With thanks to Jenni Chiu, for the inspiration.
At the end of the day, my kids and I like to see what google searches bring people over to this blog. The searches are always a surprise and we try to figure out what post brings "Fat bottomed mom" and "Hoarder's house" seekers to the yard.
This week, I've had a couple of "What do Spanish people look like?"" and "Are Latinas too short for ponchos?"
I don't want anyone disappointed by what they find when they land here on this blog, so the call to help these people seeking answers to their searing questions that are important enough for them to turn to google at 1 a.m. is loud and clear.
I will help you.
You want to know what Spanish people look like?
They look like this:
Blonde and blue-eyed, like my son.
or like this:
Dark haired and green-eyed, like my other son.
Sometimes, Spanish people look like this:
Dark haired, brown-eyed, olive skinned.
You can also find Spanish people with tan colored skin, and hazel eyes.
Like this son.
If you want to know what Spanish people look like, sometimes they're beautifully copper, like my cherished nephew, Tomas.
This is what we look like in a group.
So, dear "What do Spanish people look like," I sincerely hope your search here has helped you to see that Spanish people can be light, dark, in between, straight haired, curly haired, blue eyed, brown eyed.
My apologies, also, for this long winded post, when I really could have just quenched your google thirst for information regarding Spanish people with one sentence, "The women are the most beautiful in the world and the men are like Greek gods."
Now, as for "Are Latina women too short to wear ponchos?," this is a serious matter. Please google search "Are short white women too short to wear ponchos?," this should lead you to "Carnivorous Blanket: how to avoid."