Good evening everyone! You might have noticed that I haven’t been active on my social medias accounts and that’s because I traveled to the Dominican Republic on Oct 31. I came here not on a vacation but more so a family health situation.
Remembering my childhood I have all these great,bright and joy filled Easter week as we call it Semana Santa. We used to wake up really early to prepare all the food for the same day or the next day depending if we were going to the beach, go the river (El Rio) or staying at home. Our thing was spending it in family, eating and celebrating and often times praying through the day just to give thanks! Oh those were good old times…
Good morning! Wishing you beautiful souls a blessed and productive week ahead. My wish for you love, positivity and light💫
Back in October I cut my hair extremely short and dyed it red you might not remember since I don’t post a lot selfies. Yesterday I finally had the opportunity to go to the city and my first thought was hair care.
In the United States each year Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 to October 15 by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
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Maybe you know that I did go short I thought that it would be easier for me to maintane a shorter hair honestly it’s almost like having long hair, the only difference would be the length. It takes me less time to prepare though and that’s definitely a positive point. To keep my beautiful curls, maintaining a healthy hair and ofcourse for the growth I’ve using this hair mask almost daily, it’s been keeping my hair moistuzed and beautiful!
Who else enjoys the smell of freshly brewed coffee especially in the morning? ❤