this kind of art is so important
託されるもの | 洋 [pixiv]
Translated by dattebanyaa
(So sorry about the quality!! I tried to make it fit in 10 pages >_<)
Dyed and Braided
Woah, I can barely plait my hair, wtf is this wizardry?
See you again, Cristina Yang (because I don’t want to say goodbye lol) [1/?]
"yesssss, pet me human"
Jeesh. Ive had a housecat land on my head like that. I cannot imagine how HEAVY that cat is.
air Digits? XD
Iranian-born novelist Marsha Mehran in a "Lives" column for The New York Times. The author of the bestselling Pomegranate Soup was found dead Wednesday at her home in Lecanvey, Ireland. She was 36.
In Pomegranate Soup and its sequel, Rosewater and Soda Bread, Marjan Aminpour and her sisters flee Iran and settle in Ireland, the “land of crazed sheep and dizzying roads,” where they open a café that serves Persian food. Recipes are scattered throughout. A third book in the series, Pistachio Rain, as well as a free-standing novel called The Margaret Thatcher School Of Beauty, are due out this year.
After her family fled Iran in 1979, Mehran moved to Argentina, the U.S., Australia and Ireland. The Irish Times, citing police, reports that there was “nothing suspicious” about Mehran’s death, and that “toxicology tests are to be carried out as a follow-up to a postmortem to determine the cause of the sudden death.
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Capturing Cinco de Mayo on Instagram
To view more photos and videos from the Cinco de Mayo celebrations explore the Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de Puebla and Plaza Olvera, location pages and browse the #cincodemayo hashtag on Instagram.
On the fifth of May, or el cinco de Mayo, Mexican communities celebrate their heritage. Though Cinco de Mayo as it has come to be known is celebrated primarily by Mexican-American communities in the United States, the holiday’s roots begin with the 1862 Battle of Puebla in Puebla, Mexico. In the wake of a series of wars throughout the mid-1800s, the French army marched on Veracruz, sending the Mexican president and government into retreat. At the small city of Puebla, however, Mexican resistance defeated the French army despite being heavily outnumbered. Though not a national holiday in Mexico, the town of Puebla marks the day as an official holiday and celebrates with parades and festivities. Drawing on the bolstered morale and pride from the victory, Mexican-Americans in the western United States first adopted Cinco de Mayo as a holiday in the 1860s. Today, Cinco de Mayo stands as an important celebration of cultural heritage and is celebrated with festivals and performances of traditional mariachi and baile folklórico in cities with large Mexican-American communities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Houston.
Do you consider yourself a feminist?
Shailene Woodley: No because I love men,[…] x
THE VIDEO MADE ME CRY