Música a la Carta Presenta: *Ensamble Pa'l Viento* en CONCIERTO.
Primer puesto: *Pipinta de Oro* en el Festival Nacional del Pasillo *2017* *Fecha:* Jueves 24 de agosto 7 p.m. - Entrada Libre
*Lugar:* @mercadodelamacarena : Calle 54 # 23-72 (a un costado de Davivienda del Triangulo)
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Organiza: *Mercado de la Macarena*, *Café Koffio*, *Zend Entertainment*
Today we celebrate 3 years my love. Looking back at our marriage with my gorgeous Filipina goddess, I reflect on some things. Being married to my best friend has literally been the greatest joy and privilege of my entire life. Marriage is beautiful, yet so humbling. And it is by far one of the most sanctifying means God uses on this side of eternity to conform us to the image His son. Quina has taught me so much. I've learned patience, forgiveness, compassion and much more. She makes me a better man and I'm so thankful for her. We're not perfect, just two imperfect people God has joined together to teach us about His unconditional love and grace. Here's to many more years! Te amo mi amor y Feliz Aniversario! || shot x @savannahlaurenphoto
So, I got my #ancestrydna results today! I knew there'd be a mix of African, spanish, and native american. I am surprised that my spanish/Iberian peninsula is so low I thought it would be higher. I am surprised by the Italian/Greek (may explain my curly hair) I'm also 2%British! And 1% Jewish. I thought It might be higher because of my mother's surname which is sephardic.
I'm not surprised by the senegal result as the majority of slaves brought to south America were from senegal and Gambia, I also learned this when I went to a museum in Gambia a few years ago. I thought my North African would be bigger because of the moors/spanish connection and because I can pass for Moroccan/Egyptian/berber
I did not think my native american would be so high (47%) it's a shame that it's not broken down more. There's a big difference between a native American in Canada and one in colombia. It's been a good learning experience as coming from latin American/being colombian can be such a head fuck in terms of trying to work out your race and ethnicity. Effects of Colonisation and internal racism has also meant that most people try to forget their indigenous and African past, which is a real shame because despite everything, they are the ones that survived and became my ancestors. The battles they fought should not be forgotten.