Happy Red Heart Day! Thank you for your presence in my path! Red Heart Day is not necessarily about relationships like girlfriends and boyfriends, that’s not it! On that day I am very grateful for all my loved ones, all my friends and my single mother who make a difference in my life. And I love all of us who make our community shine and be beautiful! Putting our red hearts together into unity does wonders. It allows us to overcome many obstacles and make the impossible, possible! Look out for the people with quiet hearts because even though they can make big and loud opinions, quiet hearts deliver an overwhelming caring for each soul. Red Hearts use instict in marvelous and mysterious ways and communicate with you before you know it. Just pay attention to the little rhythm of beat and pulse.

“Dare to be a Rare,” a slogan by the NTID Student Life Team, means any of you have and should demonstrate pride in your rare skills, abilities that nobody else in the world can possess. If you don’t know what your rare skill is yet, then you just wait and be patient. There is no way to make it happen immediately.

Throughout my life I have found my rarity and identity slowly. I was born 23 years ago, and I didn’t know what my red heart was capable of until college when I found an article about the connection between heart and emotions/vibes. The heart does react to emotional vibes from other people. For example, your heart can feel and react to a person’s emotion. Then, you can either go against or join in with other people’s emotions. That’s a cool scientific fact. Quantum physics or atoms are not as big a mystery as is the Red Heart and its abilities. We also thank our Red Heart for beating and keeping us alive on Earth. That’s our life lesson, y’all . 🙂  <3.

My friends and I gave out chocolate candy to people for this holiday. The clubs sold roses and small bags of kisses. We learned that selling a rose is an effective method to get the customer’s attention.And, it worked well for fundraising. The next project for Latin American Deaf Club is to host a Chilean dodgeball game for our general meeting. The Sports Director and I are working together to make this event successful. I am looking forward for it.

Fun Fact for “February is Black History Month:: In 1893, the first successful American open-heart surgery was performed by a black surgeon, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams.

See you soon.

About Franly

Major: Biochemistry

Hometown: New York, New York 

Clubs/Activities: Coach for Deaf Basketball Association (DBA) 

Hobbies/Interests: Watch TV and read books regarding cultural history. I also like to be outdoors. 

What I Like Best About RIT: Plenty of haunted houses around RIT. 

Favorite T.V Show: "The Walking Dead," "Fear of the Walking Dead," "Bar Rescue," "Codename: Kids Next Door," "Supernatural," "Ed 'n Eddie," "Dexter's Laboratory," "Tom and Jerry," "Powerpuff Girls" and "Courage the Cowardly Dog." 

Fun Fact About Me: I love Halloween themes and snow.  

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