Quiz Me

1. What is your favorite TV show?
2. If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?
3. What did you have for breakfast?
4. What is your favorite cuisine?
I love food, I don't have a favorite
5. Where would you visit if you had the chance?
A tropical place
6. Cup 1/2 empty or 1/2 full?
Full! unless i spill some
7. Where would you want to retire?
8. Favorite time of day?
Usually night-time
9. Where were you born?
In a hospital 
10. What is your favorite sport to watch?
Hoops, you should have known by now.
11. How many siblings?
1 sis (28) & 1 bro (20)
12. Favorite hobby?
Anything creative
13. Do you have any pets?
14. Any exciting news you'd like to share?
I feel blessed!
15. What did you want to be when you were little?
A globetrotter & Designer
16. A fun memory from your childhood?
I used to tell my friends I had a "dog" named Snoopy. (but I didn't)
17. What is your best childhood memory?  
Just being a kid/the unbrokenness. I had the best childhood, period. 
18. Are you a cat or dog person? 
Pooch, all day everyday.
19. Are you married? 
I wish I was <3
20. Always wear your seat belt? 
Of course 
21. Any pet peeves? 
Where do i start lol
22. Favorite Pizza Toppings? 
Veggie style! mushroom, feta/goats cheese, baby spinach/arugula, olive oil/pepper.
23. Favorite Flower?
Ol'school roses, but I like most flowers 
24. Favorite ice cream? 
I'm not the biggest fan of IC, but i would say cookie-dough/brownie or just simply vanilla/strawberry
25. Favorite fast food? 
Umm... french-fries?
26. From whom did you get your last email? 
Nike Talk
27. Which store would you choose to max out your credit card? 
Pet Store, Haa!
28. Did anything spontaneous lately? 
This quiz?
29. Like your job? 
Ya It's allright! Though, I want to start my own business.
30. Broccoli? 
Yes please!
31. What was your favorite vacation? 
32. Last person you went out to dinner with?
My cousin Nido
33. What are you listening to right now? 
Myself breathing
34. What is your favorite color? 
35. How many tattoos do you have? 
36. What time did you finish this quiz? 
12:15 PM 
37. Coffee Drinker? 
Nope! But It smells good :-)


godiz - always liked Lauryn Hill, I don't care what people think. Uber talented.

A Hidden Gem

Any suggestions on... non-touristy (preferably tropical) islands. pls leave tips in the comment box :-) Thanks!

Adopted Granpa

Happy 79th Birthday/Hugday to my angel on earth (Gunnar) my adopted granpa! I love you, and I'm so blessed to have you in my life. Thank you Jesus! for bringing such a beautiful soul to be part of our family. <3

The Cosby Show

 One of my favorite shows of all time... It bring joy to my heart when I watch TCS, I wanna be part of their fam, pick me! Pick me! :-) running a Cosby marathon, as I'm writing...


The experience of "aloneness" is a reality at various times in a humans life. It can be a frightening experience and leave us with a sense of abandonment and powerlessness. This very real and painful feeling is often a catalyst of loneliness. Even if it is not triggered by a single event, we sometimes become so tired of being tired that the thought of going on any longer is no longer appealing or meaningful. It is at times like this that we feel that no one can possibly understand. The depth of despair that can accompany such feelings becomes fertile ground for thoughts of suicide and other forms of destructive release. Anything to ease the pain becomes a viable option. Out of the depths, our soul cries out for God in wordless prayers that emanate from holes so deeply hewn by our despair that rescue is incomprehensible. It is in these moments that we can lament with the psalmist, saying: As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God. My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God: when shall I come and appear before God? My tears have been my meat day and night, while they continually say unto me, Where is thy God? (Ps. 42:1-3). The pain seem to take on a life of its own at such times. It engulfs us, taunts us, and can cause us to believe that God has indeed abandoned us. It is at that very place that God is most present and most intimate. God, the "wholly other," is so immersed in the event and the moment that we may find it almost impossible to perceive His presence in the midst of our pain. God is as close as the very air we breathe. We cannot experience a human emotion that God is outside of. In ways that are often incomprehensible at the time, God is present at the point of our greatest sense of brokenness and abandonment. The theology of the profound love of God understands that God has entered the drama and trauma of our lives and even screams with us in despair. Jesus, who was in the beginning with God, and who is indeed God, promises never to leave or forsake us. The profound love of God moved Him to take on flesh and hang on a cross where He screamed in agony, "My God, my God, why..." (Matt. 27:46). This God, who is willing to be present in the thick of it all with each of us, spoke through the prophet Isaiah one day: Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine. When thou passeth through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee. For I am the Lord thy God, the Holy One of Israel, thy Savior... thou wast precious in my sight, thou hast been honourable, and I have loved thee (Isa. 43:2-5a). We might experience being alone. We might experience devastating events. Disappointments might feel like they are par for the course in our experiential reality. But our faith, which is the substance of things unseen (see Hebrews 11:1), invades the void, becomes our companion in the very midst of the loneliness, and whispers, "Fear thou not; for I am with thee" (Is. 41:10). Believe in God, for He is there. Read Psalm 42.

Trash VS Class

It's hilarious how you see a street with all fancy "high-end" boutiques, in NYC. And right beside them on the sidewalk you see piles of trash lined up! BEAUTIFUL.

La Esquina

godiz - I've heard so much about this place.. other than the kool concept, food experience.. not as great. Another let down. Sowwey!

Replacing The Sweets 4 Healthier Treats

godiz - I'm known for being the biggest sweet-tooth ever aka Candy/Godiz! I used to eat one bag of candy a day (no folks this is not a joke). Don't worry about my teeth they are still blinging! Now see... the game plan has changed a bit later years. It's been a roller coaster ride, trying to get back on track again - replacing the sweets to things that are healthier.  You know what i mean? I decided to only have something less healthy (in moderation) one day week, "good friday" Wish me luck!

P-nut's Comic Strip

If You Really Knew Me

Then you would have known... That I'm extremely protective over things I really love.

Dip & Dye

godiz - I have had 3 of these colors except 1... Guess what's next?


How moosi is my bestie Jason's new doggie? Wanna eat him for dinner. So, cute!!! Aaahhhhhhhhh! His name is Titus but I call him Thaddeus. I think it fits better lol