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I have some favorite quotes… it depends on my mood… 🙂

Here are three of them…

The Road Not Taken

The Road Not Taken

Imagination

Imagination

A good girl

A good girl

What about yours?

What are your favorite quotes – from famous people, from not-so-famous people, from not-famous-at-all people, from books, poetry, songs…?

*bjo*bjo*

*O Rio de Janeiro continua beautiful*

*O Rio de Janeiro continua beautiful*

Isn’t it one of the most beautiful places in the world?

How can people treat it so bad? And I’m not only talking about bad politicians and stuff like that. I’m talking about the people here. I’m talking about the ones that live here. Complaining about the government and the bad political situation we’ve been through recently is incredibly easy. But, how contradictory is it when the same person that says bad things about politicians not being nice to the city, throws trash on the floor carelessly, doesn’t respect the traffic rules, or something like that?

I wish I could perform some brain transplants… some people seem to lack a good one… How smart is a person that can’t understand we should be responsible for this city? We should take care of our own home. And this is our home.

What do you think?

Isn’t it one of the most beautiful places in the world?

Take care,

have a nice weekend…

*bjo*bjo*

Ola, chicos!

My first post – the first one was just a welcome note – is, in fact, an answer to my friend’s post in her blog : Tattoo or not tattoo?

And here’s my answer:

*Pieces of Me*

*Pieces of Me*

I’ve always wanted to get a tattoo. Since I was young. But it took me a while to decide whether or not I should really get it. All those questions haunted me, “what if i regret it?” “and what if it doesn’t look so nice?” “what if the tattooer is not that good?” “what if it hurst a lot?” “what if…?” “what if…?”

The point is: I’m sure I made the right decision. I didn’t get tattooed very young, as I was a typical teenager and I used to change my mind as often I changed clothes – and that was a lot!

I had my first tattoo when I was 25. No, it didn’t hurt. I’d carefully decided on the drawing – stars had always been a passion – I drew the stars and printed them. Took them to the tattooer – a highly recommended one – and got my first little stars. Love them!!!!!

Two years later, I got the other ones. On the same day. People say that you shouldn’t have an even number of tattoos – it’s bad luck. Again, it took me a while to decide on them ‘cause I wanted to be sure about what I really wanted. That’s when I got a sentence tattoed on my right foot – “força Sempre” (there’s an explanation for this sentence) and a little A, as it is the first letter of my name. I wrote this little A on a piece of paper and the tattooed used it on my neck. So, it’s my own handwriting.

The point is: IF you decide to get a tattoo, be sure to check some important aspects:

*be sure about what you want to have tatooed on your body – this is an important decision. you’ll probably have that for the rest of your life;

*ask friends for tattooers – you’ll feel safer if you get tattooed by someone you’ve already seen the job;

*be sure the place is totally clean, if the tattoer wears gloves, things like that;

*be sure to check if they use disposable needles.

Now, four years later, I’ve been thinking about getting new ones – two, again, as i need to have an odd number of tattoos.

Does anybody have any suggestion?!??!?!?!

Help me, pleeeeeeease!!!!

*bjo*bjo*

Hi, there!

Here I am… getting into this wild new world…

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GO!!!!!!

Nice to see you around!!!!!

Nice to see you around!!!!!

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