Mulata Universal

Daughter of Mother Land and the Old Continent, I now live in Quisqueya.
I am the Mulata Universal.

A glimpse of me. [A]live.
#MulataUniversal
#ClarisseAlbrecht

You recognize a beautiful day when you didn’t took enough time  to take pictures because you were busy enjoying 100% of it.
I had one of these day today. Family, friends, animals, trees and river.
Today was a good day.

You recognize a beautiful day when you didn’t took enough time to take pictures because you were busy enjoying 100% of it.
I had one of these day today. Family, friends, animals, trees and river.
Today was a good day.

I’ve got a new [ LOVE ].
Her name’s -MARA-. She caught me in her [Archaic Rapture].
Thanks @marahruby

I’ve got a new [ LOVE ].
Her name’s -MARA-. She caught me in her [Archaic Rapture].
Thanks @marahruby

Arango E

Arango E

Il fait chaud.

Il fait chaud.

GLOW
To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame.

GLOW
To shine brightly and steadily, especially without a flame.

Haitian Creole, Spanish & Russian,
Car, birds and breeze,
Kid’s laughter and Domino’s players swearwords,
I can even hear violins.
This auditive fuss is so lovely,
It might make me fill another blank page of my dear notebook.
#MulataUniversal
#PositiveButterfly
#LaVieDArtiste

Haitian Creole, Spanish & Russian,
Car, birds and breeze,
Kid’s laughter and Domino’s players swearwords,
I can even hear violins.
This auditive fuss is so lovely,
It might make me fill another blank page of my dear notebook.
#MulataUniversal
#PositiveButterfly
#LaVieDArtiste

#TogetherEverywhere

#TogetherEverywhere

Khalidah & Regina are two of a kind. They honor women through their website The Iconic GIRLS, and guess what? They just put me under their beautiful spotlight!
I’m glad they gave me that ego boost, making me one of their Iconic Girls. Check it out!
Photo by @theiconicgirls “The savvy Iconic Girl knows a thing or two about being unique and true to herself.  Need proof?  Take a peek at our newest spotlight, @ClarisseAlbrecht.  Hailing out of the Dominican Republic, this artistic singer proves that her kindred soul, bohemian style and blended music is inspiring women all across the globe (The link is in the bio). #theiconicgirls #bohemian #natural #naturalhair #bohochic #fashion” via @PhotoRepost_app

Khalidah & Regina are two of a kind. They honor women through their website The Iconic GIRLS, and guess what? They just put me under their beautiful spotlight!
I’m glad they gave me that ego boost, making me one of their Iconic Girls. Check it out!
Photo by @theiconicgirls “The savvy Iconic Girl knows a thing or two about being unique and true to herself. Need proof? Take a peek at our newest spotlight, @ClarisseAlbrecht. Hailing out of the Dominican Republic, this artistic singer proves that her kindred soul, bohemian style and blended music is inspiring women all across the globe (The link is in the bio). #theiconicgirls #bohemian #natural #naturalhair #bohochic #fashion” via @PhotoRepost_app

FORGIVENESS is the GREATEST GIFT you can make to your SOUL.
Photo by @natgeo
“Erine Nyirakarehe, a 58-year-old ethnic Tutsi, sits with former Hutu militiaman Ildephonse Twjiyezu, 33, who in 1994 led a group that burned down her family’s home with her son inside. “It was very painful to kill the boy,” says Twjiyezu, who was only 14 years old at the time. “It was like a stone in my heart.” Through the organization As We Forgive, the two were brought together for a reconciliation. “When I forgave Ildephonse, I felt like a whole person again,” says Nyirakarehe. “It made me want to forgive more people.” Please check out the latest piece on @NatGeo news, Rwanda: The Art of Remembering and Forgetting, with photos and videos by @dguttenfelder and story by @petergwin. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140407-rwanda-genocide-today-anniversary/" via @PhotoRepost_app

FORGIVENESS is the GREATEST GIFT you can make to your SOUL.
Photo by @natgeo
“Erine Nyirakarehe, a 58-year-old ethnic Tutsi, sits with former Hutu militiaman Ildephonse Twjiyezu, 33, who in 1994 led a group that burned down her family’s home with her son inside. “It was very painful to kill the boy,” says Twjiyezu, who was only 14 years old at the time. “It was like a stone in my heart.” Through the organization As We Forgive, the two were brought together for a reconciliation. “When I forgave Ildephonse, I felt like a whole person again,” says Nyirakarehe. “It made me want to forgive more people.” Please check out the latest piece on @NatGeo news, Rwanda: The Art of Remembering and Forgetting, with photos and videos by @dguttenfelder and story by @petergwin. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140407-rwanda-genocide-today-anniversary/" via @PhotoRepost_app