Q:oh ok! sorry to jump on you. and sorry about your laptop! lol, what happened to it? i hope you can get a new one soon then
No problem. If you notice erratic behaviors one here it’s either because I’m having difficulty with my laptop or I’m posting on my HTC. Which sucks by the way.
As for what happened to my computer. Well, cum and electronics don’t mix…
Q:psst..i just wanted to let you know, you accidentally tagged that janet mock gifset with laverne cox! have a good day
I know. I fixed it. I was accidentally tagging (and posting, if anyone notice I’ve deleted posts rather quickly) lots of things as things as they weren’t because my keyboard is on the fritz right now. (Feel free to ask me why!) I think I need a new laptop.
Some thoughts I shared with Alicia Menendez about intolerant teachers and how one actually nearly pushed me out of school as I transitioned as a sophomore in high school.
You can watch the entire clip at Fusion!
Romanian folk costume has remained relatively unchanged and continues to be worn for festival occasions. The basic model for women consists of an embroidered blouse and skirt, belt, head scarf, and often a vest or jacket. As in many cultures, embroidery is placed at “vulnerable” areas of the body: the neck, cuffs, and hem, but also at the shoulders and sleeves as a symbol of strength. This example of a full festival costume is striking in the variation of blue tones and abundant embroidery. The coordination of the various components is symbolic of the pride and care given to folk traditions in Romanian culture.