neli | i ♥ everything | xo

Oh what a silly world we live in.



May you have enough money to pay your bills this month with a little extra left over for a bit of fun.

This is one of the nicest things to wish for someone

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La última cena

La creación
Day of the Dead draws near (November 1st for the deceased children and November 2nd for deceased adults), an opportunity for us to nourish and be nourished by our spirit allies, our family members who have crossed over. Just the opposite of Halloween, Day of the Dead is a day to remember our connections to the other side. These spirits are not ghouls come to frighten us, but ancestors who guide and protect us.

Sandra Cisneros (via thisisnotlatinx)

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Thank you, Virgin of Guadalupe, for giving them the opportunity to cross the wall and to make their dreams of the family reunion and surviving together in California come true. It’s “chilango” who asked you to protect them.

Mexico City
December 2009

Notes:The Border Fence

Sign: “God lives without borders.”

Chilango is a Mexican slang demonym for residents of Mexico City.

TAW: Tokyo Fashion Week
Photo by Onnie Koski
Legit, tho. Pero, like. No pos… wow.

— Spoken Word Poem in One Line, By Me (via chanclazo)

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Ok but don’t disrespect drake infront of me thanks

(Source: haemus, via abbyoftroy)