August 30, 2018: More Hardship in Puerto Rico

More trouble is coming for Puerto Rican residents displaced from their homes due to Hurricane Maria. On September 14, residents in FEMA sponsored housing within the US will need to relocate, according to a district judges’ ruling. These displaced residents have been living in this type of housing for nearly 10 months. There may beContinue reading “August 30, 2018: More Hardship in Puerto Rico”

August 29, 2018: Water Damage

Water damage have become a major topic in recent weeks. The schools within our area are currently dealing with the aftermath of such a complication (mold), and are now in a delayed schedule timeline as a result. My job is a year round center, and it also has a situation with a pipe bursting. WeContinue reading “August 29, 2018: Water Damage”

August 28, 2018: Friendship Despite the Challenges

My heart continues to break for Puerto Rico. A report came out this week that the death toll from Hurricane Maria is much higher than originally reported. It didn’t come as a surprise to me, since a storm of that magnitude would make a huge impact. What saddens me is the lack of attention PuertoContinue reading “August 28, 2018: Friendship Despite the Challenges”

August 26, 2018: Birthday in Rockland

Today Andy and I went to Rockland County to celebrate my niece Ana’s 4th birthday. It’s always such a treat when I see her. Ever since I moved down to central NJ two years ago, I don’t get to see her very often, so it’s a special time whenever I’m around her. Ana is suchContinue reading “August 26, 2018: Birthday in Rockland”

August 23, 2018: Weekend Plans, and Positive Change

This weekend Andy and I celebrate my niece’s 4th birthday. It will be held in at a park in Rockland County, New York. We attended her party last year at the same location, and we had a wonderful time. I have relatives who live in this area, so it will be nice to go visitContinue reading “August 23, 2018: Weekend Plans, and Positive Change”