Sorry I have not blogged in a while. A little and a lot has been going on since my last post. At first I'm was so bored I did not know what to blog about. Then, some much happen in so little time I have to get it all together. So much many personal things and historical event have happened in this year alone. I might do a multiple part blog post about 2016.
I turned 15 for the fifteenth time. I am a working process. I'm doing my best to get it together. I'm currently self employed but trying to look for more income. I'm at dad's home but working on moving back to Georgia. More coming soon.
Well, the XXXI Olympiad or 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janerio, Brazil is about to come to close. It has been a long and historic 16 days. I'm going to miss it so much and it was the first Olympics that I got to watch live on my computer at http://www.nbcolympics.com. It was also was the last Olympics of some well-known athletes since they are going to retire. Now, were should I begin? How about the opening ceremony.
In spite of its lowest budget, this year's Olympics took place the Maracana Stadium. The performances were based on multiculturalism, environmental issues and its history of Brazil. The parade nations included about 200 countries and a new Refugee Olympic Team. One of my favorite moments was when Brazilian supermodel, Gisele Bundechen, cat walked to one of my most favorite jazz songs all time, "The Girl From Impena. Now on to the parade of Nations. There were so many stylish outfits that the athletes were this year. But the most unforgettable is the shirt…
Even it is Black History Month, I want to share a poem a with you. This poem is called Red, Black and Green. This work is based on the Pan-African flag. This flag was adopted in the United Negro Improvement Association or the UNIA in 1920. Each color has its own representation. Here is what I think each color represents. My poem is found below. Happy reading! Red:
the color of passion, the color of excitement, the color of love, the color of
beauty, the color of courage, the color of the blood that was shed by my ancestors
and what binds us together as a human race Black:
the color of power, the color of strength, the color of elegance, the color of
rebellion, the color of individuality, the color of style, the color of sophistication,
the color of Nubian people from the Motherland Green:
color of hope, the color of life, the color of harmony, the color of generosity,
the color of renewal, the color of tranquility, the color of peace, the color of
the plentiful natural treasure of Af…