Last year I met someone who changed my life. First, I saw her art, then we talked, and I fell for her. She's an amazing person and everyone who meets her immediately loves her. And that's why I'm grateful she likes me too and put up with my craziness. To be honest, I actually believe we're crazy together. She's an
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andrio:
Beautiful story <3

@nathi my photographer and recruiter with the beautiful @anavoig in Litchfield
Photos by the amazing @kasha

kasha:
<3 <3 <3
nathi:
ownnnnn!!!!!!!

I started 2017 with a lot of baggage. Some good and bad stuff. I graduated in Design, and I love work with illustration, but I live in Brazil and I know this is a hard thing to do around here. Beacause of it I believe that wasn't a possibility for me, so I’ve tried for a while to follow an academic path. Take...
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jessiesinner:
@robertbluesman Thanks!
jessiesinner:
@scarygates Thanks! I hope you get a lot of good stuff in this year ❤
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I saw this homework in some other accounts and I wanted to do it as well, it's really fun!


Height: 1,67

Age: 25 years

Eye color: blue

Sign: libra

Hair color: blonde

Favorite thing: RPG

Favorite color: black

Food: chocolate

Favorite time of day: sunset

Day or night? night

Favorite holiday: new year

Favorite emoji: 🤘

Favorite game: Assassin's Creed

Hobby: read, and
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jessiesinner:
@lord_renob That campaign must have been awesome! It was a pretty good idea :)
robertbluesman:
Greeting from a fellow Libra 🤘
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I almost never travel. Although, this month I'm going to Colonia do Sacramento (Uruguai), stopping in a few other places, like Montevidéu. They are so absolutely charming!
I have no idea about what I'm going to do when I get there, besides buy a lot of chocolate (it's cheaper there). I think is more fun this way. Although, a friend of mine
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freakme:
Do they have a chocolate fountain there? :) I never travel so I look forward to yours <3
robertbluesman:
This style of architecture speaks to the core of me! I am originally from Baltimore Maryland in US. Much of this type was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1904. For a short while I lived in the Congress Hotel. It sat abandoned for many many years until a group of investors decided to save its historical facade and convert it into modern apartments. I loved it there! Many parks and other historic sites were within walking distance. Look up The Congress Hotel on Google and see if you agree. I was on the top left corner unit, the views were amazing!