A Mother’s Journey [Part 42]: The accidental perspective

Life is precious – no doubt about it – but there is nothing that validates your existence more than a near-death experience. To see the fragility of life firsthand is more than an eye-opener. At times, it is a life-awakener. Find out what happened to prompt Giselle’s reflection on what’s really important in life.

A Mother’s Journey [Part 39]: The parent trap

“Between ice skating at the Worcester Common Oval, exploring the nature trails at Broad Meadow Brook sanctuary, strolling through Boston Common and hanging out at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, this week was all about discovery.” Find out how Giselle Rivera-Flores got more out of February vacation than she bargained for.

A Mother’s Journey [Part 38]: The time trials

“I always think I can do more in the next 24 hours than I did in the last 24, and while that optimism can be considered a strength at times, not accepting the limits of time can hinder my progress. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree with Brooklyn.”

Jordan Levy

Worcester Sun, Jan. 29-Feb. 4: Mariano on Jordan Levy, Aud thoughts, Carberry’s legacy + much more

Also, it’s all about that raise on Beacon Hill. Sinacola goes to Budapest (returns with more Trump perspective). Hitch goes to the museum (haven’t seen him since). And a Worcester State student leader chronicles the trials and triumph of a journey to D.C. for the historic inaugural in a free-to-read guest commentary. All that and much more in your Jan. 29-Feb. 4 Worcester Sun.

A Mother’s Journey [Part 36]: The model students

“We know that all the work we have done, no matter how chaotic it was, has led us to a good platform for us as a family and for Brooklyn as a student.” Giselle Rivera-Flores gets back to what inspired her quest in the first place: helping her oldest daughter learn.