Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sao Paulo, Brazil
I'm Nathanna. I am a Brazilian girl who loves to draw and make pretty things. I think art is in my blood. After all, "Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest forms", once said Sherlock Holmes. I also love to read. Maybe a bit too much. Well, one can say that there is no such thing as too much love for reading.
Furthermore, I love learning new languages, because Ifirmly believe that one of Humanity's biggest problems is the lack of the ability to communicate and, even more important, to listen.
What else? Oh, cinema. The Seventh Art has pretty much defined my life in numerous occasions. I grew up wishing I could study in Hogwarts. Then I wanted to personally take the One Ring to Mount Doom and make sure that everything that is green and beautiful in this world would be safe from the shadows of Mordor. Sometimes I'm sassy like Holly Golightly, singing Moon River by my window. Other times I feel like the Dark Knight, on the rooftops, waiting for a chance to fight crime and injustice. I love superhero movies maybe as much I love Sleeping Beauty, The Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella. And TV shows...my gosh, how I love them (BBC is my one true love, by the way). I love animals. Birds, cats, dogs, owls, horses, hippogriffs (ha!), you name it.
Traveling...what can I say about it? Well, I just wish I could spend the rest of my days visiting every corner of the world, every monument, every museum, every bookshop, every restaurant, every pub (why not?). I love São Paulo. It's the one and only "terra da garoa". And Iabsolutely love Brasil. There's no country in the planet like Brasil. Believe me, there is not.
But I must confess that I love England. So much. Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Tolkien are just the tip of the iceberg. London lives in my heart. I love the red buses and black cabs. I love fish and chips,I love James Bond, I love Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart's friendship.
Oh, I forgot to emphasize my girly admiration for dresses, shoes and polka dot patterns.
Yep, that sums it up.