source: Andrea (London)
Mie (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Fiorella ”It means ”Always here” in spanish first is for my granfather he past away many years ago,but i know he’s still here whit me,and also it’s a reminder that anyone that we love it’s always with us,no matter physically where they are.” Font: Bickham Script One
I decided to get ”Be at peace not in pieces ” on the side of my left rib. I had five friends pass away in 2012. Everyone continued to tell me that I needed to be at peace that God was going to take care of them & that I needed to pick up the pieces and start living and loving life again.
nostalgia (spanish, ”wanderlust”)
i love to travel and the unkown and the spanish language…
actually, it’s ”nostalgia por viajar” in spanish, instead of the ”por viajar” i decided to take a paper plane