Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dance. Dance. Otherwise we are lost.

On Sunday night my right shoulder was hurting. It was a weird pain. Similar to the one I have when I sleep on top of one arm. A numb pain. I couldn’t sleep. I was awake all night long. Next … Continue reading

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Honesty.

I strongly believe that honesty and thoughtfulness are very crucial aspects of personal relationships. I thought you had the same belief. Maybe I’m too naive and bubbly. I want to be surrounded by people who say little but treat me … Continue reading

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Personal Trademarks.

Some people believe the clothes and accessories we choose to wear are a physical representation of our state of mind on that day. Most importantly, they are a physical representation of our personality and life history. I’m one of those … Continue reading

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My home. My temple.

Andrew :”You won’t ever have this feeling again until you create a new idea of home for yourself, you know, for your kids, for the family you start, it’s like a cycle or something. I don’t know, but I miss … Continue reading

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Garden State.

A good movie always makes me wonder about my life, my choices, my problems. Garden State is one of those movies. I strongly recommend it. Sam: “You don’t realize, this is good, this doesn’t happen often in your life. We … Continue reading

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Moments.

A sincere smile. An intense look. A naive touch. A loud laugh. An happy tear. A warm hug. A stolen kiss. Simple and profound moments that take few seconds, but will stay in my heart until the end of time. … Continue reading

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Love. Commitment. Family.

I spent the Halloween evening eating pizza near a MacGyver-like fireplace and having a blast with Vasquinho, the two-years son of Pedro and Sara. I made him an improvised mask with a beer carton box. He chased and scared people … Continue reading

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