where food this come from

( bobabanjaI ) just sat there and started talking with her. My poor spanish and her poor english. Shes native peruvian. She knows about Europe, never heared about Serbia. I couldn’t even pronounce the name of the village where she comes from. But we talked. About food. About her clothes. About my clothes. Mine is bought. Hers is made. She made them. About my height. If I’m the shortest one in my family (which I am), then I come from the land of giants, she said. Politics don’t interest her, but she is eager to learn her granddaughters how to write and read. She knows how to write and read. Meet Huanita, mother of four and grandmother of six (for now she says). “You smile. I won’t. Because I don’t have as many teeth as you have.”
#travel #explore #tourist #travelgram #instatravel #holiday #vacation #livelife #lovelife #vagabond #llama #southamerica #cusco #machupicchu #peru 🇵🇪


Don’t usually include the full captions , but this is too sweet

read-play-sing  asked:

Yesterday, you reblogged a post that bought into the false dichotomy of convenience food vs "hipster healthy" food. "Mom&pop healthy" is as cheap/cheaper than convenience food. Get a fridge. Most fresh foods keep 2 weeks if stored properly, make a weekly grocery trip to have no waste. Healthy eating means getting the nutrition you need and not going over the calories you need. Apples and hard-boiled eggs are both convenient and healthy. Learn to cook. You can be poor and eat healthy.

Aw, howdy, puddin’!

I am…

…reasonably middle class, which is a miracle for a full-time author.
…equipped of a fridge, a pantry, a chest freezer, and a working kitchen.
…capable of cooking for myself and others.

I am also…

…the daughter of a woman who raised three daughters on welfare.
…formerly homeless.
…a fat woman who has to fight not to slip back into disordered eating habits because of items #1 and #2.
…someone who goes to the grocery store multiple times a week.
…regularly furious about food waste in my own home when people refuse to eat their leftovers/help eat communal leftovers.

So let’s go.

The specific post I reblogged worked from the base premise that it is easier to eat, where “eat” is defined as “get sufficient calories to not feel hungry,” when you are not making a concerted effort to “eat healthy.”  It cited things like “a package of extremely filling oatmeal cookies for a dollar,” and “behold, ramen.”  Interestingly, it did not cite anything to support the “false dichotomy” you’re accusing me of supporting: for reference, here’s the link  http://seananmcguire.tumblr.com/post/164447064675/heyatleastitsnotcancer-candygirl1997

(There is a cranky comment about non-GMO unicorn poop, but as hipsters don’t actually eat shit, that seems less “dichotomy,” and more “angry.”)

But hey, that seems suspiciously like people wanting other people to stop dictating their food choices and assuming they’re eating that way out of necessity, and not because they’re lazy.  That can’t be right!  We need someone who’s seen both sides!

And that’s why now, as someone who used to eat out of dumpsters, as someone who was lucky enough to be poor in farming country and hence have access to produce seconds (IE, bruised and ugly fruit that no one else wanted), as someone who is emotionally incapable of looking at meat before checking the discount meat bin at the grocery store, I am going to answer the question of whether it’s cheaper to eat healthy once and for all:

No.

No, it is not.

No, it is fucking not.

I live near an independently owned fruit market.  They have, regularly, red and gold potatoes for $.99 a pound.  They have big Idaho bakers for $.59 a pound.  These are some of the best potato prices I have ever seen.  Had we lived here when I was a kid, I would have eaten potatoes until I wept.  Assuming that potatoes are now the bulk of our diet, and that we’re only eating the cheap ones, that’s a pound of potatoes per person, per day, for a total of $2.40.  Call it $2.50, after tax.  We are now spending $75 a month on potatoes.  No butter or sour cream, because potatoes are already starchy as hell, and fuck taste, but we have potatoes!

Great.  Do we have a kitchen?  We didn’t, always.  For approximately 1/3rd of my childhood, this plan has us eating raw potatoes.  But let’s say sure.  We can cook our plain potatoes.  Say we cook them every night, and have hot potato for dinner, and then cold potato for breakfast.  Can’t eat the school lunch–pretty sure that’s not healthy enough.  So I guess we’ll buy and boil eggs.  You can boil eggs and potatoes in the same pot.

How many eggs do you give the starving, miserable eight-year-old to fill her up?  Ballpark figure?  Is it the same number you give her fourteen-year-old sister?  Is it the same number you take to your back-breaking physical labor job?  We’re ignoring the emotional and social impacts here, and just focusing on the cost.  So say three eggs each.  Maybe everyone’s hungry, but hey, it’s health food.

A dozen eggs is $2.00.  We are now spending $60 a month on eggs.  That’s $135 a month for a diet that is probably not making anyone happy, but hey, at least it’s all easy on the digestion, right?  And if you’re eating three eggs a day, even if you’re soloing this You Should Be Punished For Poverty diet, your eggs aren’t spoiling.  Assuming you have a fridge.

Hope you have a fridge.

Your children have now started going home with friends in hopes of being fed, but that’s okay, because it means you have fewer mouths to feed, and if you don’t want them to be taken away, you need to make sure they don’t get scurvy.  So we’re going to add milk ($3.50 a gallon, hope no one’s lactose intolerant, if you water it down and watch them like a hawk, you can survive on two gallons a week, which adds $28 to your grocery costs, good job) and apples.  Red delicious, of course, which taste like shame, but they’re cheap when the store has them…assuming you’re not in a food desert, where the only apples are coming from the 7-11 at a dollar apiece.

There are so many things we could be buying to make this feel less like a Dickens novel.  There’s baloney, and peanut butter, and generic mac and cheese.  But they’re not healthy.

Eating healthy is a privilege.  When I made a dedicated effort to change my eating habits, my grocery bills increased by 60%.  I have the receipts.  Not because I was buying “brand names”: because I was buying chicken breasts instead of whole chickens, because I was buying fresh instead of frozen, because I was learning to fill up on things other than chips.  That’s just the way we’ve allowed this country to structure our food.

Yes: allowed.  In England–which has its own problems, please don’t take this as me going YAY ENGLAND LAND OF PERFECTION–they have laws setting the prices that can be charged for “staples,” like chicken, and potatoes, and bread, and butter, and eggs, and milk.  It’s much easier to eat healthy there than it is here.

But here, it is a privilege.

And it ought to be a right.

Diet Witch Tips!

You’re beautiful as you are. But it you’re like me, a sugar addict and a chronic comfort eater or just looking to get to a healthier weight and healthier body, here are some tips that are helping for me! 

  •  Enchant your water bottle! Encourage it not only to physically and mentally cleanse your body, but also to help give you strength to resist unhealthy food and instead crave all those lovely veggies and healthy alternatives. Thank your deities or the universe for the food you eat, and ask them to help your body use it to the best of its ability. 
  •  Grow your own veggies! Things like herbs, tomatoes, broad beans, salad leaves, purple sprouting broccoli are all pretty easy for beginners with encouraging results! Gardening is extremely relaxing and an excellent way to meditate and ground yourself and connect with the earth. Garden witchcraft is a wonderful area to investigate. You then know exactly where the food you’re eating has come from and think of all the magicky goodness you will have infused it with during the growing process! 
  •  As with any food magic, look at the magical associations and correspondences of the herbs and spices that you’re using. Your bolognese has bay leaves, garlic, rosemary, thyme, sage and salt in it? Looks like you’ve got yourself a purification spell! Your salad has tomato, apple, avocado, basil, chilli peppers, beets? Is that a love spell you’ve created? 99% of magic and being a witch in general is intent. You’d be amazed how many cohesive spells you create with your food. All you need to add is a dash of magical intent. 
  •  Sigils! Always a versatile choice. You can create any you want, be it for willpower and motivation, appreciation, energy, exercise, good sleep, nutrient absorption. And you can draw them in your meals in sauce, or etch it into your spatula, store in your cook books, or keep in your utensil drawer, your refrigerator, on your water bottle. The possibility are endless. 

 I hope these may be of help to someone else out there. It’s important to stay positive when it comes to diet or, as I know only too well, it can be easy to slip into unhealthy or even dangerous habits. I’m rooting for you! And you really are beautiful just as you are :) 🍎🍊🍌🥑🥒🍆🍇

i’m not a snob. i’m not rich. i don’t think i’m better than anyone. i’m not super skinny. i’m not a health nut. i’m not ignorant. i’m not going to scream at you for eating meat. i’m not going to make my cat vegan. i’m not saying 100% of the population could go vegan, i know there are rare diseases and restrictions preventing that right now.

vegans have the most bizarre stereotype honestly. we are normal people who care more about animals than we care about our taste buds. 

that’s it. that’s what separates us from everyone else. we come in all shapes, sizes, colours, ages. we care about other people, we care about where our food comes from. 

Three’s a Crowd (Part 13)

Originally posted by w-t-f-yes

Member: Taehyung x Reader x Yoongi

Type: Poly Au, Angst, Fluff, Smut

Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5. Part 6. Part 7. Part 8. Part 9.Part 10. Part 11. Part 12. Part 13.

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Raise them wild. Because if you don’t respect the environment, it won’t respect you. Because I don’t want my daughters to be afraid of mice. Because I want them to know where their food comes from and how to secure it. Because I want them to know the time of day by the location of the sun and the shadows cast by our oaks. Because early mornings are when the earth and our souls are most alive. Because some of the best things in life are unkempt. Because hearts are wild. Because dreams aren’t only found between sleep and awake - you can live them. You can imagine until your heart’s content. And when you are content, you can dream some more. We are boundless. We are wild.

#WednesdayWisdom

5 Signs You’re Going Through A Spiritual Awakening

 A spiritual awakening can be a frightening experience to go through, particularly in a society that discourages asking questions. The following is a list of symptoms that you can expect to encounter along your journey. 

Don’t worry - you’re not going crazy, you’re becoming highly aware and it’s a process of adjustment.

1. You’re questioning things you never used to. You may start to question why you are expected to do or not do certain things. You might start to wonder why you have find a job, get married, have children or anything else your parents expect you to do. Stay calm and try to have rational discussions with your parents and see if you can come to a conclusion that makes sense for you.

2. You’re experiencing dramatic highs and lows. One day you might feel on top of the world and the next you might feel lower than you’ve ever been. This is a sign that you’re raising your vibration or elevating your consciousness. This is a common symptom whilst experiencing an awakening and is a great sign to watch out for. Try to observe your mental state over time by keeping a journal.

3. You don’t resonate with people you used to. You start to see people’s true intentions and understand why they behave the way they do. You may start to realise that friends you thought had your best interest at heart were actually using you for their own gain. Don’t judge them - recognise what their intentions are and distance yourself.

4. Your behaviour is changing dramatically. You may have once been the life and soul of the party and now you prefer to be alone. You may decide to stop consuming certain foods or drugs and you might break up with your current partner. These behavioural changes occur because your perspective is shifting and you need time away from others who aren’t yet awake to integrate new experiences.

5. You’re seeking answers. The stories you were once told don’t make sense anymore and you are now seeking more concrete answers. Whether it be the origin of the universe, religion or where our food comes from - you want answers that make sense to you instead of the ones you’re presented with. This thirst for knowledge will cause you to seek out knowledge and through this you will develop your own truths about the world you live in.

Along the journey of spiritual awakening you will encounter many people who are still “asleep” - recognise them and leave them to continue with their journey. It is not your responsibility to awaken them, they will learn in their own time - lead by example instead of trying to preach to others.

Keep in mind that it is dangerous to wake someone who is sleepwalking.

Peace & positive vibes.

Got a specific problem you need help with? Add me on Skype for a free consultation - spoonofconsciousness@gmail.com :)

exo as dads

xiumin:

• He reads a lot of books about pregnancy each time they were expecting

• He worries a lot for his kids, each time they cry or gets sick his heart hurts since he can’t make them feel better instantly

• Loves playing with them by pretending to eat their feet and hands. Lots of raspberries to their belly

• Gives the biggest and warmest hugs

• When they were old enough he tried introducing them to coffee (he sulked for a hour when they said “ewww it tastes weird”)

• Visits the park often to play soccer with his kids. Gets a bit too competitive sometimes. Buys them ice cream before heading home

suho:

• He has cried every time his wife gave birth

• Throws extravagant birthday parties for his kids

• Loves reading them bedtime stories

• Dad jokes. Lots of dad jokes

• Tells them stories about their exo uncles and himself when he was a cool leader back in the day

• He sometimes falls asleep with them when they ask him to lie down with them to protect them from monsters until they fell asleep

yixing:

• Has the biggest and proudest smile each time he holds his child for the first time

• He likes admiring their little face, nose, hands and feet. Wishes that they would stop growing up so fast

• Sings them his own composed lullabies for sleeping time

• Lets his children play in his studio. Sometimes he even records songs with them (those are special songs that he saves onto a hard drive to keep forever and he likes to play them when friends or family visit)

• Gives them mini piano and guitar lessons (he finds it so cute when the instrument is bigger than the child)

• He is kind and gentle but he can discipline them when he needs to. He feels bad each time so he hugs them and makes sure they understand why he had to discipline them (eg. “I had to stop you because pulling your sisters hair hurts her, you wouldn’t like it if I pulled your hair right?”)

chanyeol:

• “She/he’s so tiny!”. That’s his reaction when he holds his child for the first time. Even if his wife had given birth before

• Loves lifting and spinning his children around (produces squealing and laughter every time)

• Loves chasing them around the house (sometimes for fun and other times it’s because they don’t want to sleep or put their clothes on properly)

• Loves cooking for his kids (he has the biggest grin when they ask for more)

• Over exaggerates his reactions to make his kids laugh

• He hums softly to them while he gently bounces them to sleep

baekhyun:

• Wakes up early because his kids wake up early and jumps on his bed

• His goal each day is to make his kids smile and laugh

• Bought extra microphones for the karaoke machine so that his kids can join in to sing (scream) with him 

• When it’s bath time, he always gets ready a bubble bath and throws in many water toys (Eg. rubber ducks, boats and plastic fish etc…)

• He tried to be stern and discipline them when they’re misbehaving but they just see it as a way to play with dad 

• Once they sleep, he crashes too since he used so much energy during the day 

chen: 

• His household is filled with squealing and laughter 

• Loves playing hide and go seek tag and also what time is it mr wolf

• He hasn’t dropped his habit of talking to his kids using baby talk

• Loves singing songs for them. He can sing anything from lullabies to exo hits 

• Pranks mum together 

• He also plays small pranks on his kids like surprising them by jumping from behind a wall or by scaring them by wearing a silly mask (sometimes they start crying instead of laughing) 

kyungsoo: 

• Gives his kids kisses each morning to wake them up 

• Loves cooking with and for his kids (he has the brightest smile when they say “daddy’s cooking is the best!”) 

• They love grocery shopping with him because he turns the chore into a scavenger hunt 

• His children love re enacting his dramas with him 

• He built a small veggie garden in the backyard to teach his kids where their food comes from and to help them understand how much effort it takes to grow produce (which is why they should try their best to finish eating their food)

• Every night, his children asks him to sing different lullabies and ballads so that they can fall asleep peacefully (they love his smooth voice)

kai:

• Cuddle monster

• Plays with his kids by lifting each of them up with his legs and he holds their arms out saying “airplane! zooom zoom!”

• Starts tickle wars with them 

• His kids became best friends with his cute doggies, they’re inseparable

• Challenges them to a dance competition often. He’ll lose on purpose each time because they’re just so cute jumping and shimmering around

• If his kids have nightmares, they’re always welcome to join him in his bed or he’s always happy to sleep in their bed while holding them until they go back to sleep

sehun: 

• Every time his wife becomes pregnant he goes on a shopping spree (baby clothes, crib, room decor, blankets, nappies, pacifiers, plush toys, bibs etc…) 

• He does spoil his kids just a little, tiny, teeny bit

• Likes to ask his kids “Do you like mum or dad better?”

• Encourages his kids to do more things by themselves such as walking and eating (he jumps in if they are struggling or nearly hurt themselves). He can’t stop showering them with compliments and kisses once they succeed or achieve a milestone

• His heart melts every time Vivi plays with his kids 

• Builds blanket forts for them each weekend and holds Disney movie marathons (sing alongs are a must) 

Normal Horoscope:

Aries: Know that obsession rarely helps the obsessed.

Taurus: The world is a lobotomist. It will rip the old things from your head and leave you with holes. It may not be kind.

Gemini: Where did your food come from? How can you know? Does the earth want it back? She does. Eventually.

Cancer: The evil inside you can hide itself as things you love. Probably not your penchant for baked beans though.

Leo: The most vibrant animals are the ones you should touch the least.

Virgo: You must carve yourself into new shapes or the warden will do it for you.

Libra: It can be subtle. Ever had someone passive aggressively leave a book on your bed? 

Scorpio: A hide of knives protects a vulnerable center, but its still a hide of fuckin knives.

Ophiuchus: Your dreams dream of you.

Sagittarius: Embrace the quiet. You have two ears for a reason.

Capricorn: You’ll look back on all of it and wish it to be burned. Start the fire as soon as possible.

Aquarius: Fervor is confusing and can lead to unexpected consequences but its damned effective. 

Pisces: You are a mystery. Even to yourself. Get on that.

Holy Hell I Can’t Bake Bread Recipe

I come from a long line of bakers and home cooks who would probably be very, very disappointed in the amount of bread I have burned, undercooked, dropped, and otherwise ruined. After much trial and error I’ve finally stumbled upon a bread recipe that not only is impossible to mess up but that only takes one hour to make

That’s right guys gals and nonbinary pals, one hour foolproof bread. And boy howdy do I mean foolproof. So, how does the magic work?

Originally posted by imforeverjustyours

Ingredients: 

-1 T honey

-1 T instant yeast

-1 ½ C warm water

-1 ½ t salt

-3 ½-4 ½ C flour (plus some for your hands)

Process

1. Combine water, honey, yeast and salt in a bowl. Allow to proof for five minutes (so just leave it alone for a bit)

2. Add two cups of flour, stir to combine. Add final cup and a half to flour slowly, mixing/kneading as you do so. At the end the dough should be smooth and no longer stick to your hands. (You can use up to 4 ½ c of flour total, so don’t feel bad for going over 3 ½ c)

3. Put on greased baking sheet, shape into loaf. Cover and let rise somewhere warm for twenty minutes.

4. Preheat oven to 400F/205C

5. Cut slits on top of bread. OPTIONAL: Put olive oil/butter and herbs/salt on top of bread for extra flavor.

6. Bake for 15-20 Minutes until crust is golden brown. 

7. Let it cool slightly before you eat it. The bread will be dense with a chewy crust, most similar to French peasant bread. 

That’s it! I usually brush olive oil, herbs, and some salt on the crust and serve it with homemade honey butter. In my old oven it takes eighteen minutes to cook, a few test loaves will let you know how long it needs to cook for in your oven.

I’ve also made a variety of toppings, including egg washes and, one time, salted caramel to put on top before baking. You can also stir herbs into the flour before mixing to add even more flavor into the bread. 

fun things you get to experience when you have diabetes
  • getting to stab yourself with needles all the time for fun! except not for fun, but to keep you alive
  • that one oral med you’re on? yeah sometimes it’s just gonna give you diarrhea lol have fun figuring out when
  • your whole body being hot and cold at the same time. like you’re cold, but you’re overheated and you want to take your shirt off but if you do you get massive chills and there’s no winning
  • walking up the stairs when your sugar is high? more like you’ve never done squats that burn this much
  • really bad circulation in your extremities. like your torso is hot but your toes are fucking freezing as hell.
  • being told that your kidney function is “thankfully still okay” or that “you don’t have retinopathy yet
  • stumbling to the kitchen in the middle of the night and having to decide which food will work best to treat a low when your brain doesn’t work and your body doesn’t work and if you don’t pick fast enough you’ll pass out and maybe die
  • going to bed in range and waking up feeling like hell on earth
  • dealing with shit like this:
  • and this
  • having to force yourself to drink water when you’re really really nauseated and want to throw up everything in your stomach. nausea so bad water makes you want to puke
  • ppl telling you it takes 15 minutes to recover from a low when it’s more like 2 hours before you feel like your previous self (and recovery from a really bad high takes like 3 days)
  • an achey body for no good reason
  • friends being like “we should work out together” but you’re like “how tf do I manage my blood sugar while I’m doing that”
  • having to push through and still go to work/school when you feel like shit
  • things that hurt. those pump sites and injections that feel like you’ve been stabbed. your body begging you to feed it. your eyes. your muscles. your head. your stomach. your lungs. everything hurts.
  • having to hear diabetes jokes “lol it was so sweet it gave me diabetes” “omg it’s like a big bowl of diabetes” SHUT THE FUCK UP THATS NOT HOW DIABETES WORKS YOU PIECE OF SHIT but having to hear it and stay calm
  • losing the ability to tell when you’re low so lol you’re in the 30’s and you only just realized
  • having to stop having fun or hanging out with people or having to go home because you’re out of insulin or strips or needles or your site fill out. and by extension, never really being able to do something spontaneous because you always have to think how will i manage the sugaz when I do
  • always worrying about food. where it’ll come from, how to count it, where you can get some of you suddenly drop. food is your biological imperative. if you can’t answer those questions you’re this much closer to dying.
  • you don’t even know who you are without this disease. you know it’s not everything about you but it consumes you. literally. it eats away at your body, eats away at how long you have left to live.
  • having to deal with the monetary cost. like, pay or die? what kind of life is that?
  • never getting to take a break from the ridiculously difficult task of keeping yourself alive.
The Brothers Grimm Sentence Starters

Quotes from the film The Brothers Grimm ( 2005 ) gathered in sentence starter meme form. Send one or more in for our muses to interact!

❝ You’ll never believe it. ❞
❝ You believed it? ❞
❝ Where do you come from? ❞
❝ We’re looking for food and lodging. ❞
❝ Every second counts. ❞
❝ It was a hundred years ago. ❞
❝What can you do for us? ❞
❝ The exorcism of witches requires a very special method. ❞
❝ This is no ordinary witch. ❞
❝ We’ve got no one else to turn to. ❞
❝ I must tell the whole town. ❞
❝ That one was a bit of a nightmare. ❞
❝ Don’t give me that look. ❞
❝ All you have to do is ride into town and smile. ❞
❝ You, my friend, have talent. ❞
❝ Who’s there? ❞
❝ What’s going on? ❞
❝ Exactly what am I enduring? ❞
❝ I gutted the pig myself. ❞
❝ In the very middle of the wood was the witch’s gingerbread house. ❞
❝ Keep your eyes open. ❞
❝ Anyone there? ❞
❝ Why don’t you have a look around? ❞
❝ Who are you? ❞
❝ They’re famous! ❞
❝ It was a trap. ❞
❝ Do you understand? ❞
❝ It’s never turned against us. ❞
❝ You have nothing further to fear. ❞
❝ Your salvation is at hand. ❞
❝ Is your father home? ❞
❝ You think I care about the village? ❞
❝ He was trying to run away.  ❞
❝ You shall regain your courage and your joy. ❞
❝ To the forest! ❞
❝ Apparently we’re on foot from here. ❞
❝ What exactly is it meant to do? ❞
❝ I feel it’s safe to proceed.  ❞
❝ I thought you said the animals don’t come here. ❞
❝ It’s almost like a smell. ❞
❝ You’re not afraid, are you? ❞
❝ What happened here? ❞
❝ We really should search the tower. ❞
❝ There’s no way in. ❞
❝ They say you can hear her screams across the oceans. ❞
❝ It’s just an old story. ❞
❝ I’m afraid my instruments aren’t detecting much. ❞
❝ Don’t trust the trees. ❞
❝ Show us the way and I’ll give you a kiss. ❞
❝ There was some kind of presence back there. ❞
❝ It won’t be long now. ❞
❝ You’re on your own tomorrow. ❞
❝ Can I come in? ❞
❝ How exactly do you intend to save us? ❞
❝ I thought that went rather well. ❞
❝ Are you seeing what I’m seeing? ❞
❝ How many times do I have to tell you? ❞
❝ I have to go back. ❞
❝ If you stay, it’ll destroy you too. ❞
❝ I am in no way responsible. ❞
❝ Just stay close to your horse. ❞
❝ This is not your world. ❞
❝ Magic beans don’t work. ❞
❝ I’m terrified. You should be too. ❞
❝ It’s not magic. It’s just shiny. ❞
❝ Don’t you understand? I have to do this. ❞
❝ You’re my brother. ❞
❝ I want you to believe in me. ❞
❝ I think you’re overcomplicating it. ❞
❝ I’ll just try to be gentle. ❞
❝ Make up your mind. ❞
❝ Good timing. ❞
❝ Nice disguise. ❞
❝ Trust the toad. ❞
❝ It’s enchanted as well. ❞
❝ What are you wearing? ❞
❝ That’s a lie. ❞
❝ How dare you. ❞
❝ All I wanted was a little order. ❞
❝ Who’s the fairest of them all? ❞
❝ Can you save him? ❞
❝ Can anybody hear me? ❞
❝ I know this story from my childhood. ❞
❝ There is still time. ❞
❝ The spell can be broken with a kiss of true love. ❞
❝ Maybe you should give it a try. ❞
❝ Sorry I never believed in you. ❞
❝ You’re welcome here anytime. ❞
❝ This is your home. ❞
❝ The day’s not over yet. ❞
❝ Would you call this a turning point? ❞

YOI - Barcelona

I know this has been done before, but I wanted to do it too. So here’s my pilgrimage to Barcelona. The trip was not without its hiccups, as you will see, but for the most part, I think I covered the hot spots: 

1. The hotel. By now, I think we all know which hotel they stayed at. Let’s start at the top. The pool had nice views at night, but was very cold.❄️☃️ I can only imagine what it was like in December. What were Viktor and Chris thinking???

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