After a long long time without posting an outfit (yeah, I know you guys are tired of me saying it has been crazy times of work, but that's the true) I am finally back with a spring look and a new haircut. This outfit is clean but I totally love this shirt... It's basic, comfortable, and a proof that simple lines can work perfectly.
Depois de muito muito tempo sem publicar um outfit (sim, eu sei que estão cansados de me 'ler' dizer que têm sido dias loucos de trabalho, mas é a verdade) estou finalmente de volta com um look primaveril e um novo corte de cabelo. Este outfit é básico, mas eu adoro esta camisa... É basica, confortável e a prova de que a simplicidade das linhas pode funcionar maravilhosamente.
To reinforce this idea about lines I picked the TM´s Inspiration Pad as the creative work to show you today... It is an interpretation of the basic blue and red lined notebook turning each spread into a different layout to 'inspired the people to unleash their own creativity'.
Para reforçar esta ideia acerca das linhas escolhi o Inspiration Pad da TM como trabalho criativo a partilhar convosco hoje... É uma interpretação dos cadernos básicos de linhas azuis e vermelhas que ao virar de cada página tem um layout diferente para 'inspirar as pessoas a soltar a sua própria criatividade'.
Amei as fotos, linda mesmoResponderEliminar
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Esse caderno é TOP! E o look irrepreensível, como sempre.ResponderEliminar
Lindas lindas as fotografias*ResponderEliminar
The Portuguese had a brutal record in the Americas as a colonial power. The most horrendous abuses occurred in the colony of Brazil: natives were enslaved, murdered, tortured and raped in the conquest and early part of the colonial period and later they were disenfranchised and excluded from power. Individual acts of cruelty are too numerous and dreadful to list here. Portuguese Conquistadors in Brazil reached levels of cruelty that are nearly inconceivable to modern sentiments.ResponderEliminar
Today, Portugal is the Biggest Racist country that i have ever lived in. I feared for my life there and i consider myself lucky that my family got out alive! I have never lived in such poverty (Sopas dos Pobres everyday) 40% unemployment rate and 60% of the population earn less than $932 USD per month, and that’s considered Middle Class here! Within the European Union it is the worst of the worst place to live in.
The bottom line is the bulk of the People in the poor country of Portugal exist in a brainless comma that is fed by Ignorance, anti-Spanish hate, and severe Racism of pretty much everybody that isn’t Portuguese! And, Portugal started the Global Slave Trade in 1441 so it is definitely NOT a safe place for Blacks!!
I found important websites that explain the Severe multi-generational Racism and Hate that exist in Portugal today, and i highly encourage all to read them and spread the word in order to avoid innocent, and desperate people from living or visiting there. Get educated on the Truths about Racist Portugal now.
4)SOPAS DOS POBRES EVERYDAY IN PORTUGAL BECAUSE OF NON EXISTENT ECONOMY:
I HEREBY ALERT ALL PEOPLE ON EARTH TO NOT BUY FROM PUTUGAL, DO NOT SPEND YOUR HARD, EARNED MONEY GOING THERE AND BOYCOTT ALL PORTUGEE STORES IN YOUR AREA! DON'T BUY THEIR GOODS OR WINES!!!
THESE XENOPHOBIC RACISTS HAVE TO LEARN AND THE BEST WAY IS TO BLOCK THEM ECONOMICALLY!
BE CAREFUL FRIENDS!
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Be SAFE friends. Hugs. VIVA Portugal Gypsies! The BEST part and MOST Forgotten part of our Heritage! LUSO? AN invented word because we are all phenotype of Arabs and gypsies in Portugal!!!