Mixed (European in general), I grew up speaking a lot of Polish, German, English and just enough of Spanish. American, have an amazing boyfriend, we call each other Comrade. I range from country and all rock to freestyle to disco polo to almost all metal and more, as long as it isn't rap. Also, barrel racing is life.

 

Who sees the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter?

Pablo Picasso  (via muse)

(Source: s-stevens)

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69 Years Ago Today, The US Marine Corps launched their invasion on Iwo Jima.
The amphibious landings of Marines began the morning of February 19 as the secretary of the navy, James Forrestal, accompanied by journalists, surveyed the scene from a command ship offshore. As the Marines made their way onto the island, seven Japanese battalions opened fire on them. By evening, more than 550 Marines were dead and more than 1,800 were wounded. The capture of Mount Suribachi, the highest point of the island and bastion of the Japanese defense, took four more days and many more casualties. When the American flag was finally raised on Iwo Jima, the memorable image was captured in a famous photograph that later won the Pulitzer Prize.
Semper Fi!

talkstraight:

69 Years Ago Today, The US Marine Corps launched their invasion on Iwo Jima.

The amphibious landings of Marines began the morning of February 19 as the secretary of the navy, James Forrestal, accompanied by journalists, surveyed the scene from a command ship offshore. As the Marines made their way onto the island, seven Japanese battalions opened fire on them. By evening, more than 550 Marines were dead and more than 1,800 were wounded. The capture of Mount Suribachi, the highest point of the island and bastion of the Japanese defense, took four more days and many more casualties. When the American flag was finally raised on Iwo Jima, the memorable image was captured in a famous photograph that later won the Pulitzer Prize.

Semper Fi!