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morosky:

Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

" Fake people don’t surprise me anymore, loyal people do. "

— Unknown (via lulu-a)

nafeeeeeeza:

I am really honestly thankful for those of you who appreciate my work. It makes me so happy knowing that there are people who have more confidence in my work than I do. I am humbled by it. If you are one of my supporters or if you just like art, follow my art tumblr plez :3

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nafeeeeeeza:

At first, things might start out bad. But once you get through the difficult part, something beautiful might happen. leeshaliciouz

framesandflames:

It got a little stormy in NYC today.

framesandflames:

It got a little stormy in NYC today.

punacceptable:

HOW do white people wear shoes inside the house i dont understand that scares me so much

transparent-flowers:

Lily of the Valley. Convallaria majalis. (x).

transparent-flowers:

Lily of the Valley. Convallaria majalis. (x).

" Scars are just another kind of memory. "

— M.L. Stedman, The Light Between Oceans (via wordsnquotes)
descendants-of-brown-royalty:

Here is a perfect example of an Indian woman who clearly shows signs that she like most Indians descended from Africa. 

descendants-of-brown-royalty:

Here is a perfect example of an Indian woman who clearly shows signs that she like most Indians descended from Africa. 

ybb55:

Rhododendron Blossoms by Nancy Marshburn

ybb55:

Rhododendron Blossoms by Nancy Marshburn

humansofnewyork:

"I’m 33 and I still work as a bartender. To make it worse, my brother is a world renowned chemist. So when my father talks to people at weddings, he says: ‘My son just got a million dollar grant. And my daughter lives in New York.’ The thing is, I used to be such an overachiever. I skipped the last two years of high school. I got a full ride to college, but ended up dropping out. I don’t know what happened. I keep telling myself I’m saving up to go back to school, but I don’t have any savings. I don’t know, I just feel very lame all the time. Don’t make me sound too lame."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m 33 and I still work as a bartender. To make it worse, my brother is a world renowned chemist. So when my father talks to people at weddings, he says: ‘My son just got a million dollar grant. And my daughter lives in New York.’ The thing is, I used to be such an overachiever. I skipped the last two years of high school. I got a full ride to college, but ended up dropping out. I don’t know what happened. I keep telling myself I’m saving up to go back to school, but I don’t have any savings. I don’t know, I just feel very lame all the time. Don’t make me sound too lame."