/

lalobalocaart:

Once upon a time there was a piece of land in Chinatown Los Angeles that was taken care by volunteers and plants were grown according to Tongva tradition and with Tongva elders permission. People were invited to come, bring their friends and family and learn how to seed, used medicine, weed and learn how to better interact with the world around us. A lot of us were really happy there, we felt protected and full. There was a circle of tall cempansuchils growing around the ceremonial center where we sat around the fire and we camped under the stars. The downtown sky line could be seen at all hours and this garden was the only place in the city that felt free. Once upon a time this magical place got destroyed, its flora and fauna stamped on and its animals displaced. The end. Well maybe, I still hope the seeds make it up again but till the plants take over I still will miss it.

La Loba Loca

1,416 notes
October 20th
whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Chin up, soldier on.

whiskeyandmisanthropy:

Chin up, soldier on.

20,640 notes
October 16th
3,374 notes
October 16th
24,902 notes
October 12th
1 note
October 7th
4,955 notes
October 7th
552 notes
October 7th
fymexicanfood:

Conchas
3 notes
October 7th
Going to take a break from Netflix.
Doodle in my brand new Frida notebook and listen to Jonti.

Going to take a break from Netflix.
Doodle in my brand new Frida notebook and listen to Jonti.

1 note
October 6th
443 notes
October 5th
keepitglassy:

💜