Monthly Archives: February 2016

What I liked

Life at Zika Epicenter a Struggle For Afflicted Family

Life at Zika – I find it sad because baby’s are born with a disease from a pesky mosquito.

The alone – It’s a beautiful poem. I liked it

It is black history month so why not try one of these?


Not being stressed out

Ever feel like no one cares about you? Don’t fit in? Or feel like you’re not a part of this world? Think again. Because you are something important. You do fit in like everyone. You’re unique and different in many wonderful ways. Everyone’s different and so are you. I am, you are, everyone! It’s what make us human. Don’t let anything or anyone’s pathletic words put you down.

If you think you’re the only one who feels left out, or stressed. You’re not the onay one. I’ve felt like I was drowning into my parents arguments. Their words and their attitude. 14 years living with their problems already.  But thanks to my mom, her and I have been attending Martial arts class for an year now. And we’re moving on really easily.

Every time my mom has problems at home, or me have problems at school. Martial arts helps me get the stress out. Every kick and punch I do in that class, I feel better with every hit. Now I don’t feel like I’m drowning. I feel like I can swim smoothly with no worries.

Sometimes it’s better to do something for yourself, then waiting for something to happen. Go out there and make it happen. Get out there and show people who you are, what you’re capable of. What you can really do. Be strong, there’s a whole world out there to still discover.

The beginning

My name is Ahtziri Ramirez, 14 years old and love to draw. It can be anything. Cartoons, manga, comics, real life drawings. Anything. But I’m still making my way to the top. My goal is to be a professional drawer. Ever since I picked up a pencil, I’ve always loved to draw. I didn’t even think about putting the pencil down. Drawing was my favorite, and art was also my favorite subject.

In first grade I received a lot of compliments about my drawings. It made me feel good about myself and my childish drawings. But since then I didn’t stop. I keep drawing, and drawing, and draw through years!    Every single year, or three years later I compare my drawings to my old ones and see how much I’ve progressed. That helped me to keep going on my drawing skills and level, and to keep going.

I’m still working on advancing at my own drawings. But showing my drawings to everyone and the whole world through the Internet, helps me keep drawing. I’ve earned so many compliments that nothing will make me stop my drawings.


Im happy to be a young, still in progress artist.