Wednesday, June 11, 2008

*Relationship Bill of Rights*

These are the rights that i like:

*.: I have the right to amke mistakes and not have to be perfect:.*
*.:I have the right to determinate my own priorities:.*
*.:I have the right to my own needs for personal space and time:.*

This is the right that I like most:

*.: I have the right to make mistakes and not have to be perfect :.*

I like this right because I am human and humans are not perfect
and anybody can make mistakes.

Once I forgot to call my boyfriend's mom he got mad
because I forgot to call his mom and we get angry both for
something that was not important.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

A ti que me diste tu vida tu amor y tu espacio a ti que cargaste en tu vientre dolor y cansancio a ti que peleaste con uñas y dientes valiente en tu casa y en cualquier lugar a ti rosa fresca de abril a ti mi fiel querubin a ti te dedico mis versos mi ser y victorias a ti mis respetos señora señora señora a ti mi guerrera invencible a ti luchador incansable a ti mi amiga constante de todas las horas tu nombre es un nombre comun como las margaritas siempre en mi poca presencia constante en mi mentey para no ser tan cobarde esta mujer de quien hablo es linda mi amiga gaviota su nombre es "MI MADRE"

Y gacias por estar siempre conmigo*

Monday, March 31, 2008

Goals to get more points and better grades*

*To participate more in class!!!
*To learn english!!!

*El dia en que naciste!!!

Gracias a Dios que te mando a mi,

Esperanza en mi vida eres y ahora mi

Razon de vivir, como un

Angelito llegaste y

La vida daria por ti, mi

Dulce ninia mi pequenia


Nunca dejes de quererme

Engrandece mi vida con todo tu Amor.
*Te amo mi Geraldine eres mi vida
gracias por estar aqui conmigo todo lo
que hago lo hago por ti!!! Con Amor tu Mami Ingrith!!!


César E. Chávez was born on his family's farm on March 31, 1937 in Yuma, Arizona. A second-generation American, he became a migrant worker at the age of 10 when his family lost their farm during the Great Depression. After the eighth-grade he left school to work in the fields full-time to support his family. In 1946 he joined the Navy, and upon his return he married Helen Fabela with whom he had eight children and 31 grandchildren.

A civil rights leader, humanitarian, environmentalist, farm worker, labor leader and community servant, César Estrada Chávez believed that people could bring about social change through non-violent actions. Millions of Americans, from students and the middle class to religious groups and minorities, have been inspired by Chávez's quest for social justice and civil rights for those who are less fortunate than others. Senator Robert F. Kennedy called him "one of the heroic figures of our time." Yet when I walked around the campus and asked some people if they knew who César Chávez was, most didn't and the ones that thought they knew said, "sure, the boxer, right?" Join me as I take you on the journey of his life and the legacy he left behind.

In 1952 he joined the Community Service Organization, a Latino civil rights group where he eventually became the national director, helped organize other chapters of the organization, campaigned against racial and economic discrimination, organized voter registration drives, helped Latinos become citizens, battled police brutality, and improved conditions in the barrios.

After 10 years of service at CSO, he left the organization to live his dream of creating an organization to protect and serve farm workers, whose struggles are a story he knew all too well. At a time when most farmers lived in poverty, lacked fair wages, medical benefits or pensions, and lived in very poor conditions, he organized the farmers by forming National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers of America. He was the first person in history to ever successfully do so.With his motto "Sí Se Puede" (it can be done) he motivated thousands of people to get involved and take action. Through strikes, boycotts, fasting and pilgrimages he was able to bring national attention to the anguish and struggles of farm workers. In 1968 and 1972 he fasted for 25 days to reinforce his commitment to the farm labor movement and at the age of 61 he fasted for 36 days to draw attention to the impact of the damaging effects of pesticides on farm workers and their children. In 1975, the California Agricultural Labor Relations Act was passed and remains the only law in history to protect farm workers and their right to unionize.

Friday, March 14, 2008

LiKe WaTeR FoR cHoCoLaTe***

My favorite recipe is Tacos de suadero.

I like tacos de suadero

because my abuelita made for us
when we were in Mexico she made it
so good and i like it so much.

the ingredients are:

1 Tbsp. Market Pantry™ Vegetable Oil
1/2 pkg. Fresh Cuts™ Diced Onions
1 lb. ground beef
1/4 cup Archer Farms™ Taco Seasoning
Soft flour tortillas
Market Pantry™ Shredded Cheese
Market Pantry™ Sour Cream
Archer Farms™ Salsa
Bagged shredded lettuce.


1.-Heat oil in a large saute pan over medium-high heat.
2.-Add onion and cook for 2-3 minutes until translucent.
3.-Add ground beef and taco seasoning, brown the meat.
4.-Season to taste with salt and pepper.
5.-Warm the tortillas in microwave according to package instructions.
6.-To serve, scoop some warm meat into tortilla and top with your favorite garnishes.

this is my favority recipe.

I wrote this recipe especially for you Dawn... try it !!!

Tuesday, March 11, 2008


* Problems & Issues.

*Racism with migrant and undocumented people.

*Help the poor people and give theire children

* Objectives & Goals.

* Eliminate the racism with migrants and the ilegal
people be legal in the United States.

* To help the poor people to rise and tach them.

* How to Achieve Goals & Desired Results.

* Maybe change the president for a chicano president
and he can choose people with a good record.

* That the president give money for poor people and
the schools that need it.

* Type of Economy & Government.

* With good business and good jobs.

* Democrat.

* Slogan:

*** PaRa LoS QuE nO tEnEmOs CrEeNcIaS
lA dEmOcRaCiA eS NuEsTrA rElIgIoN***