v a g a m u

Feliz viernes.

Ya es fin de semana, Carmiña Castromil.

Un abrazo gigante de oso.

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O Mihna Minihna, Minihna Querida …

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Hi Umbrellas


Es Lunes ….

Ya sé como los odias Pepiña


Te quiero mucho Pepiña .. no era así Mari Lou Po. Sigo por aquí de Tapeo


Buena semana ………XXXX…….. no me olvideN

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Friendship Code On

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I’m in blue nd breathing .. whoops

Have A Nice Weekend

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I love this song … great voice, great version

plusing da alex

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Morning From Taiwan, Taipei
sector 4, secrtor 1 

Tutto Benne Umbrellas
Todo OkÏ … como siempre
≠”…¢·,%& …. bikos

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EL HACKER, TROLL O LO QUE SEA, NO ME DEJA PUPLICAR CON FACEBOOK DESDE SPOTIFY … WOOPS

TENDRÉ QUE COMPRAR OTRO COMPUTER Y LLEVAR ESTE A UNA INSPECCIÓN

MENOS INTERNET Y EXCLUYENDO A FACEBOOK, .. EL RESTO DEL MUNDO VA BIEN … AQUÍ TODO OKÏ

ES ESTÁ MUY BIEN EN TAIPEI

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theparisreview:

William Morris was born on this day in 1834.
Associate editor Clare Fentress on his 1877 lecture “The Lesser Arts”:

Earlier this week, on a flight from the Midwest to the East Coast, I read William Morris’s lecture “The Lesser Arts” to distract myself from the ear-popping, the altitude, and the beginnings of a cold. It’s Morris at his philosophical best: a manifesto on the use and value of the decorative arts, speaking against the notion that they’re somehow “lesser” than other fine arts. “Everything made by man’s hands has a form, which must be either beautiful or ugly,” spoke Morris, “beautiful if it is in accord with Nature, and helps her; ugly if it is discordant with Nature, and thwarts her … the hand of the craftsman is guided to work in the way that she does, till the web, the cup, or the knife, look as natural, nay as lovely, as the green field, the river bank, or the mountain flint.” As I engaged with the text, the interior of the plane—with its many small miracles of engineering packaged in just as many sins of design—felt more and more like a post-apocalyptic bomb shelter. To Morris, even late-nineteenth century London was an abomination of ugliness: “a whole country or more covered over with hideous hovels, big, middle-sized, and little.” One can only wonder what he would think of 2014 London—or, for that matter, New York City.

theparisreview:

William Morris was born on this day in 1834.

Associate editor Clare Fentress on his 1877 lecture “The Lesser Arts”:

Earlier this week, on a flight from the Midwest to the East Coast, I read William Morris’s lecture “The Lesser Arts” to distract myself from the ear-popping, the altitude, and the beginnings of a cold. It’s Morris at his philosophical best: a manifesto on the use and value of the decorative arts, speaking against the notion that they’re somehow “lesser” than other fine arts. “Everything made by man’s hands has a form, which must be either beautiful or ugly,” spoke Morris, “beautiful if it is in accord with Nature, and helps her; ugly if it is discordant with Nature, and thwarts her … the hand of the craftsman is guided to work in the way that she does, till the web, the cup, or the knife, look as natural, nay as lovely, as the green field, the river bank, or the mountain flint.” As I engaged with the text, the interior of the plane—with its many small miracles of engineering packaged in just as many sins of design—felt more and more like a post-apocalyptic bomb shelter. To Morris, even late-nineteenth century London was an abomination of ugliness: “a whole country or more covered over with hideous hovels, big, middle-sized, and little.” One can only wonder what he would think of 2014 London—or, for that matter, New York City.

Hi Umbrellas:

Paz Cabo
Maria Guitian Rivera
Laura Garcia Peñalvert
Carmiña Castromil Peña
Pepa Castromil
Vega Belmonte Otero
Ana Modrono Vazquez

……..

enviad alguna de vuelta
(saca la gun, saca la song)

porf
cada día mejor, todo oKÏ !!

besiños

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SOMEDAY ….

GRACIAS UMBRELLAS !!!

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