its been my pleasure watching this young man bloom to be as wonderful as he is on the 10th of October 1997 he was born so a few days ago jose antonio viana celebrated his birthday at his home town in brasil. what does the world has to say for he has been a wonderful gift it is amazing to see how this young and gifted yet humble a stylish boy and unique young man on stage so glad he has turn 19
he is quite a balanced personality at a young age he has managed to be one of the worlds distinct and successful and world renown singer. some might think of Justine biber this way but the truth is Jotta recorded his first album when he was 6. he aslo won the south american grammy awards with out forget that his special talent totally killed the competition at the TALENTOS KIDS competition.
He also has a lot of fans on his facebook pages and has been doing some humanitarian works in brasil and this year he traveled to london on the jotta europe tour. Jotta’s girl friend sarah must be very proud of this guy in fact she is also a great singer. more is expected as this young man is total in the “sonda me senhor ” mood all the time!
Global warming could wipe out three quarters of all species. Is this really such a terrible thing? I wouldn’t complain if climate change saw an end to, say, mosquitoes, hadedas and sharks. Or anything, really, that thinks it can bite me or shout at me before the sun even rises. I’m including an ex-girlfriend here. […]
via Trump scores own coal — BEN TROVATO – Durban Poison
I noodled around the Des Moines Art Center with some friends a couple of days ago. It had been a while since I’d visited the art center, and I’d forgotten just how visually engaging its architecture is. I’d brought a camera (a real, actual, no-nonsense camera), thinking I might shoot some photos of the artwork. […]
via where the light is — gregfallis.com
Originally written by 1950s one-hit-wonder Ed Townsend (“For Your Love” in 1958), the song originally addressed the author’s desire to get on with life after beating alcoholism. Interesting facts about Let’s Get It On
via August 1973 – Let’s Get It On by Marvin Gaye — spearfruit
Fujifilm has become a household name. It is a publicly traded company and a leader in digital cameras and accessories. That level of success does not come instantly or easily, though. More than eight decades of history have contributed to building the film behemoth Fujifilm is today. When you get a sense of Fujifilm’s […]
via Fujifilm’s History – Nearly a Century of Innovation — The Fujifilm Blog
I love making fabulous little somethings to spark up dinner, especially when that fabulous little something is as delish and as easy as these Pickled Red Onions.
via Pickled Red Onions — Frugal Hausfrau
Expat Panda is a South African expat blogger living in Kuwait. In a tongue-in-cheek post, her husband (Expat Fox) spills the beans on the challenges and rewards of life as the companion of a serious blogger.
via What Is It Really Like to Be Married to a Blogger? — Discover
by Kelly Gurnett on The Write Life site: Call me a curmudgeon, but I’ve always felt jealous of other professions’ museums. I remember trekking through hall after hall of science museums, art history museums and space museums as a student, many of them full of fun, interactive features and exhibits that helped draw you into […]
via Check Out The Newly Opened American Writers Museum in Chicago, Illinois… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
“Aaaaaaaaaaaack!” Reflexively my jeep-mates lunged for their cameras. Panting from the adrenaline rush, they looked at me bewildered. “It was a mistake! It was a mistake! I didn’t mean to hit the shutter!” I yelped apologetically, feeling like a dope. For a second they stared at me and then began to laugh. “I’m so sorry,” […]
via The Tale of the Lion in the Tree and The Evil White Jeep — The Insatiable Traveler
A beautiful macro “forest” made of moss, found in the garden of photographer Pete Hillman.
via Macro Forest — Discover
I went on a hike yesterday with my aunt even though it was 90-some degrees hot.
via Which Way on the Indian Trail — This is Another Story