Urban Native Girl

Pop-culture with an Indigenous twist.

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While in Vancouver I saw a black Bentley w/ a “Baby on Board” sign. #FutureLifeGoals

septagonstudios:

Cat Coquillette

septagonstudios:

Cat Coquillette

I can live like this.

I can live like this.

(Source: foxandflourish, via prettywild)

The decision to kiss for the first time is the most crucial in any love story. It changes the relationship of two people much more strongly than even the final surrender; because this kiss already has within it that surrender. Emil Ludwig (via writingquotes)
#regram from @bcpyt - Had a great day w/ @bcpyt shooting @rsupernault for @manitobah! (at Coffeebar Gastown)

#regram from @bcpyt - Had a great day w/ @bcpyt shooting @rsupernault for @manitobah! (at Coffeebar Gastown)

Honestly how gorgeous is @rsupernault in these @manitobah Canoe Suede moccasins? #NativeAwesome  (at Coffeebar Gastown)

Honestly how gorgeous is @rsupernault in these @manitobah Canoe Suede moccasins? #NativeAwesome (at Coffeebar Gastown)

nhude:

I wanna meet someone’s who’s going to be like ‘hey wake up I’m taking you on an adventure’.

Yup.

(via creatingaquietmind)

Do you remember the last time you met someone and immediately both wanted to spend all of your times together? It’s quite possibly the most adorable feeling.

Michelle Thrush  heads to Arctic with Greenpeace. Cree activist, performer joins Emma Thompson for Save the Arctic campaign.
"It’s better to create allies than it is to create enemies and opposition. So everything I do is always about including people to be a part of it, including this campaign that we are on right now."
My latest for CBC Aboriginal —-> http://bit.ly/MichelleThrush

Michelle Thrush  heads to Arctic with Greenpeace. Cree activist, performer joins Emma Thompson for Save the Arctic campaign.

"It’s better to create allies than it is to create enemies and opposition. So everything I do is always about including people to be a part of it, including this campaign that we are on right now."

My latest for CBC Aboriginal —-> http://bit.ly/MichelleThrush