“Sara Alina” (Used 34 times)
saraalina on 03/14/2014 at 09:11AM
Spring is finally in the air, and many are making changes in their life? So, why not change your relationship as well? I came across this article online and here are some ways to spot if you are in a bad relationship:
1. You feel the need to change who you are to make your partner happy.
Everyone makes little changes and maybe some sacrifices while they are in a relationship, but you shouldn’t have to drastically change who you are to make your partner happy.
2. You have to defend your significant other to family and friends.
Every time you hang out with your friends or family you shouldn’t have to make constant excuses for your significant other. It’s time to face the truth!
3. You’re always wondering what your partner is up to when you’re not around.
If your partner always keeps their phone on silent, and isn’t able to hang out all the time, then it may be time to dump them. You should always have 100% trust in your partner, and if you aren’t able to then it isn’t a relationship for you.
4. You feel personally responsible for your partner’s happiness.
This should be a huge red flag when you feel personally responsible for your partner’s happiness. The two of you should find happiness and not rely solely on each other for it.
5. Your partner controls who you see and what you do.
This might be the biggest red flag of all. If your partner is control who you hang out with and when, then it’s time to leave that relationship!
I hope this helps everyone on the quest to love!
-Love Sara Alina
saraalina on 03/13/2014 at 06:22AM
In Tijuana, Mexico part of the fence separating the United States and Mexico is the home to makeshift tents where people live, stuck between two countries. The area is far from pleasant; trash surrounds the area, driven there by the sewage that runs through the nearby Tijuana River channel. The smell is overwhelming and makes it tough to breath, and even harder to imagine how any human could live here. Yet, an estimated 4,000 people call this area home, a stretch known as “El Bordo,” or “the border”. The area is inside Mexico, just outside the city limits of Tijuana.
A person residing in the area named Fernando Miranda has nowhere to go and no place to call his own. Miranda was born in Mexico, and 25 years ago he illegally immigrated to the United States, the country where he worked and prospered, where his children were born, educated and given better opportunities. Miranda was sent back to Mexico in 2011, one of 2 million people who have been deported since President Obama took office. Last year, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed close to 369,000 undocumented immigrants — most from Mexico and Central America — from the United States.
When they arrive in back in Mexico, they have no form of identification, no money, and usually just the clothes on their back. I understand that they came in to this country, but improvements need to be made for immigration reform. We can’t keep breaking up families.
–Love Sara Alina
saraalina on 03/06/2014 at 09:46AM
$20 to pet a tiger-what a bargain! That’s exactly what was happening at the Florida State Fair, thanks to Jungle Habitat’s booth. A lethargic 4-month old tiger cub named Takara was lifted out of the cage, and positioned to take photos with people. The booth was located in the middle of the fair, where she endured non-stop music and noise from crowds. One eyewitness shared “I witnessed this myself and I was disgusted. The man taking pictures couldn’t have been more on something with his blood shot eyes trying to say the cat had just eaten.
A vet technician who was at the booth was able to get close to Takara to evaluate her eyes and behavior. In her professional opinion Takara had been drugged. She said that when the handler pulled Takara out of her crate for a “pet and play” session, she barely opened her eyes. Even when the cub was poked and prodded so the handler could show off her claws and teeth, she still appeared groggy.
We need to help stop this issue and here are ways we can:
•PASS A FEDERAL BAN
•REMOVE THE GENERIC TIGER LOOPHOLE FROM USFWS
•PETITION THE USDA TO END CUB HANDLING
PLEASE SUPPORT THIS ISSUE ANS LET’S STOP THIS!
–LOVE SARA ALINA
saraalina on 03/03/2014 at 03:32PM
Today was my first ever show in the United States at Teen Party Expo. I performed with IM5, Roshon, and Dylan Jenet. They were all amazing! The best part of today was getting to meet the spectators and signing everyone’s picture. I feel it’s always important to give back and do whatever you can for the people who support you because they are the reason why I’m up there. Also the Polished Girlz and some of the hospital patient came to the show, which made it even more amazing! I thank everyone who came out and supports me it’s unreal!
- Love Sara Alina
saraalina on 02/26/2014 at 08:04AM
The 2014 Winter Olympics held in Sochi, Russia has just concluded. This is the first time that Russia hosted the Winter Olympics Games. As expected, the whole world tuned in to watch athletes from all different countries compete to get the gold. Dreams were realized as athletes won and hearts broke when they do not. But this was not the end. It is only the beginning to train harder and be a better athlete come next Winter Olympics which will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea in 2018. All in all, it was a success as no threats were made and no untoward incidents happened. Athletes simply were there to participate, have fun and enjoy the camaraderie. It was truly exciting and thrilling to be a part of the Winter Olympics.- Love Sara Alina