By: Gabriela Yareliz Today, I am sharing one of those anecdotes one simply does not forget from Born Standing Up, the bio by Steve Martin on his (brilliant) career in comedy. (I am a big fan). The book has a monochrome cover image with the title and his name in bright, sans serif yellow letters.Continue reading “Into the Pool”
By: Gabriela Yareliz The other night, I was at the window searching for that Christmas star situation. Hand gripping the window sill that was probably painted over for the hundredth time in 1992, twisting my neck to see if I could catch a glimpse of anything behind the thick ceiling of gray clouds that reflectContinue reading “2020 People”
By: Gabriela Yareliz I thought it would be fun to briefly take a short walk through this past decade to highlight some memories that helped make me, me. I started this blog at the Marston Science Library at the University of Florida. I was probably wearing corduroy pants and a shirt someone passed down toContinue reading “Decade in Review 2009-2019: Being Gabriela”
By: Gabriela Yareliz John Oliver, sitting in for Jon Stewart, making people laugh with the Daily Show. He is my favorite correspondent.
“If anyone is listening or even cares, I don’t want the yard sale scenario, I want the fairytale. Thank you.” Lucy Liu, Marry Me
By: Gabriela Yareliz Remember him from Friends? Gavin Mitchell (Dermot Mulroney). He is totally my type, hahaha. Today, is a Gavin-kinda day. Enjoy!
STUDY BREAKKKKKK by Gabriela Yareliz (wink) A dose from Dil Bole Hadippa: YOU FROM ENGLISH scene, hilarious. Perfectly ESOL. A dose from Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. One of the best scenes from Mere Brother Ki Dulhan. Ali Zafar, his voice changes in this scene and throughout the movie kill me, but he is an AMAZING singer. HeContinue reading “Some study stress relief with good Bollywood scenes”
By: Gabriela Yareliz The cast of Nous York, and their adventures around NYC. I loved these bits. Phone: One dog is not enough: The countdown-yelling at the jaywalker: French with an American accent, the mistakes in the language: Learning to be gangsta: (love Nabil’s face)