1. ¡uʍop ǝpısdn ƃuıʇıɹʍ
Something about it makes me giddy.
2. Gift suspense. It's my birthday week and a few presents have arrived by mail with explicit orders to NOT OPEN them until my birthday. Every time I see them I get super excited.
3. My old YouTube videos from Mexico. They may be boring to everybody else but they bring back some major memories for me. Also? You can see me with dredlocks. Which, contrary to what some people might tell you, were hygenic, and they did look nice and did not smell bad. See for yourself.
Here's us riding in a collectivo from Cuetzalan, Mexico to some caves we heard were spectacular. They were.
This was some dance we happened upon in Puebla.
A look at a cemetary in the center of Oaxaca during Dia de Muertos. I really wish I had taken more because there was amazing music, the cemetary was in-effing-sane and there was a carnival outside.
I can not remember what this game was or what, but this was taken in our rented house, in which we had a rule of NO ENGLISH. Even though we were all Canadians. You know, to learn better. No matter what your level of Spanish was, you had to use it or pay money. You can clearly see me with dreds in this one, I'm the one eating out of a tupperware container, haha.
Two friends in Monte Alban, Oaxaca, jumping off the top of a pyramid. In reality they were only falling like six feet, but from our perspective it looked like they fell off a gigantic cliff.