Obviously, Louis and Eleanor have a deeper connection than we thought.I've had men read my stuff and ask me when I was going to write something for them.They would clean the tombs, making them look as good as new. And food, lots of food.“It was a party,” says Garcia, who lives in the Ahwatukee Foothills neighborhood.“Everybody in town would come to the cemetery to spend time with the dead.It boils down to this: we, as women want to feel safe; meaning, we want to feel that we can trust the guy we're seeing -- trust that he's telling us the truth, trust that he's going to be there (literally and emotionally), and trust that we are special to him. Don't flatter her with words and not follow it up with action.
It was like a celebration of life.”And, he stresses, there was never any fear."Part of our tradition in Mexico is to not be scared of death and to smile at it.
When words get popular, one of two things tends to happen, as computational linguist Tyler Schnoebelen explains: "As it gets picked up by more people, its meaning will either calcify or bleach.” That is, harden into meaning only one very specific thing, or expand to embrace a range of meanings.
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It's only been just recently that they came back to each other. Louis said, "I’m so excited to announce my single "Back To You" with Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals is out on July 21st.
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