IOTD …. “😪 Image of the Day, #770 …. ‘Melancolie’: Heartbreakingly Beautiful 😪 …. “!!

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IOTD ….”🇵🇷 Image of the Day, Very Special Edition …. Boricua Cuteness 🇵🇷 …. “!!


~~November 21, 2018~~ 


I’m a proud Boricua woman

My heritage comes from Taíno, Spanish and African roots.

All of which I’m very proud of.

Many came before me … and in 1950, I was born!



The recorded history of women in Puerto Rico can trace its roots back to the era of the Taíno, the indigenous people of the Caribbean, who inhabited the island that they called “Borikén” before the arrival of Spaniards. During the Spanish colonization the cultures and customs of the Taíno, Spanish, African and women from non-Hispanic European countries blended into what became the culture and customs of Puerto Rico.

In the early part of the 19th Century the women in Puerto Rico were Spanish subjects and had little individual rights. Those who belonged to the upper class of the Spanish ruling society had better educational opportunities then those who did not. However, there were many women who were already active participants in the labor movement and in the agricultural economy of the island.

After Puerto Rico was ceded to the United States in 1898 as a result of the Spanish–American War, women once again played an integral role in Puerto Rican society by contributing to the establishment of the University of Puerto Rico, women’s suffrage, women’s rights, civil rights, and to the military of the United States.

During the period of industrialization of the 1950’s, many women in Puerto Rico found employment in the needle industry, working as seamstresses in garment factories. Many Puerto Rican families also migrated to the United States in the 1950’s.



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Céline Dion Launches New Gender-Neutral Kids’ Clothing Line ✨…. ‘Celinununu’ ✨… “!!



~~November 14, 2018~~ 



It’s so good to see Céline doing something new.

This one has an amazing message.

Take a look!



CELINUNUNU unites two forces by one voice:

fashion has the power to shape people’s minds.

Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.


~~Céline Dion Launches New Gender-Neutral Kids’ Clothing Line, Celinununu~~

Gender suffered a devastating defeat this morning at the hands of one Céline Dion, who dropped a short video on Twitter to tease the grand unveiling of her new gender-neutral kids’ clothing line, slated to be announced tomorrow.

The short video sees Dion being slammed to the ground by a cop, presumably for radicalism, or perhaps for crimes against The Binary™.

“It’s OK,” Dion says in the clip. “I’m Céline Dion!” Facts are facts.

Stans were titillated by the snippet, which ends by pointing viewers to the brand’s website.

Called Celinununu, its mission statement affirms the brand’s desire to use fashion to change the world:

“One Voice: fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.”




~Céline Dion Twitter Feed~



~~Published on Nov 13, 2018~~ 

Break the norm.

Hear us out tomorrow on CNN


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‘This Matters’ …. “🧐 Brooke Baldwin’s Tribute to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford 🧐 …. “!!

~~October 1, 2018~~ 



I watched the complete hearing from morning till it ended.

I was compelled by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony.

Needless to say Mr. Kavanaugh’s revolted me.

Watch the following video and take a moment to think where you are today as an individual.



‘This Matters’

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Delivers Emotional Tribute to Christine Blasey Ford

In the last moments of her CNN show, at the end of a very long week in which the nation heard Christine Blasey Ford’s detailed memories of how Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh allegedly sexually assaulted her in high school, Brooke Baldwin shared a message with viewers:

“This matters.”

“What we witnessed in that hearing was nothing short of extraordinary,” Baldwin said.

“Put the partisan politics and the insults and the spin to one side.

I want to mark this pivotal moment in American history when sexual assault, something that doesn’t often elicit more than a shameful whisper, is thrust into the open on national television.”


“This is a pivotal moment in America for all of us,” she said.

“This matters. This moment is bigger than politics. It’s about mothers and fathers raising boys to become men. What good comes of all of this? What are we going to learn? It’s a generational opportunity to better ourselves in how we relate to each other as women and men.”

“This matters the most,” she concluded.


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~~CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Sexual Assault~~

We all have our stories

~~Published on Sep 28, 2018~~

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin says that Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony about her allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh was a “pivotal” moment in US history.

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Arecibo Astronomical Observatory …. “🇵🇷 One Year after Hurricane María 🇵🇷 …. “!!


~~September 23, 2018~~ 

Arecibo Observatory

Astronomical Observatory

The Arecibo Observatory is a radio telescope in the municipality of Arecibo, Puerto Rico.

This observatory is operated by SRI International, USRA and UMET, under cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation.
Address: PR-625, Arecibo, 00612, Puerto Rico
Opened: 1963

Arecibo Observatory
Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is a part of the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center. This national research center is operated by Cornell under a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF).

The observatory was conceived in 1960 by former Cornell electrical engineering professor William E. Gordon. It is the largest radio telescope in the world–the main reflector dish measures 330 meters (1000 feet) in diameter and covers an area of 18 acres.





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America’s Got Talent 2018 …. “💕🎼 Voices Of Hope Children’s Choir …. Inspiring Kids Sing “A Million Dreams” 💕🎼 …. “!!’


~~August 23 , 2018~~ 



~Voices Of Hope Children’s Choir~

Season 2018 of  America’s Got Talent is underway.

Another performance made me feel emotional.

The talent, the mission, the kids, the words, wow!

Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.



Founded in 2015, Voices of Hope Children’s Choir is a non-profit program made up of over 70 talented children, ages 5-17, of all backgrounds and levels of experience. In an effort to make music available to all children despite social or economic barriers, this program is entirely tuition free.

Singing inspirational music, the goal of the choir is to uplift the spirits of all who listen and to learn positive self esteem and teamwork along the way. We hope to change the world one song at a time.

Mission Statement
Our vision is to awaken a love of music in our youngest generations, and to share the message of hope with our local, national, and international communities. We seek educate young people in the art of collaborative singing and performing and to teach them to embrace their unique God-given abilities.

We aim to enrich children’s lives through artistic excellence and to develop their personal and spiritual growth, self-confidence, and musical experience in a safe and supportive environment.




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~~Voices of Hope Children’s Choir~~

Inspiring Kids Sing “A Million Dreams”

~~Published on Aug 21, 2018~~

 The Children’s Choir inspires us all with their rendition of “A Million Dreams” from The Greatest Showman.


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America’s Got Talent 2018 …. “ Voices Of Hope Children’s Choir …. Golden Buzzer from Ken Jeong  …. “!!


Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee …. “💕🎼 ‘MADE FOR NOW’ …. Awesome Collaboration …. 🎼💕…. “!!


~~August 21, 2018~~ 


Janet needs no introduction. She’s known worldwide of the Jacksons’ family fame.

Daddy Yankee needs no intro in the world of reggaeton.

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez (born February 3, 1977), known by his stage name Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and record producer. Ayala was born in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, and was raised in the neighborhood of Villa Kennedy Housing Projects.

Daddy Yankee is the artist who coined the word Reggaeton in 1994 to describe the new music genre that was emerging from Puerto Rico.




Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee performed “Made for Now,” their new collaboration, for the very first time on television Friday night (Aug. 18). The pair took their own advice and moved their bodies with the upbeat song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.


By Isabelia Herrera

Never in a million years could we have dreamed up a collab between Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee, but alas, it’s 2018 and anything is possible in a post-Despacito universe. After they were spotted filming the video last month in New York, the reggaeton icon and pop titan have finally unleashed “Made for Now,” which finds the pair floating through the streets of Brooklyn with a troupe of international dancers from Ghana, Nigeria, Grenada, and Trinidad.

As we previously reported, the production of “Made for Now” harnesses Afrobeats’ global pop explosion, and dancers are dressed in bold, colorful prints. The Big Boss hops in towards the end of the track to drop off some posi vibes and underscore the song’s message of celebrating the present moment.

Jackson and Yankee worked on the music video with famed director Dave Meyers, who has collaborated with Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Kendrick Lamar, and more. The two legends are set to perform the new song together on The Tonight Show on Friday.

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~~Made For Now~~

Official Video

~~Published on Aug 16, 2018~~

Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee


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