San Sebastián Street Festival, also known as “San Se”, is a very popular Puerto Rican festivity that takes place in the Old San Juan. It is a four-day event that starts the third Thursday of January through Sunday. This festive is in honor of Saint Sebastian. January 20th is the day that Catholic Church celebrates the life of this Saint. More than 200,000 people participate in this festival, making this activity be recognized internationally. Also, some Puerto Ricans have started this festive in the United States.
In the present, the addition of artisans has acquired more importance, as well as music and dance in the nights. Also, artists perform at different stages localized around the Old San Juan. “Cabezudos” now include characters representing the Puerto Rican folklore that pass through the streets dancing and singing followed by the public. Now, the parade is longer than the past ones and the municipality of San Juan is responsible in organizing the entire festival. Festivities vary year by year, but mainly include the ones mentioned above. #puertoricogram#seepuertorico#borrinquen#boricuasbelike#puertorico#sanse#sansebastian#boricua#puertorican#history#historia#historias_pr#sanjuanpuertorico#sanjuan#oldsanjuan
Over a year ago I had the pleasure of spending a weekend in NYC with an amazing photographer. We had no plan but to embrace the energy of the city and let it speak... and boy did she sing. Thank you @adamreyna for your passion, creativity and for letting us LIVE! Looking forward to the next fantasy my dear friend 💙 #humpday#mood#freddiemercury
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Para los que tenemos un corazón tropical 😉💛🌊🏝... listos para la @sansesa2019
Y’all are NOT ready for this. 🤣
2009 —- vs —-> 2019
There were too many good ones not to post.
15 year old me was a trip, lemme tell ya. I was such a neon scene kid for a while. Then I was skate emo kid. There was even a hippie and peace sign everything phase. No matter what though, I ALWAYS wore rubber cause braces and musician bracelets all up one arm and the thin rubber bracelets all up the other arm. I refused to take them off. I would let them break off by themselves over time and then add more. I was so OCD about it for yearsss.
Shoutout to curly emo bangs. To rubber bracelets. To (neon) emo/scene kids. To Punkrose high tops because they were the SHIT and I still have a pair. To poking the lenses out of 3D glasses and wearing them to school. To shutter shades. To taking selfies with ACTUAL digital cameras 😂. To the LG phones with keyboards that slid out. To covering bedroom walls with posters until there was no paint left to be seen. To eyeliner pencils for top liner, RIP. ⚰️ .
I’d also like to say I’m extremely grateful that I found organic skincare/SPF that healed my disgusting discolored forehead issues, and VERY over-tanned skin. I hated those spots so much. Talk about a glow up. 😂🌟