Feeling Worthless?

Everybody felt the feeling of being worthless…even me! It’s natural to feel unwanted. But guess what? If you feel like you just want to die or if you feel like no one cares for you…Someone does!

Here…watch this video by Holly Starr :)..

How do you feel now? Still not worth it?

Well, I’ll tell you what…Hebrews 13: 5 says that :

Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said,

“Never will I leave you;
never will I forsake you.”



God will never leave you even if you think He doesn’t care anymore. H can forgive you of your sins and you can talk to Him through prayer and if you follow His Will, He will give you more blessings you’ll ever get :).

Turn your frown upside down, put on a smiling face :).

You’re beautiful…God created You in His own image.

Kingdom Rock 2013 VBS

July 19, 2013– It was my first time to volunteer! I really had fun and I had new friends :). I was the assistant leader for the group “Pages.”

Our theme was “Kingdom Rock” and at the first day, our focus was that God’s love helps us stand strong. At the second day, our focus was that FAMILY AND FRIENDS HELP US STAND STRONG. At the third day, our focus was that PRAYING TO GOD HELPS US STAND STRONG. At the fourth day, our focus was that TRUSTING GOD HELPS US STAND STRONG. At the last day, our focus was that THE BIBLE HELPS US STAND STRONG.

The kids really enjoyed attending our VBS and you just don’t know how energetic they are! They are way too far from energetic!

God really did a job well done in our VBS! We really enjoyed it and we hope to see more kids next year 🙂


Why is it Important to Allow and Appreciate Diversity?

Diversity is an important thing that we should allow and appreciate because all people are different physically,mentally, and spiritually. You won’t find a person that is exactly like you!

You shouldn’t make fun of diversity too because people are living things. You are a person, so if you want to be treated as a normal person, treat other people just as you want to be treated! I mean, think about it! Would you want to be called stinky and cruel names? Would you want to be bullied?

We shouldn’t look at people’s appearance. We should look at how they act, how good, and kind they are. It’s the same thing as the saying, “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.”

I think that above all, diversity is awesome. Being unique and different is cool!

This, this is for all the girls, boys all over the world
Whatever you’ve been told, you’re worth more than gold
So hold your head up high, it’s your time to shine
From the inside out it shows, you’re worth more than gold  

Gold by Britt Nicole


Eat For The Poor

Dad: Caasi, finish your food!

Me: I don’t want to…I’m full!

Dad: Why did you take that much if you can’t even finish it?

Me: I didn’t know

Dad: Just eat it…many people don’t have the opportunity to eat lots of foods

Me: Will the poor people be full if I eat my food?

It was such a fun night!


Hanging Out with my Buddies at the Snow!


Ana, Gwyn, Ambar, and I hang out every Friday after school…

This time, it was sooooo FUN!

We went sledding at our place’s library…yeah, you may think it’s weird to sled at the library. But, there’s this big “square hole” by the library that was filled with hills of snow, so Ana thought that it might be fun sledding in there (I think we’re the only ones that sledded there :)).

So, everyone agreed and went. At first, I thought it was a CRAZY idea to sled at the library, but it was sooo mmmuuuuccchhhh FUUUNNN!!!

Ana went to get sleds in her house…

Ana was the first one to try sledding on the highest snow hill, and she had a good landing! So, I tried sledding but boy, oh, boy…I failed! I landed at the side of the snow hill and bumped myself on the stone wall! Ugh! Thank God, there was no damage and it didn’t hurt, but I had lots of snow on my body! I was freezing cold! So, I stopped for a while as I watched Gwyn go down the snow hill with a perfect landing.

Next comes Ambar, she fell too! But not on the walls :)!

So, was I having an unlucky day or what?

When I finally had the guts to start sledding again, I had a pretty good landing!

Then, we tried sledding in the other snow hill that was  narrow and high. I had a perfect landing!

We had so much fun, and we had lots of frost bites but anyways, my FRIENDS are AWESOME!

The Crossing Guard Near Our School

The crossing guard near our school…

I call him Mr. G, he is a pretty old man, but he is happy, strong, and ongoing.

Every time me and my sisters with my mom, walk home from school, we walk across the street where Mr. G is in-charge with. He always give us Tootsie Rolls, Dubble Bubble, and Jolly Ranchers.

Sometimes, when he doesn’t have candy for us, he says, “Sorry, li’l kids! Forgot to bring one for ya’ll”…

I enjoyed walking home from school because of the candies he would always give us.

When winter came, we no longer walk home from school…My Dad drives us to our house. So, I don’t always see him now.

But one day, my sister told me that Mr. G got sick, and their school gave cards for him. I felt really bad!

Still, snow pours, my Dad sill drives us to go home…

One day, I was asking my sister what happened with Mr. G, she had a frown in her face and said, “He passed away.”

I thought that she was joking because she always jokes around but yes, what she said was true.

I felt so sad….



A No-Book Library?

Yup, a no-book library…

Bexar County Public Library is a “bibliotech” library…

What I mean:

Bexar County Public Library (BCPL) is a “bookless” library!!! Instead of an actual book, they read it on a digital device…Yes, an E-Book Reader! People will borrow ebooks with their own E-Book Reader or by borrowing one of the library’s e-readers. At start, it will have 100 e-readers available for circulation and to take out, and then 50 e-readers for children, 50 computer stations, 25 laptops and tablets on site.

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…The world today, HI-TECH!!! I wish that I could visit the library some day :)…

Pizza Party with Mrs. Scott!

January 22, 2013-Lunch period at Mrs. Scott’s classroom…PIZZA PARTY!!!

Mrs. Scott is no longer my Language Arts teacher, same with my classmates because we changed schedules…I’m now with Ms. Jimenez class along with Gwyn, Eli, Nick, Mike, and Anna.

When Mr. Kish (our assistant principal) went over with the morning announcement at second period, he said that Mrs. Scott’s 1/2 block before (which was mine, Gwyn, Eli, Nick, Mike, and Anna’s before) read 225 books this quarter and that we will have a pizza party at lunchtime in Mrs. Scott’s room! We were soooooo HAPPY :)!

We were the smallest Language Arts class in Mrs. Scott…Actually I read 24 books this quarter and Gwyn read 54! The rest of the class probably read 50 (you do the Math :)).

So during lunch, we went to Mrs. Scott’s room along with the students who have lunch detention:)…I ate 3 pizzas: 2 sausage pizzas and 1 cheese pizza (I missed the pepperoni pizza :(..)

Alyse and Ryan was having a pizza contest…Alyse ate 4 pizzas, while Ryan ate 5 pizzas!

It was really a fun “REUNION” for us…

Message to my Language Arts classmates “before” and “now”:

You guys are so AWESOME!!!

Thank you also to Mrs. Scott for being an awesome teacher…And to Papa John’s :).