Ximena Martínez
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A Day In Life 2058

Posted on April 23, 2018 at 10:30am 0 Comments

I wake up in a cloudy morning -usual thing when you live in England- by myself because I do not have a husband, prepare coffee and get ready for work. I work as an attending in one of the bests hospitals in the country as a neurosurgeon. Then I arrive to the hospital and go straight to the changing room, I put my scrubs on and begin working. As in a normal day a lot is going on in the hospital´s trauma centre and I´m there to assist in any emergency that requires a neurosurgeon.  I´m the…


Horror Story

Posted on March 23, 2018 at 12:44am 0 Comments

There was a man who lived with his wife and his son, he was looking forward to his son´s birthday because he had prepared a great party and rented a clown costume, one that he couldn't take off after using it.

They spoke and the wizard told him that the costume had been haunted by some dark magic and he could not reverse it but he also told him that he needed to stay away from children and his family. Something…


Oscar´s nominees

Posted on March 11, 2018 at 7:52pm 0 Comments

In my opinion the movie who should have won the award for best picture is Get Out because it represents an issue or situation that we have going on in reality, the racism. Actually in the stories that directors and people that were involved in the movie tell, appears that while the filming was going on, there where several incidents between the police and race people; this encouraged the director even more to finish and release the movie. 

Land Girls

Posted on February 26, 2018 at 10:44pm 0 Comments

In 1939, there wasn´t a sufficient workforce because a shortage of agricultural workers in the countryside. For decades, young men have been leaving for more profitable work in factories. The initial reaction of farmers treated the whole idea of replacing men as suspicion and scorn.

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