1960's woman

Hi,It’s me Mari-ejem ejem. I mean I’m YF ,well this day is INTERNATIONAL WOMAN’S DAY!!! AND I’M A WOMAN,this day especially for my iimspirations and friends.
@elladoodles,gurl really i love your friendship and your art and really i hope that you have fun today.
@areablog,you’re the first persons that you give me your friendship and i’m feel special.
@spatziline with you i can watch that i can do something without limits,and really i appreciate that.
@aweirdlatina,you’re super smart , kind and funny i love you.
@anomalyah ,you work super hard,you’re kinda and friendly , i hope that i am your friend.
@marionette-j2x, i love your art and your work since i was have 11 years old , i grew up with your art and for you i stay here in tumblr,my inspiration.
@weather-art my friend,my sister,we will have a crossover haha well really you stay with me help me , maks me laught,and grew up top ,really i want to continue being your friend.
@daronnefcy , i don’t know if you will look this post but you draw amazing, you work super hard for Svtfoe and you’re the 2nd girl in Disney.
I want be how you and do a programm how you did it.

GURLS, I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!❤❤.
I HOPE YOU LIKE IT !!

Portrait of Dido Elizabeth Belle Lindsay and her cousin Lady Elizabeth Murray, believed to be by Johann Zoffany.

Dido Elizabeth Belle Lindsay (1761-1804) was the mixed-race daughter of a British aristocrat. While she was, under colonial law, born into slavery, she was given a unique position. She was educated and given lavish bedroom furnishings. Her work included multiple responsibilities, the most important being that of her uncle’s correspondence, and companion to her cousin. After her fathers death, she became an heiress as she was included into his will. While many of these facts are considered common decency today, Lindsay’s life was rather shocking to many during her time.