Mi novio me pidió que que le inventara una frase para escribirla en su Vocho, mismo que se compró y lleva meses arreglando para emprender un viaje por Guerrero. Cuando llegue a su vida, ya estaba ese vocho en sus planes, pero resulta que yo tengo planes similares, así que me incluyó y me pidió que le hiciera una frase que pudiera poner en el lado del copiloto, dónde iría yo, aventurándome con él a un recorrido por Guerrero en algún momento. Viajando como nos gusta, con un morral y un montón de historia y cultura que conocemos de nuestra tierra Suriana. En nuestro primer mes le regale la frase en una playera: “cuando se viaja con amor no se acaban los destinos” pues la vida en pareja es un también un viaje, que mientras haya amor jamás terminará. 🌴❤️⚓️ Gracias por incluirme en este viaje que nos hemos propuesto realizar @ivan_villarr
Inicio de semana... #SiSoyCursiYQué 🤣 #couples#goals#planes#instalove#picoftheday#moments#enjoy#monday#mondaymotivation#love#dreams
How many of you have been on one of these mutants? An MV-22 Osprey lands aboard the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS New York during routine flight deck operations in the Mediterranean Sea.
photo by Cpl. Juan A. Soto-Delgado
- WRENS Touring Quebec 🇨🇦 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
WRNS officers are shown the sights of Quebec by a member of the Canadian Mounted Police Force after the first Quebec Conference, 23 August 1943. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service (WRCNS or "Wrens") was an element of the Royal Canadian Navy that was active during the Second World War and post-war as part of the Royal Canadian Naval Reserve until unification in 1968. The WRCNS was in operation from October 1942 to August 1946. The WRCNS was modelled on the Women's Royal Naval Service, which had been active during the First World War and then revived in 1939. The Royal Canadian Navy was slow to create a women's service, only establishing the WRCNS in July 1942, nearly a year after the Canadian Women's Army Corps and the Royal Canadian Air Force Women's Division. By the end of the war however nearly 7,000 women had served with the WRCNS in 39 trades.
Photo Credit: @imperialwarmuseums ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
224 Days ago, this was hard to envision. Persistence, hard work, lackluster social life and lots of stress. I can’t believe I used to tell my mom that I never wanted to fly. I was missing out on something spectacular. I’m finally where I’m meant to be and it feels incredible. One landing closer to the job of a lifetime. I have to give a huge thanks to my first instructor Josh, for getting all of this started and Jolan for pulling a lot of strings for me so that I could fly as much as possible. Huge thanks to Brandon for getting me through FOUR ratings and keeping me laughing through all of them. Justin, for getting us through CFI school. Stewart for just whole heartedly believing in my success and ability and picking me up after I was really put down. My incredibly patient and loving boyfriend, Chuck, who believes in this dream just as much as I do. Last but certainly not least, my mother. For supporting and inspiring this dream. I wouldn’t be able to do this without you. Thank you for cheering me on and for encouraging me to “keep plugging along” even when I didn’t want to hear it. Having you through this process made it so special. Shout out to ATP for a fast track program that is no joke but well worth it. Officially a CFII! Here’s to the future! Dilly Dilly!