August 20, 2008

Its funny how things work out!

Its funny how you start searching for one thing on the internet and then you run into something else and then after an hour or so you realized you are completely reading a subject that had nothing to do with your original search. Well this always happens to me, really I set off to find something to blog about but then I'm blogging about a different subject.

This is how I started my thinking processes for this blog. I original thought I would blog something lite and nice, since school is going to start next week. I went to youtube to find a funny video about back to school. After viewing video after video I ended up watching a video series called Threadbangers (which are pretty good videos). As I watched one video and then another I ended up watching one of the series about back to school fashion, which then brought me to stenciling. Then I get on this hook that I want to try spray painting stenciling. I start searching free downloads of stencils and I end up finding a link to Sheriff Joe Arpaio Stencil graffiti in Mesa. So I read this blog post about Sheriff Arpaio and then decided to search the News Story. So here I am blogging about Sheriff Arpaio and the graffiti that happen in Mesa. This happened in early July but since I was in San Francisco I didn't hear about it. Now as I read article and blogs about this incident I wonder what and how to react to it. Honestly I really don't like Sheriff Arpaio, so its easy for me to laugh when I saw the graffiti but then I kind of thought about the whole graffiti or Art perspective. So is it Graffiti or Art? I also read one Article from the East Valley Tribune that stated this could be a Hate Crime. At first I thought, why would this be a hate crime, its the truth. But really I guess it defiantly is a hate crime, its racist (even if he is racist). So I am a little at lost with this but it sure makes you think about things twice.

Keep on enjoying Life-

August 19, 2008

Cha Cha

In California I learned about Cha Cha. I had heard about it before but never really thought about using it. It wasn't until I used it in Cali that I realized Cha Cha, is amazing!!! "Cha Cha is like having a smart friend you can call or text for answers on your cell phone anytime for free! ChaCha works with virtually every provider and allows people with any mobile phone device - from basic flip phones to advanced smart phones - to ask any question in conversational English and receive an accurate answer as a text message in just a few minutes". You can ask Cha Cha anything and they do there best to answer. I am addicted to Cha Cha, anything I wonder about I ask Cha Cha. From questions like How many countries are there? To what movies are playing?
I recommend everyone to try it out. Simply text your question to 242242 (spells ‘ChaCha’).
Remember it's FREE!!!

I love it so much I just applied to be Cha Cha Guide. Wish me luck, hopefully I will be answering your questions soon.

Check out a video, to learn more:

-Enjoy Life

August 14, 2008

Leaving my California Ways

Leaving California was harder then I thought it was going to be. I love living in the bay area and especially love the people there. As much as I wanted to be back in Az with family and friends, I loved my California life! Things were so nice, laid back and relaxing. Its completely a different way of living, things are causal, calming, and easy going. I had great friends that loved to have fun and try new things. The weather was Heaven and there was always something to do outside. The food was always interesting, seriously there are so many places to pick from, you name it they got it. The Beach was were I always wanted to be, I loved Santa Cruz. Everything in the Bay Area is just so beautiful. However all of this had to come to an end.

The last night I was there my roommates threw me a goodbye party. We went to my favorite Chinese restaurant for dinner and of course frozen yogurt after dinner. I ended the night baking cookies at midnight and driving from blockbuster to blockbuster trying to find the George Lopez Comedy (which by the way we didn't find).
My Salvadorian Girls
My California Parents: Melvin and Alma

Well vacation had to end............... and here I am back in AZ.

Trying to Enjoy life without the Beach-