Djinji La Belle Crocker, Operations Analyst
International SBA Communications Corporation
-Boca Raton, Palm Beach
For me, I have loved working from home. I feel a lot of peace and silence since since I don't have children yet, I am alone during the day. My faithful companion at work is my little dog Bellito every day.
Working from home has saved me almost 2 hours a day commuting. I've had time to cook more and try different cooking recipes. It has also allowed me to clean and organize every space in my house, and to enjoy more of nature in my neighborhood while I run or ride my bike.
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Held at the Coral Springs Fine Arts Center
Coral Springs dressed as SALSA con
The Teenagers, King of Peace and Tony Vega
Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Coral Springs Fine Arts Center presented its Salsa de los 90s event, with a constellation of stars whose musical hits have traveled around the world conquering the Hispanic market.
The Teenagers paraded through the stage interpreting their most famous songs that invited the public to sing them and take a step. Likewise, the legendary singer Rey de la Paz did it with his unforgettable songs and then, closing the show, the salsa romantic Tony Vega appeared, animating and lighting up the atmosphere impregnated with that Latin and catchy flavor of the music that identifies us.