Parents: Celeste Mendoza & Some random sperm donor
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual
Year: Rosewood Senior
FC: Carlos Valdes
Luis is the child that helps Celeste breathe easily and know that she isn’t a horrible mom. The exact opposite of Gabby, Luis is the quieter chid but still just as smart as his sister. Out of the two of them, he’s probably spent the most time with his mother and when he isn’t glued to his video games or comic books, he’s accompanying his mom to events and learning more about her world. While he has zero interest in politics, he likes experiencing what it is that makes his mother so busy and it gives him a good glimpse of what she’s passionate about, the kind of work that made her able to to have two kids as a single mom and still hold down her job.
When it comes down to it, Luis is simple. He likes video games, food and weed. With those three things he never feels like he needs to be bothered and keeps his head down to do his work and whatever else is necessary. Sometimes it causes him to have a lack of ambition, something that his mother has started to lecture him on. But if he had it his way, he would get paid from sitting on his ass and critiquing ever single superhero movie ever made.
Gabriella Mendoza - The best person he knows besides his mom, of course. He loves annoying her but also knows that she could probably kill him with a look.
Fachada con escaleras exteriores durante la construcción, Escuela Superior de Ingenieria Mecanica y Electrica (hoy Escuela Superior de Comercio y Administracion), Instituto Politecnico Nacional - Unidad Santo Tomás, Manuel Carpio 5, Plutarco Elías Calles, Miguel Hidalgo, Ciudad de México 1953
Arq. José Luis Hernández Mendoza
External staircase during construction, College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (now the Higher School of Commerce and Administration, National Polytechnic Institute - Santo Tomas Unit, Manuel Carpio 5, Pultarco Elias Calles, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City 1953
Marcela Guardia, Yania Noyola, Lorena Kesseler, Greta Elizondo, Iratxe Beorlegui Olasagasti, Alejandro Mendoza, Luis Alberto Ledesma González and Erick Rodríguez, “Giselle” choreography by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, Compañía Nacional de Danza México – National Dance Company of Mexico, Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico DF – México City (June, 2015)
Kansas City Royals pitcher Luis Mendoza rubs his hands as snow falls after their baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays was stopped in the fourth inning because of rain at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday, May 2, 2013. The game was postponed after heavy rain turned to sleet and snow. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)