My name is Marcela. I am 24 years old with a hot body. Imagine a tall, busty woman with enchanting legs and curves to match. I adore men, and they cherish me, and I am not hesitant to show that, I am exceptionally spontaneous. I always have a longing to satisfy the man I am with, to keep him every happy and longing for more. Likewise, I am exceptionally passionate and sentimental and there is an exotically feminine side to me which makes me irresistible. My fun-loving nature, easygoing attitude, and ladylike sensibilities are some of my incredible qualities that most people appreciate. Marcela is the beach girl wherever she goes. Escort Montréal & Montréal Escorts. In the middle of a Montréal winter, she is somehow still the beach girl. She is like one of those California girls that have been up playing in the mountains and have come home to the 100-degree weather. There is nothing that does not scream fun in the sand about this girl. From the moment that you meet her, she will be the girl of your dreams. Whether it is beach bunny time of year or snow bunny, this is the girl that will make it happen.
“I’m a fun-loving girl, to be sure,” Marcela says. “I think that in life, you get only so many opportunities to do the things you have always wanted to do. That means that when an opportunity presents itself, you’ve got to take it. You can’t let doubt or fear hold you back. And you can’t afford to hesitate. One of my favorite sayings is, ‘he who hesitates is lost.’ We have to be decisive because life doesn’t care if we get in on the opportunities we want, or not. It just is. Time passes whether we waste it or whether we have fun or whether we are productive. I think everyone should really stop and think, seriously, about what they want to accomplish in life. If you’re not happy, why aren’t you? You have to figure it out. You have to seize it and do it.” Marcela continues, “There’s a riddle going around that I’ve heard before. If you were to be told you had only one week to live, how would you spend that week? What would you do with each of the days of that week? The perfectly happy person would spend it doing exactly what they are doing now. But someone who is unhappy, who would suddenly make changes, should really stop and ask himself or herself why those changes can’t be made now. You’re only going to live for so long. Why spend it being miserable? Why tolerate ever being unhappy if you have the power to change it?” Marcela concludes, “We’re all the captains of our souls. We’re all the masters of our fates. You’ve got to realize early in life that you’re in charge. After all, if you don’t control you and your life, who does? I refuse to live as a slave.”