living la vida

How do I stop

reading and hearing about what’s happening in the US? I’m not following news from Poland because I get so angry that I almost foam at the mouth. It’s easy, because unless something monumentally STUPID happens (like Mr. Korwin-Mikke in the EU parliament), nobody cares and Poland does not make the news. News from Canada, on the average, are not distressing. Not so with the US. I’m not an American, I don’t even live in North America anymore, why why WHY I have to get angry, upset, disbelieving, exclaiming “fuck this is Gilead already”, “no this is not possible”, “why are they permitting this”, “how much longer” and similar things every morning? Why can’t I go about my business of living la vida loca in a small South-American country? How do I block the US? 

Paciencia, para que correr si se puede caminar con la seguridad de no caer, no valla a ser que se te quede el entendimiento atrás y tengas que volver por el.
—  Zona Ganjah
  • isak: we’re living la vida loca, i’m doing it for our future, i can’t concentrate when you look at me, what’s the point of being at home when you don’t look at me even
  • isak + even: *act like a fucking married couple 24/7*
  • some of yall: isak's annoyed with even, he's losing his patience, he's gonna break up with him
Angel - Barry Allen imagine

Barry Allen x female reader

Word Count: 1967

Fluff for this Valentine day Tuesday

Summary: (Y/N) has received a love letter. The problem, she doesn’t know who sent it. The other problem, she is already in love with someone else


 

Within seconds you stole my attention
Skin so perfect, a golden complexion
More than beautiful girl, you’re a work of art
Oh, my, I cannot believe my eyes
Oh, my, pinch me, am I dreamin’, am I?
Oh, my, did you fall from the skies?

I can’t see your wings, but girl, you’re an angel
Oh, my, my angel
You’re so out of this world, you’re hiding your halo
Oh, oh, my angel
Oh, my, my angel
Won’t you be mine? My angel
I can’t see your wings, but girl, you’re an angel
Oh, my angel

Your heart melted once more when you read those words for what seemed the millionth time today.
“You are reading that thing again?” Caitlin asked
“Yeah” you sighed dreamfully “I can’t help it. Every time I use the phone I have, no, need to read it”
“It’s a shame you don’t know who sent it” she commented while sipping her coffee.
“I’m kind of bumped about it too. I mean, they could have written an initial or,  I don’t know, something at least!” You said exasperated.
Since the letter arrived on Valentines day, attached to a bouquet of flowers with no remitent, you had been thinking of who the person might be. However, no one seemed to fit in the description. And to be honest, you were a little bit scared to reveal the identity, since your heart already belonged to another person.

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The Last Painting of Frida Kahlo

Viva la Vida - “Live Life” is both the title of this artwork and the inscription on it. The reason for Kahlo’s renown in life can be attributed to the subtle detail of symbolism she placed in her works. She accomplished great things through her pain and, while tragic, it makes many people see her paintings and relate to them in more ways than one. A woman who would suffer both physical and emotional afflictions, transformed that into artistic symbolism on a canvas. She created countless paintings of the impacts in her life - such as her disability, to her heritage - right up until her death.

This painting of ripened fruit at its prime is fitting of the inscription placed upon it. Painted so shortly before she passed at the age of 47. She hoped (in her own words) that “the exit is joyful, and I hope never to return.”

Above: Viva la Vida, 1954, by Frida Kahlo (1907-1954)

Am I the only Latina and/or Spanish fangirl person that were shook after seeing Alfonso Herrera playing Hernando on Sense 8? I mean, I grew up watching him playing Miguel on ‘Rebelde’ and I was so in love with him, this telenovela was (and still is, don’t need to mention that I still know most of the “RBD” songs by heart) a big part in my adolescence and now seeing him playing such a beautiful and iconic character as Hernando omg I feel like a proud mom, what a man. 

Originally posted by peanutbutter31