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Last Login:
October 13th, 2019

Gender: Male
Status: Single
Age: 48
Country: Spain

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June 17, 2015


07/10/2019 07:57 PM 

Bragging Rights and the name de la Vega now belongs to my alliance published story.
Current mood:  amused

I am officially publishing both alliance story and the name de la Vega belongs to both stories and FINALLY LOS Line of Sight Group get off both my published stories no excuses why you won't leave because the tags are not welcome in my story. Both novels will be located on the website still needs writers and a Co-Writer for both sides of the alliance.

New World Order

New Hope

06/04/2019 05:11 PM 

Writer Wanted......
Current mood:  determined

I need a mature writer only message if interest @ Leonor Lasso de la Vega and much thank for mature writers only.

03/08/2019 01:35 PM 

House de la Vega-{ The Real Family List}
Current mood:  confident

De la Vega is a surname in the Spanish language, most of its bearers belonging to the nobility. It means "of the meadow" and may refer to:

Family Tree

Garci Lasso de la Vega I, Cantabrian noble who was executed by Alfonso XI of Castile in 1326

Garci Lasso de la Vega II, Cantabrian noble who was assassinated by Peter of Castile in 1351

Garci Lasso Ruiz de la Vega, Cantabrian noble who was killed at the Battle of Nájera, 1340–1367

Leonor Lasso de la Vega, (1367–1432) Cantabrian noblewoman,

Garcilaso de la Vega (poet) (1501–1536), Spanish noble poet and soldier

Garcilaso de la Vega (chronicler) (1539–1616), Peruvian noble poet and writer

Gabriel Lobo Lasso de la Vega (1558–1615), Spanish epic poet, playwright and historian

Francisco Laso de la Vega (1568–1640), Spanish soldier and governor of Chile 1629–1639

Luis Laso de la Vega (c.1622–?), Mexican author, priest and lawyer

Melchor Portocarrero y Lasso de la Vega, 3rd conde de Monclova (1636–1705), viceroy of New Spain 1686–1688

Joseph de la Vega (c. 1650–1692), Spanish merchant, poet, and philanthropist, later moved to Amsterdam

Francisco Cajigal de la Vega (c. 1715–?), Spanish governor of Cuba

Rómulo Díaz de la Vega (c. 1800–1877), an interim president of Mexico in 1855

Daniel de la Vega (poet) (1892–1971), Chilean poet and playwright

José Tadeo Mancheño y Laso de la Vega, (1784–1855) Chilean political figure

Luis Ignacio de la Vega (c. 1914–?), Mexican Olympic basketball player

Oscar Unzaga de la Vega (1916–1959), a Bolivian socialist politician

Jorge de la Vega (1930–1971), an Argentine painter

Sabas Pretelt de la Vega (b. 1946), Colombian minister of the Interior and Justice

María Teresa Fernández de la Vega (b. 1949), Spanish Socialist Workers Party politician and former Minister.

Ralph de la Vega (b. 1951), the Chief Operating Officer of Cingular Wireless

Jacqueline de la Vega (b. 1960), Mexican TV show host in Spain and former model

Florencia de la Vega (b. 1976), Argentine transvestite actress and former magazine editor, known as Florencia De La V

Guadalupe Arizpe de la Vega, Mexican humanitarian

James De La Vega, NYC artist philosopher

Cynthia de la Vega (b. 1991), Mexican model and beauty pageant titleholder.

03/08/2019 11:01 AM 

A soldier's story
Current mood:  adventurous

Garcilaso de la Vega as a young man joined the spanish army and he was educated as well  he was able to master five languages which are Spanish, Greek,  Latin,  Italian and French. He was a very good writer which he wrote poems when he was free doing nothing at all well not serving in the army that is.  He has seen many battles and campaigns as well. Garcilaso has seen a few women and some has given birth for him children  one by his lover which had one child and his marriage six children and had few more children by another woman.  He still serves in the spanish army while he now serves King Philip III of Spain and when the king needs him to serve he would.  At some point he decides to sell his poems for others to read which made him good money. Now he remains single as he keeps himself busy and hasn't seen any of his children after they all grew up. Today he still serves the army when needed plus he still writes his poetry for the public since everyone in Spain loves to read his poetry while supporting him fully for his beautiful poems. 

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