The Daily Discoveries of Gustavo Valentine

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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Snow Day - vid

Thursday, February 24, 2011

SNOW DAY !!!!!!!!

How can something so beautiful also make it so there's no school? It's like if eating candy cured my cold. Stuart is over and we are living it up today. The snow's already melted by the schools are still closed! Doo doo doo doo doo, I'm lovin it!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011


I am so bad at the blogging lately that I missed wishing everyone a Happy Valentines Day. I was actually sick in bed with a fever that day so my parents had to postpone their romantic lunch and movie date until I got better and went back to school. I truly hope all you lovers out there had a lovely day no matter who or what you were with. Personally, I love everyone.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Let Freedom Ring

In honor of freedom around the world and the news I have been watching with my parents about Egypt's people, here is a bit of my Martin Luther King Day assembly at school where each class performed something. You can see my teacher Mr. Retherford who is totally awesome and you can see my classmates and see how good I am at singing and feeling it.

The words are: "M is for mutual respect: Don't put me down and Don't hurt me!" That's all anyone in this world wants really.

Tuesday, February 08, 2011


Photographs and self-portraits by GVD:

One hour of creative time equals one hour of tv time. Most days I get so involved in my creative projects that I forget to watch tv. Mom's grand plan.

Thursday, February 03, 2011

The Terri Party

Here he is, the man of the hour, entering the party for the movie he made.

Talking with the fans...(there were many!) So many questions to answer about what and how and especially why. Aza was very busy with the press and the people all week.

Aza's lovely WIFE, Diaz. Like a sister to my mom. Also the costumer on the film.

Alison, one of the film's producers extraordinaire.

Tobias the cinematographer and Mandy the musical scorer.

Outside there was a line of enthusiastic Terri lovers who wanted to get in and party with the real Terri and the people who made him. Or maybe they weren't all Terri lovers, maybe some of them were just party lovers who wanted to get inside and see what kind of party it was.

All in all, the Sundance experience was very new and exciting but most of all it was great for my parents to share this crazy fun experience with their closest friends. We are very proud of uncle Aza and dear old dad (even if his face has been smudged out!)