (and some boys) wear them in URBE.
SillyBandz is the brand from this rubber bands with a messy look when you wear them. The innovative thing about this bands is that they come as silhouettes from animals, tv shows characters, musical instruments and more. 
This is how they look before you wear them: 

Another trend in URBE is hoodies, because even though Maracaibo is a hot city, in URBE classrooms can be really really cold. 

You can see students with all kind of hoodies:  all colors, all brands... 

Trend In Sports: 
Nowdays a lot of players and athletes are wearing power balance bracelets. 
According to Power Balance producers this is a bracelet designed to work with your body's natural energy field and improve your balance, strength and flexibility. 
I don't know if that is true, what I know for sure is that most of the sports people wear them and a lot of people are following them and getting their power balance too.
Look here for example Cristiano Ronaldo and Shaquille O'Neil wearing them

Trend In Music:
Worldwide right now the trend in music is let every know you and promote yourself trough internet and social networks, it's just the way to go.
Anyone who resist to this, is just left behind.
Some Venezuelan bands as Famasloop give away their music too but also publish their CD with an genious design, stickers and more. In this way, people listen to them, know them and eventually will want and buy the CD.
They are a great band. In you can listen and download all their music. Here's a famasloop video I really like.

Let it be, 


A little bit about my family...

Even though family trends has changed since 1960 or 1970 and there are a lot of divorced couples these days, I belong to a tradicional family.
My family is constituted by a Working Father, our absolut provider, and a Stay-at-home mother, who took care of my brothers, sisters and I and still does!. My mom and dad have been married for over fourty years. Can you believe it? 
Here's a picture of me with them. Is kind of old but I really like it because we're all dressed up (we were in a party ;)) 

About my brothers and sisters: 
Both my brother Henry and my sister Gine divorced and re-married
Here's a picture of my sister Gine with his actual husband, Carlos in their wedding day. They live in La Guaira now, they go frequently to the beach and they're very relax and happy.  

There are no widows or widowers in my family. 

And speaking of me, I'm single and available. 

Let it be, 


lunes, 18 de octubre de 2010

Unsolved Mysteries

Hi there pals.
This time I have to make my version of the story about these two guys.

Let's see...
I 'ts obvious that the guy in the purple sweater is a criminal who first of all broke the law by robbing a bank. How is that obvious? Well, a camera from a shop in front of the bank filmed everything about the crime comitted and in the tape you can see clearly everything (picture number one). 
Police catched him easilly because he didn't have car, he was just running around carrying the money.  
In the confession room (picture number two), he didn't have an alibi, he just told the detective that the guy from the video wasn't him, but you'll see... our detective is a professional and he knows that this guy is the real thieve even though he cried as a baby as you see in picture number three. 
This guy went to jail and this crime is no longer an Unsolved Mysterie.

Let it be,