I'm Chingo. I love Jesus. I'm Nigerian and Proud. I love music. I sing and play the piano. This blog is Random... But it will make you smile!
Posts I Like
Who I Follow


Regarding Ascending Mount Monroe

New Hampshire

(via fuckyeahlandscapes)


5 World Biggest Holes Created By Human and Nature

(via gifsboom)


"Don’t touch the corn"
via @jeremyweate


"Don’t touch the corn"

via @jeremyweate


Out of this world | Blue Pond, Hokkaido, Japan

(via intothegreatunknown)

(via 4gifs)


Maestra: This brief and engaging documentary tells the story of 100,000 Cuban teenagers, most of them girls, who participated in Cuba’s 1961 literacy campaign.

Historical footage and current-day interviews bring the campaign to life. Most compelling to U.S. students will be the stories of the girls themselves, many of them middle school age, who left their families to take on major responsibilities far away.

Fifty years later, the brigadistas reminisce about the independence and self-confidence they gained from the great adventure and the trust the country placed in them—in one year, they taught more than 700,000 people to read and write!

Now available from Women Make Movies: 

Photo: Norma and Daysi Guillard, 1961. (Norma Guillard is featured in the film.)

Via Zinn Education Project

(via dynamicafrica)


Me on Mondays