~Haruno Sakura~

Yes, she’s fictional.

Yes, she’s animated.

Yes, she’s a pretend character.

However, i would be lying if i didn’t say she makes me the happiest person.

I love Haruno Sakura with all my heart and….her BIRTHDAY IS COMING UP! *MARCH 28th*

To celebrate, i wanted to accumulate all the reasons to why i admire her so much.

I love the way she aimed her goal in becoming stronger.

The way she never gave up and became determined to get stronger

The way she surprised me by her awesomeness

BOTH WAYS (my face was basically Naruto’s (below))

I love the way she cares and saves people day to day

I love her smile:

I love the way she doesn’t give up and automatically sacrifices herself for the sake of another.

I love the way she understands her closest friends:

and saves them at any cost:

It may sound like exaggeration.

It may sound like i’m implying that she’s perfect.

It may sound like i’m a lesbian.

However, i would be lying if i didn’t think Sakura was flawless.

Everything about her strikes strength, independence, beauty, determination and compassion. She represents women brilliantly and that is why i admire her.


August 28th 1963: March on Washington

On this day in 1963, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom took place. The march was a key moment of the Civil Rights Movement, and a triumph for the nonviolence philosophy which underpinned the movement. The march is best remembered for Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, given in front of the Lincoln Memorial, which extolled King’s vision of an America free of racial discrimination. Other speakers included chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee John Lewis and veteran civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph. When politicians in Washington heard about the march many, including President John F. Kennedy, feared that there would be violence and rioting. The peaceful gathering of over 250,000 supporters of civil rights, with many whites in attendance as well as African-Americans, highlighted issues of racial discrimination and unequal housing and employment. The demonstration in the nation’s capital, and King’s speech in particular, spurred America into action and paved the way for the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act, vital tools in the fight for racial equality.

“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed. ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal’…
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”



Back in December 2015, my fiancé Sasha and I succeeded in getting me a K-1 visa, which meant we could finally cut the long distance between us for good. It was the goal we’ve been after these past four years.

In the weeks that followed, I said goodbye to my workplace, my friends and family and on March 9th, I left Costa Rica, the country I lived in my whole life so far and moved to the United States.

And this Monday, March 28th, Sasha and I will finally get married. It’s really exciting being able to start a new life, in a new place, at the side of someone I love so much.

Thank you very much to everyone who rooted for us all this time. We really appreciate all the kind words!~

Madlen Linz Shoes

High heeled stiletto shoes with spike details. Come in 8 colours (suede texture).

You cannot change the mesh, but feel free to recolour it as long as you add original link in the description.

If you can’t see this creation in CAS, please update your game.
If you’re experiencing thumbnail problem, update your game (latest patch should solve the problem).

Hope you’ll like it!