Hambre Memorias de mi cuerpo

  Como mujer que describe su propio cuerpo como «salvajemente indisciplinado», Roxane Gay comprende la tensión entre el deseo y la negación, entre estar bien con una misma y cuidarse. En Hambre explora su pasado, incluido un devastador acto de violencia que supuso un punto de inflexión en su joven vida, y nos narra el viaje emprendido… Continue reading Hambre Memorias de mi cuerpo

Lotus Flower

Munky Soulstar

“If you feel lost, disappointed, hesitant, or weak, return to yourself, to who you are, here and now and when you get there, you will discover yourself, like a lotus flower in full bloom, even in a muddy pond, beautiful and strong.”
~ Masaru Emoto


I added this picture so you can see what it looks like WITH the sheer sleeves and belly which also has 6 different choices of colors. Super cute!!

And below you can see how super gorgeous the Kosmetik eyes are.

And isn’t this Lotus Tattoo by Eyelure  just PERFECT!!Snapshot_029

~Le Fashion Whore~ Jasmine Harem – Maitreya, Belleza, & Slink – 6 color top/bottoms – 6 color sheer sleeves/belly which can be turned on/off – HuD

[monso] My Hair – Ann

Eyelure  – Set of Tattoos – Believe and Lotus
– wearing Lotus

.kosmetik – Eyes.mystic @The Makeover Room January


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A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles #bookreview


gentleman_in_moscowIn Amor Towles’ A Gentleman in Moscow, the Russian Revolution is a few years old but the country is still in a state of upheaval. The ruling bodies are on a mission to root out individuals whom they consider to be a destabilising force. Their attention turns to Count Alexander Rostov, a suave and handsome member of the aristocracy who has gained a reputation as a poet but whose work is considered counter-revolutionary by the Emergency Committee of the People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs.

Only his connections with some high-ranking officials save him from being stood in front of a wall and shot. Instead, after declaring him to be a “Former Person” , the Committee sentence the count to imprisonment in Moscow’s Hotel Metropol. It’s the city’s foremost hotel, an Art Deco edifice place frequented by the rich and famous, bureaucrats and foreign visitors. As befitting his status and…

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