Sunday, 30 December 2018
2018 is nearly over and I would like to say a few words.
Life is beautiful, no matter what. Every year is the continuation of that happiness. So, let's be joyful and grateful.
Yes, life can be unkind sometimes, however, there are a lot of lessons to learn from the calamities in life.
I particularly would like to continue in my journey of becoming a better person. That is, and will always be, my main goal.
I do not have a regrets for the things I did or said this year because there was always a lesson to learn.
I would like to invite you to take a moment and to think and reflect on 2018 and if you really pay attention, you will realise that everything was worth it.
I wish you all a VERY happy 2019 and I wish all health, love, happiness and, why not, prosperity.
Happy New Year.
From the bottom of my heart.
Thursday, 20 December 2018
It is with great pleasure I would like to wish you all a Very Happy Christmas together with your family and friends.
I hope Santa is good to you so you can be good to everybody. Remember it's all about paying forward.
Have a wonderful time at this very beautiful time of the year.
From the bottom of my heart.
Sunday, 16 December 2018
If we are connected on Facebook or my Instagram you might know my love for dancing and singing (even though I can not sing a word) hehehehe.
I recently posted this video on my Facebook and it received a good reaction - which is the reason I would like to share with all those who appreciate my silliness online.
I hope you enjoy and expect more and if you like to see more, connect with me on my social media.
Sunday, 2 December 2018
As you can imagine, I absolutely love Christmas. And yes, I love the saying "as camp as Christmas". You can also imagine Christmas makes me more sentimental, sensitive and emotional. I feel all the beauty I possess inside reflourish at this beautiful time of the year.
It is also a time for nostalgia. I tend to miss even more my loved ones who are not with us anymore, in particular, my beloved mother.
It is also a time to think and reflect. I particularly try to reflect on the things that would make me a better person. It usually occurs to me the question, how can I find something beautiful deep inside of me to give it to somebody else? Which is a question that makes me realize I am a good person and I am proud of that realization.
On that note, I would love to wish you all a very Happy Christmas. Have a wonderful time together with your loved ones, family and friends.
Try to make of this month a magical time, a memorable time.
I send you a big, warm hug full of love, after all, this is the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.
From the bottom of my heart.
Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Before going into my topic, I would like to confess I DO NOT in any way at all regret the things I did or said in relation to the recent events in my life. And if I had to do it or say it again, yes I would do and say exactly the same.
Did I act guided by anger and frustration? Yes, I did. Did I lose the civilized and loving me? Yes, I did, but that is OK because I looked for the lessons, and the number one lesson I learned from that experience is that, at the end of the day, I am only human. And I am very OK with being human.
I also think that sometimes when somebody is hurting, as I was (you have not idea how much I suffered), something is everything and for me in those moments anger was something. So I am very happy to have out my anger to good use because I am very OK with facing the consequences.
The beauty of adversity
When I lost my loving mother, later in life, I found this metaphor which I find beautiful to describe some of the benefits of adversity. Think of this:
What does a beautiful diamond, a beautiful, colorful flower, a shining piece of marble and a very symmetrical statue have in common? They have gone through a very harsh process in order to achieve the enchanting beauty the posses and project. In order to now sustain that well-conditioned state of being, they had to go through a 'painful' process first.
So, if I have been able to manage to live a very happy life without the love of my mother, since I was 11, it is for sure, I will be more than OK to continue facing the calamities in life.
This is the best example I have used to be able to translate what adversity could, in a positive way, represent in people's lives.
Well, what doesn't kill us, makes us stronger. This is very true
There is a lot of research in Psychology Today - which is like my bible:
When Adversity Strikes, Optimism Helps Us Get Through
How To Turn Adversity Into Advantage
Adversity and the Creative Mind
and many many more articles.
And remember the next time you are experiencing difficulties in life, don't forget you are just going through the process of becoming a shining diamond.
Thanks for reading.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Tomorrow Thursday THANKSGIVING is celebrated, and even though it is something we don't particular celebrate, I decided together with my hubby, John, that we should cook (well he will cook) a Turkey to celebrate this day. So we are going to do so.
There are so many things I am grateful for:
I am grateful for...
Having the privilege to still being alive and healthy.
For being happy, no matter what.
For being who I am and for believing in me.
For having a home, not a house, but a home.
For having people in my life who loves me for who I am.
I am grateful for today and tomorrow.
and I am grateful for you taking the time to read this blog.
Happy Thanksgiving Day Everyone
Tuesday, 13 November 2018
I am happy to say I am an emotional person, yes, I am. I am someone who would celebrate good feelings for whatever reason it might be. I am someone who would try to be friendly with everybody.
Those emotions allow me to recognize and address my feelings. They help me to say "Sorry" if I have made a mistake. To say "I love you" if I need to show my love. To express how loyal I am if I am loyal to something or someone.
I don't mind doing all the above because that's part of my compound as a person. So I feel I am not losing anything at all.
When it comes to protecting me as a person. When it comes to protecting my feelings, emotions and ultimately my sanity (mental health or sanity), I would do anything and avail anything I can to protect those, this the reason why I DO NOT PUT UP WITH BULLSHIT.
I have learned that in life sometimes we need to separate what is moral from what is legal. Sometimes we need to separate love from law because, sometimes, they do not work well together at all.
I have also learned that depending on the circumstances, I will avail what is best for me, only for me, and I will make decisions based on what is good for ME!
So, DO NOT PUT UP WITH BULLSHIT, always live the life the life that represents the best version of you. If you don't do it, nobody else would do it for you.
Did you hear me? : )
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
I put this idea together to celebrate my hubby, John Compton, who is the center of my life.
This is a song - which I love very much - sang by British singer Dusty Springfield and it was released in November 1963.
I have always loved the song, but I forgot about until it was recently played in one of the episodes of the program "The Handmaid's Tale" and oh my god - I fell in love with the song all over again and I decided to use to make this video to celebrate my love.
I hope you like it so, enjoy it...
Wednesday, 10 October 2018
For some people, coming out was not easy and might not be easy, but at least we now have a day that celebrates or, let's say, encourage people to come out if they can.
The National Coming Out Day is an annual LGBTQ awareness day observed on October 11 and 12 in some parts of the world.
This is a day that promotes and celebrates equality. A day that celebrates being part of a world that is inclusive and diverse and, as most of us hope, happy.
It is believed that, sometimes, homophobia exists because of lack of information and/or ignorance, and if you know you have loved ones from family members to friends and acquaintances who you could speak to, gay, lesbian, bi and hetero, you might be surprised it is not as hard as you might think it is. If someone really loves you, they will always love you, no matter.
In my personal opinion, I think coming out is a very personal choice when the individual is ready to do so, and nobody should feel this day is a burden if they feel they are not ready to come out. You could, however, take this day to think about you and perhaps to start considering it.
It is up to you, solely up to you and I wish you the best of luck!
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
If you follow mine Facebook or Instagram @marlife16 - you might have noticed I was with my hubby, John, in Lanzarote. We spent a week in such a nice island where we had a great time.
We got an all-inclusive deal through Trivago and stayed in a place called Lanzasur Club - which we can recommend.
Total relaxation in the sun. Surrounded by a nice and inviting place
I feel in love with Lanzarote - have a look at the short clip below. You might fall in love, too
If you would like to see more photos of our trip, please feel free to follow my Facebook or Instagram - @marlife16. I promise you won't be disappointed.
Thursday, 6 September 2018
I gave a #TedTalk in work about 'The Importance Of Being Yourself". One of the things I pointed out was the fact that we are UNIQUES and WINNERS from the moment we were conceived.
Out of 100 million of the sperm cells, we were the healthiest and strongest one to get in, so we won that race.
I would like you to watch the below video to understand that very crucial moment. I hope you enjoy it and I hope it will help you to appreciate even more "The Importance Of Being Yourself".
Thursday, 23 August 2018
Hello, #marlife audience around the world:
I have to share the below virtual video with you - which shows the beautiful, charming city I live in: Dublin.
I am also sharing this website https://www.discoverireland.ie/ just in case if you need and want to get more info about the beautiful country Ireland is.
I do not want to talk/write too much, please have a look at what I have provided and you will be captivated by a city and country that has so much to offer.
Sunday, 12 August 2018
I would like to begin this post by using a quote from the movie “Florence Foster Jenkins” starring Meryl Streep & Huge Grant.
“People may say I can’t sing, but no one can’t ever say I didn’t sing”
And I concur...
I do believe dancing and singing are two great ways to express some of the joys life can offer. I am a good dancer, yes I am, the say same way I am a terrible singer. Yes, I am if what I do can be considered “singing” ehhhhhh NO NO NO.
However, that nonexistent talent in me is not preventing me from enjoying to express myself in the way I’d like and love to.
How it all began: The below video is the very first one
Four years ago, I was at home on my own and I had the idea to amuse myself. I thought that dancing and singing was the perfect way to do so. So I did the recording and posted it on Facebook and, oh my god, the reaction I got was unbelievable. I truly was not expecting it. From then on, to this date, I do it every time I have the chance.
Needless to say, I love it. It gives me so much joy and It is great to see people reacting to something many would think it’s a “brave” thing to do
The engagement, the petitions, and the disaster
With a combined over 20 thousand views, great engagement in the form of likes and comments on Facebook - which is where you can post a full video - my fun project is something that keeps me amused. More so, when some of my member's audience have requested me to sing and/or dance certain songs for their own and/or a loved one enjoyment. And if I can do it, I will, of course.
However, I am currently having absolute DRAMA since some of the material I have posted have been either blocked or muted on both Facebook and Instagram @marlife16 - which is an utter and complete disaster.
Why do they have to punish me in such unmercifulness way?
The below video was muted on Facebook and blocked on Instagram...DISASTER : (
I know it's for copyright reasons, what I find interesting is that I have recorded videos with songs from the 80s or early 90s and they have been blocked. Or songs in Spanish from artists one would not think they are known in Europe or Dublin - Ireland where I live.
Even more amusing is to know that my Stevie Wonder video was allowed to be on - which I am delighted.
Anyway, this is my drama at the moment. But I will continue singing and dancing because I love it, it gives me joy. but more importantly, because of the joy I bring to people.
Let's keep having fun!
Sunday, 29 July 2018
Since our relationship is splashed all over our social media, by now you might have noticed I am the romantic and positive one in our union. Sometimes my hubby, who is the center of my life, has asked me questions like: "Why are you so annoyingly loving today" or "Marlon, tone down the happiness" or "I know we have to see the positive but I want to have a bitch about it".
That's OK, I can live with those comments because I can say that we have a good balance and, perhaps, one of the great reasons why our relationship has survived and will be forever.
So recently as we were sitting in our sanctuary, the living room, watching TV he comes out with this Math, like a true Albert Einstein discovering the Relativity Theory, very serious he goes:
"Marlon you know we have been together for 14 years?"
Me: "Yes I know, I have been with you for that amount of time, why?"
John: "And we have been married for 7 years?"
And in my head, I was going "What's the story with these calculations and numbers?" I got excited imagining a 69 offer was on the plate.
He proceeds to break down his calculation.
John: "Well it means we have been not married for 7 years and married for 7 years, that's 14 years and this will never happen ever again"
As I am hopeless at Math, it took me a while to figure out his calculations, however, I was very hopeful about the 69 offer coming.
Me: "OK, so"!
John: "But you understand this will never happen again?"
Me: "Yes, I think so" and in my head "Where is the offer?".
John: "Well there you go!"
Disappointingly, the offer never happened neither did the actual practice. However, I have to say that no matter how "practical" my hubby pretends to be, I know he cares about those numbers that involve being married and not married. I know he adores me the same way I adore him. And he truly values the loving union we have built together in the name of love.
So cheers to life, love and happiness forever.
Tuesday, 24 July 2018
I wrote this on Sunday - July 21st, 2018
Today I have decided that my name is love. Today I need to reiterate that I love life so much because life is wonderful. I love ME from here to the sky and back.
Today my name is love: I love my husband so much. He is my everything. He is the center of my life. Even though he is here asking me why am I being annoyingly loving this morning?
I love my family and friends regardless of the distance and lack of contact 😘
I love people. I love my friend Amanda and her two beautiful children, Lukas and Eli, who are part of our lives.
I love Sammy, our dog, the lunatic of the house.
I feel alive because I am able to love.
Today, more than ever, tell your loved ones how much you love them. Just fucking tell them. Simple as!
Today, my name is love. Happy Sunday
Friday, 29 June 2018
Her story is a celebration of the resilience of human condition. It is a testimony of tenacity, determination and how to survive when we are in danger.
Her story is a celebration of love because when we love our life, our existence becomes the most precious resources we'll ever have.
Her story is part of a prominent project: A book written by the journalist, Sorcha Pollak. The book, beautifully titled "New to the Parish" is a compilation of several stories about the power of survival and making a choice that can preserve your life and create a human legacy forever.
She was recently interviewed by Broadcaster guru, Marian Finucane, her story is compelling and touching, but I won't give it away, please listen to it for yourself.
For PC click the link below
Tuesday, 26 June 2018
Friday, 15 June 2018
First of all, I hope you are keeping well, Mr, Homan - whichever part of the world you are in.
I went shirt shopping (how exciting) for an event I have coming up. I went to this particular, very fancy shop to get a nice shirt and I saw your face all over the shop promoting Jeff Banks. The shop assistant - who was very helpful and, of course, gay said something about your face, but I didn't say anything.
He kept talking about you and I said to myself 'Marlon, just fucking drop it' and I said "I know him" and he goes "You're right" and reiterated "I actually know him"
Shop assistant: "How?"
Me: "My husband used to have a Model Agency and he was part of his international book"
Shop assistant: "Fuck off"
Me: "No, I won't fuck off, it's all true"
Anyway long story, short, I ended up saying "I have the receipt to prove it"
Shop assistant: "No waaaaaaaay"
So I showed him the above picture which I have on my phone and he nearly died hehehe
Shop assistant: "Oh my god, you are gay, married to a man who used to have a model agency and knows the model who is promoting the shirts I am trying to sell you. Honey, you need a discount"
Me, in my head I went "Yeeeesssss"
So there you go Mr Homan, sometimes is good to be influential and more so if you can get a discount hehehe
Monday, 28 May 2018
Because I am an Irish citizen, I can proudly say I have a little bit of green in my blood.
Coming to Ireland, in search of a better life, has been one of the most crucial decisions I have ever made in my life. After 15 years in Ireland, I can testify this country has embraced me as one of its own.
In those 15 years, I have witnessed how this country has progressed and evolved and it has been great for me to be a witness and benefited from all the great things our Emerald Isle has to offer.
I am happy to live in a country where a Referendum was carried out to ask the people their stand on same-sex marriage. Thanks to that same-sex couple can get married.
I am happy to live in a country where they elected their Taoiseach (the equivalent of a Prime Minister or President in other countries) and he happened to be gay.
There are so many reasons to be happy in this country, but I would like to mention the latest.
A more egalitarian Ireland
On Friday 25th of May, we went to the polls to vote to repeal the 8th amendment of the Constitution to legalise abortion. We showed the world how civilised we are and went to the polls to decide for "their body, their choice". So together we voted YES! and the YES won.
So yes, Ireland is becoming more and more progressive, fairer and more egalitarian. We spoke and our voices were heard, and this fact gives us all a sense of respect and that our voice matter.
Ireland, I am happy to call you my country. You are my house and Dublin my home and Ireland, YES - Tá, you are amazing.
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Oh yes, I can be a prick, too, but as I am reflecting about life & love, I have to tell this. Recently, I had an argument with my hubby, John, and I went downstairs to sleep on the sofa, but I couldn’t sleep.
Then I went to work without saying goodbye kissing him on his forehead, as I usually do. On the train, I felt discomfort, something was missing. Then, wallowing in my annoyance, in my head I was organizing all things I wanted to say to him. By the time I got to the office, I was exhausted, and I hadn’t even turned on my computer. I had spent way too much energy being annoyed.
So I resorted to a better feeling...Love. I forgot about how annoyed I was and felt better.
I adore myself, but I adore my husband, too. We will never be a perfect couple, but we love each other. I can not conceive my life without him. So the only fight I want to have with him is the one when we use our cheeks, because when my cheek is against his, everything melts away, and that is love.
Tuesday, 24 April 2018
It always makes me happy (hehehehe) when I find a piece of information that I could use as a sustention to reinforce the things I feel, think and I believe in.
When I was recommended this documentary, I thought I knew about happiness from an emotional point of view (the feeling). However, I have to admit my knowledge was very limited. I also have to confess I have watched it around times now and every time I have discovered more and more - which is fascinating.
For example, I knew Depression can be measured, I didn't know happiness can, too. I knew beauty, material possessions, fame and fortune can not make us happy, I didn't know compassion is, scientifically believed, one of the main components of being truly happy. I knew Denmark is considered the happiest country in the world, I didn't know Japan was the least happy.
So, it is fair for me to say this documentary has helped me to change or improve my outlook on life and has made me consider to make crucial changes in my life.
Anyway, I don't want to give you a long introduction, I just want to invite you to watch it. You will be amazed and, by the end of it, you might feel HAPPY ; ) So, enjoy it...
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
Mickey taught me to take my hat off and expose my head to the sunshine (yes, it is getting a bit sunny in Ireland) for my intelligence, wisdom, and way of thinking to be exposed to the light so they will receive more sunny nutrients and, as a result, having the chance to expose who I am, what I know and what I am capable of to the sun, because by doing that, my resources will shine even more.
What Mickey taught me is true, when we know who we are and can offer, in every possible way, we need to take our hat off (metaphorically and literally) to show that being aware of our own identity is a good signal of our own self-recognition.
So thanks to Mickey I can say convey this message to you:
Do not be afraid to be you...NEVER and ALWAYS be ready to show the REAL you and be humble. That power is in your hands, just make good use it.
So thank you to Mickey for teaching me and others, we can be more than a mouse!
Sunday, 8 April 2018
It is not a secret my hubby, John Compton, adores me, but I have to say I have a huge rival which I have to be worried about: his love for cooking.
He loves cooking more than he loves me, but I don't care because I get to eat great dishes that are made and cooked with me most important ingredients EVER: Tender, Love and Cook.
I said to him "I'd like to eat something different, something cooked with chicken" and he said "OK I will cook you a French dish called "Coq au vin". I have never heard of the dish before and OMG!
This is the recipe just in case if you want to try and cook it
And if you need more instructions and indications, click on this link Coq Au Vine
Life is good when you eat good food cooked by your husband/wife hehehehe
Wednesday, 4 April 2018
A few years ago, when watching Jodi Foster receiving an honorary Golden Globe for her contribution to the film industry, she enthusiastically started her speech announcing she was 50. I was watching the awards with John, my hubby, and he liked her proclamation.
That day it occurred to me the idea of using that particular clip for when John turns 50. I knew it would resonate with him.
For his 50th, I wanted to pay a homage to him with a video, with something more than gathering a few pictures or writing a Birthday card. I wanted to make a micro bio to celebrate his life.
In December, I finally worked on the idea with a script - which took me a little bit of time to start with. I asked a workmate to help me making and editing the video for me and she kindly said yes.
Up until there everything was going according to plan.
Death, grievance & my idea crumbled
The day before Christmas Day, I received the news my niece, Yelitza in Venezuela, had collapsed and rushed to hospital. Her conditioned was critical and we had to prepare for the worse. Of course, I had no head or energy to make a video to celebrate husband's life and when my beloved niece was dying.
Eventually, she died the 24 of January and I was caught up in a grieving process that took over the whole existence. So of course, the video was an unrealistic thing.
When I finally regained my life back a little bit, it was nearly March & John’s Birthday was approaching so I gathered what I had and started putting the idea together.
Karin who made and edited the video was under time constraints. I was so delayed and she felt under pressure because she was going to go on holidays the same week. So, I told her not to worry if the final product has a few mistakes, after all it was really my “fault”.
Thank you Karin!!!
I was not expecting the reaction the video received. Some have found it endearing, others, funny or both.
A BIG shout out to Karin from translating so well what I presented to her with words. She captured my imagination so well.
To my 50 year-old husband, Happy Birthday again, babes!
Sunday, 18 February 2018
Hello #marlife people,
As part of trying to enjoy the simple things in life, I went out for a walk in the Phoenix Park with my hubby, John, and our dog Sammy. We had a nice time walking around the park and seeing Sammy getting dirty and wet, as you can imagine it is a rainy day here in Dublin. I guess the rain is a blessing from heaven.
We have decided that it is time to start enjoying the simple things in life and more important to spend more quality time with each other, too.
Today, more than ever, I have realised that life is precious. Life is full of great and beautiful things. All we have to do is to try to see those wonderful things and enjoy them.
So, I invite you to see life from the perspective of simpleness, and you will see a life full of wonderfulness.
Sunday, 11 February 2018
As you might know, I have been very sad grieving and mourning the death of my niece, Yelitza - who passed away on January 24th.
I was and felt in a very dark place. The feeling of sadness took over my whole existence, literally. It was a feeling much bigger than me, but...
I AM GLAD TO SAY THAT I AM FEELING A BIT BETTER : )
I have started feeling myself again, even though I am up and down, I can say I am grasping the joys of life again.
Things I have done to help myself
I am reading a book called 'On Grief and Grieving - Finding The Meaning Of Grief Through The Five Stages Of Loss' - given to me by a work colleague. It is a great book and it has helped me to understand a lot of things in life, and about myself, too.
I am also seeing a Psychologist from the Wellness department in work. She has been of great help. She has helped me to remember of the resilience I possess as a person; how broad and strong my outlook in life is; she has reminded me of how pivotal my self-esteem is - which is the core of my happiness. Overall, she has helped me to re-encounter with who really I am.
More importantly, she has helped me to revalidate my belief that happy people recover much quicker from the hardships of life. To me, this is crucial.
Things I have learned & reinforced from this adversity
- That no matter how happy we are, life can be cruel but is still worth living
- The importance of reconnecting with yourself, family and friends
- There is nothing wrong with being sad or vulnerable, all we have to do is express it
- To appreciate even more the way people love/like me. People have shown me their love in many ways and I am very grateful for that
I am happy to say, I knew this was not going to last forever. I knew I was going to be back to be myself again, but I had to do some things for self-help.
These are some reasons why I am saying to sadness 'Hasta La Vista Sadness'
Sunday, 21 January 2018
When designer Gianni Versace was killed in front of his Miami mansion on July 15, 1997, the day before my 21st birthday, I was devastated. Back then, I had fully accepted my homosexuality, and I was fascinated not only his fashion but also by the fact that he was VERY open about his gayness.
I loved his clothes, not that I could afford them, his clothes for both women and men are fabulous. I loved his opulent life. I loved the way he created the "supermodels". I loved everything about him.
Basically, I followed his life, and the day he was killed I was so sad. I know I am such a drama queen. All I need is a Medusa - which is Versace's iconic brand symbol.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: the TV series
When I first heard they were making a TV series about 'his life', I couldn't believe it took this long for someone to bring the story to the big or small screen, of the life of someone who was considered a genius. So, here I am writing about it.
Created by Ryan Murphy, the same creator of 'The People Vs OJ Sympson' and 'American Horror Story', the program has the internet buzzing and I can not wait to start watching the series myself.
I will tell you why because...
It is about the life of someone I admired so so much.
The main characters are being played by Latinos/Hispanic, Gianni himself is played by Venezuelan actor, Edgar Ramirez. Ricky Martin plays Antonio D'Amico, Versace's longtime partner, and Donatella is played by Penelope Cruz - who is getting so much praise for her command to the role.
Below you can watch a preview of the show...
I hope you enjoy the show the same way I will.
We were in his mansion: Casa Casuarina
John and I were lucky enough to travel to Orlando in 2008. From there, we rented a car and went to Miami, a city I always wanted to explore. We visited Versace's mansion located right in the centre of vibrant South Beach.
We walked the stairs and took some pictures. The whole experience was captivating, surreal and amazing.
You can see how much of a fan I am when I took time to write this blog.
And as the song, 'Fashionista' goes 'Oh I miss Gianni'
Sunday, 14 January 2018
I have never undermined the power of social media, and I will never dare to do so. Social media, in particular, Facebook, has been crucially pivotal for me to produce the goods to help my family. I have deeply felt #facebook’s recent mission ‘Building a Global Community’ & I am happy I can use the platform to create true human value. Thank you Facebook for existing!
My dear and beautiful niece, Yelitza, I would like to whisper these words in your ears: "I know you know I love you and I always will"
Yo nunca he subestimado el poder de las redes sociales, y nunca me atreveré a hacer eso. Las redes sociales, en particular Facebook, ha sido crucial para mí para producir la ayuda para mi familia. He sentido con profundidad la nueva misión de Facebook que es “Construyendo una Comunidad Global” y me alegra saber que he podido utilizar esta plataforma para crear valores humanos. Muchas gracias Facebook por existir!
Mi querida y bella sobrina, Yeli, me gustaria susurrarte en tus oidos estas palabras: "Yo se que bos sabeis que te quiero y siempre ye querre"
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