Sunday Breakfast

Sunday May 1st, 2016 This is a few weeks back, and I never published a blog about it… On the beautiful and quiet morning if may 1st I fixed a delicious breakfast for my family. While we waited for the egg casserole to cool down we sipped on our tasty strawberry banana smoothies. Strawberry banana … More Sunday Breakfast

what’s cookin’

Well, let me just tell you “what’s cookin’” Tuesday May 17, 2016 Today I cooked a lovely candle light meal for my sister. Our appetizer was our families favorite salad, the Texas bid salad. The base of the salad is spinach. It’s topped off with a flavorful spread of chopped avocado, chopped tomatoes, cubed artichoke … More what’s cookin’

Bitter Sweet

Hallelujah, peanut m&m’s have never tasted so good. After three weeks the sugar fast has offically ended for the nutrition class. It has been a good experience and a great experiment. In ending the fast we have been asked to answer these three questions and write down our thoughts on the entire journey. Was it … More Bitter Sweet

Lets Eat

Odyssey is cruising right along into the last term of the year, which will be our fourth term. For the next eight weeks I will be taking the Nutritional Science class, and diving into the importance of living a heathy lifestyle and researching the most important foods to consume in order to be the heaviest … More Lets Eat

Fear of failure

What do you see as the greatest obstacles of creating equality and diversity in economic voice, in regard to business? Before I dive in I would like to point out my three main obstacles: First: Breaking traditions-What traditions? Women in most societies are seen as the home makers who speak only to the role in which … More Fear of failure

Voiceless

Odyssey has just finished up week two of the spring term one, my class for this session is Gender Reconciliation, taught by Ms. Kingston. This past week we have been learning about the mistreatment of both man and women, and what exactly the solution would be to give voices back to those who are oppressed … More Voiceless