Quisiera ganar el Galaxy Note 9 porque me ayudaría mucho en mis estudios ya que no poseo con un móvil de tan alta gama que en la sociedad en la que vivimos se hace muy indispensable tener, para mi sería tomar fotos, y dibujar ya que son mis hobbies 🖍🖌📱📸 y un sin número de cosas que se pueden hacer con este celular. 😭📱
Sus nuevas características son innovadoras y eficientes para mis necesidades, me brinda amplio espacio de almacenamiento, excelente cámara, hardware y software, seguridad informática, hermoso diseño.
Gracias @Samsunglatin por brindar esta hermosa oportunidad de ganar el Samsung Galaxy Note 9 en Ecuador 🇪🇨❤ #Note9Ecuador 💖
Today I #celebrate my 29th #birthday! Not everyone is given such a #blessing and for that I am grateful. As a new #chapter in my #journey unveils itself, I think back to all the #beautiful moments that have made this past year so memorable. Love is the one thing that cannot be bought and what a blessing to be gifted with so much of it in my life from family and friends.
Many new #adventures await me this year. I feel my future holds great #opportunities. Remember, we hold within us the #power to make it everything we want it to be. If you #embrace each moment and courageously pursue the #life you want, love and light will guide you and you will see your star rise higher than you ever imagined possible. #Happiness is yours for the taking. It’s your life, and yours to live. So live it! Don’t obsess over what you don’t have or what you can’t do. Always remember you are enough.
On this special day I want to THANK YOU all for being a part of my life; for your kind words, friendship and encouragement. I am grateful to all of you for opening your hearts and lives to me each day. I am truly humbled. So #cheers to another great birthday and to enjoying all the moments. In the end, they are what life is made of and what an awesome life it is!
from @ww2nowandthen - Edwin “Doc” Pepping was born on July 4, 1922, American National Day, in Alhambra, California.
He volunteered to join the airborne troops and was incorporated into the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) of the 101st US Airborne Division. His baisc training began in Toccoa, Georgia, where he obtained his wings. Integrated in the Easy Company, he is trained as a medic. Deployed with his entire unit in Britain to prepare for the assault on German positions in Europe, he participated in Operation Overlord by being dropped over the drop zone “C” in the Cotentin Peninsula in the early hours of June 6, 1944.
His reception on the ground is violent: three of his vertebrae move on impact. Having not been parachuted in the right place, he joined Angoville-au-Plain where he participated in helping the many injured soldiers on both sides, along with other medics. On June 7, Edwin “Doc” Pepping took part in the fighting in the direction of Saint-Côme-du-Mont and tried to provide first aid to Colonel William L. Turner, commanding the 1st Battalion of the 506th PIR, wounded in the face by the bullet of a German sniper. But the officer, seriously wounded, dies even before Edwin reaches him.
Engaged until June 12 in the hard fighting of the Carentan sector, he is hit by shrapnel and must be evacuated: first to a field hospital in the area of Sainte-Mère-Eglise, then back to England.
Because of his medical problems, he leaves the company before the regiment’s engagement in Operation Market-Garden, Holland. He died on September 5th, 2018.
My dear body:
You start to tolerate food again
You laughed again until you cried
The scars and bruises will take time to go
You are so strong.. Forgive my mistakes
Forgive me for taking you to the limit
You are art
Pure and invincible art