Hi it’s me, I’m still here and I’ve got pinkish purple hair. I still love for coffee and dancing. I dunno if people still use this platform anymore.
What up Rap Geekz! We got some 🔥 for y’all this weekend, with the homie 2 Raw! @omg2raw #RapGeekz #RapGeekzRadio #Texas #HipHop #Podcast #livefromtheunderground #2Raw (at Houston, Texas)
apparently february 1st is national texas day?
i live in texas how did i not know about this
Last year before Covid!
not to be petty but I don’t want AOC’s 1 million dollars
Here’s some selfie’s cause I haven’t posted any in awhile. Taken in the bathroom of a tiny house in Austin with AMAZING lighting.
Me living in Texas when we had a winter storm + power outage + no water + basically Southern Armageddon for over a week: I guess Texas went yeethaw huh?
Part of growing up is realizing how much you can really open your mouth and talk about shit that’s bothering you, only to realize it’s bothering others too.
Hey y’all! I’ve been totally absent lately because￼as many of you know, I live in Texas and crap, the entire state lost their shit last week. It was scary! I was out of power and water for 5 days and ended up staying with friends for the week. It was literally a struggle to survive with no heat and temperatures at 3° at night. NO THANK YOU. Definitely had these ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ vibes with all of the power outages. I tried to stay optimistic and positive through it all, but it was real hard to do when there were so many people suffering all over the state.
We were out of school for 7 days and thankfully, things are getting back to normal! My sister’s place was flooded from the ice storm, so she’s staying with me for the time being. It’s not all bad. Just making it work. Even if this is our relationship to a T.
That’s the latest here! Hope everyone is safe and healthy out there! If anyone else experienced the crazy snow and ice storm last week, I hope you are all safe and sound and recovering after such a traumatic time. You are not alone.
These Migrant Farmworkers Risked Everything They Had For A Better Life
Migrant farmworkers on a tree farm in East Texas – Aaron, Rodrigo, Perfecto, and Adan
The migrant farmworkers worked on a tree farm on Lake Tawakoni in East Texas. One of them Jose, could not be there for this photo but his portrait is below. They had been working at the farm for 15-20 years each. They are all from small towns in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico.
I applied for a job at that…