Olá titios, meu nome é Luffy, eu sou um neném Albino que a mamãe me levou pra casa sem saber e só descobriu depois, preciso de muitos cuidados, não posso tomar sol porque machuca minha pele e tenho que usar protetor solar nas orelhas e no narizinho. Sou comilão, amo sachê, e adoro morder o pé de todo mundo (até o meu). Muita gente me acha parecido com o mingau da Magali, mas meu nome é Luffy, viu? Eu não sei exatamente quando nasci mas pelo meu tamanho e aparência, acho que vou fazer uns 4 meses, e como a mamãe me trouxe pra casa no dia 7 de Setembro, é no dia 7 que a mamãe conta minha idade!
Nesse Instagram vou postar muitas fotos minhas assim como minhas aventuras, espero que se divirtam junto comigo e com minhas fofuras!
So today I cried on the internet... and I have gone to delete the video 75000 times but haven’t. Why? Because the reason I cried is far too important.
If you saw my stories you will know that I am talking about mine and so many other families battle with our National Disability Insurance Scheme... a scheme that is nothing short of a joke. I have been inundated with messages of others who have not been approved for funding because themselves or their child aren’t disabled ‘enough’ (please read that one again for impact), haven’t had funding approved because their child doesn’t fit into a disability category or, like me, they haven’t even had an interview because they live in one of the last cities to be rolled out and there is still no partner to provide the interviews 3 1/2 months after the rollout date! Please DM me if you are one of these people and you want your story heard.
I don’t know what it was that happened today but enough is enough! When your child is diagnosed with a disability your life changes.. you change... literally. You also now don’t have the earning potential that you did before. Someone needs to be available for therapy appointments, around if they have a medical event or meltdown, available to collect them and talk them down when they’re having a bad day and you now have to pay a shitload of money for therapies and assistance.. money you can’t make anymore.. money that you don’t seem to be able to get funding for.
As educators this will impact you... maybe not right now but in a few years when families haven’t been able to afford early intervention therapy for their kids and they are coming to school with little to no skills to cope... this then impacts every child in that class.
There are too many people with the same story as me, too many families with exhausted parents who work too hard and too much, too many families choosing between food and therapies. I need this story heard. Please share this with any media, influencers, politicians, anyone! I need someone to listen to us!
I was having a pink day on Friday! 💗 I had a black and pink dress on so decided to coordinate my makeup for a night out. 💁🏼♀️
I really do love these @revolutionpro Lip Pigments at the moment. This one is Intuition and it's a really nice deep purple, almost black, that doesn't make me look ill like normal black lipstick! It takes a couple of coats to get it opaque but it lasts really well.
I swear all my makeup at the moment is revolution, but that's because they're an amazing brand and they are so affordable. 😍
Foundation/concealer - @makeuprevolution conceal and define shades F0.5 and C0.5
Eyeshadow - Mischief Mattes @revolutionpro
Eyeliner - @barrymcosmetics On Point Liner
Mascara - @collectionlove Lash Surge Waterproof Black
Highlight - lunar strobe highlighter @makeuprevolution
Brows - @revolutionpro brow pomade in Blonde
Lipstick - @revolutionpro Lip Pigment in Intuition
Face Gems - @primark
Image description: a close up selfie of Lizzie, a woman in her twenties who is looking at the camera with her head turned slightly to the right. She has blonde and pink hair with a side parting, pale skin and dark purple matte lipstick. Her eye makeup is pink with pale purple highlight on the inner corners of her eyes and thick winged eyeliner that ends in a sharp point. Her irises are an icy blue, almost grey. There are three little gems on her left cheek that are clear, then pink, then clear again. She has a stud on the left side of her nose that is a red gem]