El papayote restaurant.

August celebration of my mother’s birthday. She was born in El Salvador and has been living in the U.S for over 45 years. In honor of her country we ate Salvadorian style food. A local favorite in the heart of South Central Los Angeles. The location was filled with modern style art with a touch of the Salvadorian culture. The food was really good. I myself am very critical of restaurants that make food from El Salvador, not all locations can carry the same flavors. I will consider eating here soon sometime again.

Cristina J

7 seas coconut soup 🍲.

False light

Its appeal and humility seemed like light bearing fountains that I could emerse my whole soul into. It was a false light that only hid secrets barricaded beneath sweet appeal. I learned to remove the blockages which I once deemed as amazement, once I dug I entered darkness, corruption, and deficiency. Once it was gone forever into a past wish, I found a self analysis of knowing I hold the power to my majestic ray of resources not anyone else. I export my own resilience into my colorful paradise. –Cristina Jimenez