PORTUGAL, Portugal — It’s the kind of place where it feels like you’re being watched, but it’s not.
You can walk through this small, airy space in a dusty, rainy city center and feel completely safe.
It’s the space where the people in this place know themselves better than anyone else.
The tiny little shop in Lisbon, Portugal, is called Lumi, and it’s filled with everything from handmade candles and jewelry to home-made art and books.
The store is packed full of people.
You can’t miss them.
It was one of those moments, one that I will never forget, when I walked into Lumi and saw the faces of my fellow craft workers, the craftmakers.
It was the moment that I understood what I love about craft, what makes it so special.
This is a story of love and a love of art.
It’s a story about being a craft worker, a story that captures the beauty and wonder of this world and the art we make with it.
Craft and craft-making have a long history in Portugal.
In fact, one of the reasons why Portugal is known as the craft country is because the country has been a hub for these crafts.
In the past, Portuguese craftspeople have been known to build their own houses, cook their own food, and decorate their own homes.
It is an ancient tradition that has come to this country through the generations.
It started with the Portuguese settlers who settled here, the Portuguese-descended peoples of the Andes who came to the New World.
But when the Portuguese colonizers came, they also brought with them a culture and a way of life that the Portuguese people have been carrying over for centuries.
They brought a way that was unique, unique to the Portuguese and unique to their culture.
Craftsmanship is a very old tradition in Portugal, and for the Portuguese, it’s important to preserve this tradition because we’re still very much a craftsman-centered culture.
We have a very clear understanding that what’s good for us, what we love and what we want is the same.
So the art of the Portuguese is the art that we create, because we can’t do that with the traditional art of European art, the art from the Middle Ages.
We have to create our own art.
And this means that we have to start from scratch and make it from scratch, to be able to make the same kind of thing again.
The first craft workshop that we built was in Lisbon.
In 1879, we had a few of the oldest craftspeople from Portugal, who had worked in the mines.
They were all dying, and they came here to start a new life.
The Portuguese-educated craftspeople started a small workshop in Lisbon that we still use today.
They took us on a tour and told us a little about the craft.
They showed us their instruments, how to make things, what they needed for their own work, what tools they had to work with, and how to use tools to make their own things.
It started as a simple workshop, and after a few years, they opened up the workshop to other craftspeakers and they brought back their knowledge and they helped them create their own jobs.
It wasn’t until the 1970s that this small workshop got really big and the Portuguese started to become more involved in this craft.
There was a period of time when Portugal became more of a hub.
Then they came in and took away all the old crafts, the old traditions, the culture.
They started to start to move away from this old tradition and to start the modern craft.
And the modern art in Portugal is something that we’ve seen in all the places in Europe and the world.
We’ve seen the works of Pablo Picasso, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Remo Pessoa, and many others.
We see it everywhere.
This is something we see in every corner of the world, in the coffee shops, in all kinds of places that have been doing it for centuries and all kinds.
It really is a unique way of making.
We are very proud to call ourselves a craft-centered country.
We see it all around us, in every part of the city, from the coffee shop to the shop next door.
We even see it on our front door, in our window, in front of the front door.
We call ourselves the craftspeople of Lisbon.
It doesn’t mean that we make everything ourselves, that we only sell things to our friends and family.
We still sell handmade crafts to our family and friends and the local community.
The most important thing for us is that we sell our work, and that our work is beautiful.
The people who make our work and their craft are our family.
I can’t tell you how many times I have been at the shop and people say, “My father made this, and my mother made that, and so on.”