And Still I Rise

“They tried to bury us. But they didn’t know that we were seeds” I met an American girl in Mexico. We stayed in contact during the last year, Messaging each other about different topics. But mainly about the situation in the US and with both of us being black and having different things to say…

#Time To Change

I have been absent. Much more than I ever intended to. Somehow it just happened. While I was thinking a lot of coming back and share my ideas, thoughts and just unleash my inner beasts in that moment, but somehow I got lost. I got lost hard. The second I took a step back into…

Time vs. Laziness

Wow one month… yes that is not at all how I remembered it or even attended it to happen. It just happened. Out of laziness. Procrastination and stress. So much stress. So much drama. After work I am too tired to spend 20 minutes more on my desk to write. Even though there were so…

Welcome back…

I know I know… I haven’t dropped by in weeks. Things just got in the way. Finals in college, packing and arriving in Frankfurt. And here I am. In Frankfurt. I am going to report about the last weeks…just that I broke my laptop and therefore need my little brother to repair it. Let’s see…

Men

“What type of men do you like?” “I don’t know. I like wine.”

San Miguel de Allende

Three weeks ago my Mexican Culture teacher asked us to upload our favorite cities and places in Mexico to the class’ Facebook page. I didn’t do that assignment. Even though I visited some really beautiful places and cities, I didn’t feel like I was in the position yet to determine my favorite place… until I…

Guanajuato

Guanajuato – the city of frog hills. I travelled here with 3 girls I never travelled with. One girl is Ana, who is going to be in Germany as an exchange student the next semester and two girls from France, who I have classes at 7am  with. Ana drove us here, first time in her…

Huasteca – San Louis Potosi

The adventure of a lifetime began, when we (Memo, Bernie, Octi, Zuzi and I) packed our things to drive 8 hours to the Nature park “Huasteca”. Memo borrowed his Dads car. Thank God he did, because we all had enough space. We arrived almost 9 hours later in a little ghosttown. Nobody was onthe streets,…