I haven’t been here much. I have been very busy but, while I get my life organized, here is the Flor Maga. It is a Puerta Rican flower. What I like about this flower is its color, which is a beautiful kind of rosy pink, and how big its petals are.
Hope you enjoy this picture and remember God loves you!
Picture taken by The Reading Girl and not edited.
Photograph/ The Reading Girl
Hey fellow readers!
Yes. I am finally back into every social media. I took a two month break, which I’m glad I did.
So much has happened in these months of summer and now almost fall. I haven’t been able to read new books, read my emails, or even enter my blog.
All I can say is that I have been busy with summer camps, school, church activities, dates, and personal things. Hehe.
Today I decided to finally post. I hope you guys haven’t forgotten about this Reading Girl because I sure haven’t forgotten about you guys. I’m going to catch up soon on all your posts.
Expect posts soon!
In the mean time enjoy this picture:
Hey fellow bloggers and followers! As you may have noticed I haven’t been here in my blog a lot. It’s summer and I have had the time of my life jeje :P.
I have tried to keep up with your posts but I have been too busy. Soon I’ll try to post my normal posts and pictures.
I am not going to write much today since I’ll be heading out in a few hours to help at a summer camp here in Puerto Rico. But I have had a great time and I hope that I can keep up with everything soon.
I love all of you and thank you for understanding.
Describe a typical day in your life — but do it in a form or in a medium you’ve rarely — if ever – used before. If you’re a photoblogger, write a poem. If you’re a poet, write an open letter. If you’re a travel blogger, write a rant. (These are all examples — choose whatever form you feel like trying out!)
Dear Readers that follow The Reading Girl,
I think that my days are usually calm or exciting. But I am not going to brag about my awesome life (:P ) instead I’ll describe you a typical day of my life, where I don’t go to a party, church, travel, or do anything in particular that requires something exciting.
Its summer and I decided,like I do every year, to go to Puerto Rico and visit my family. I haven’t really done anything these days since I have only been here for a week. I’ll tell you what I usually do these days of summer, not what I do when I am in the US, even though they might seem similar.
My typical day usually starts like this: