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Hi there! Welcome to my corner of the internets. I'm a 26 year old therapist, photographer, and shop owner currently living in Seattle, Washington. My online spaces are educational and lifestyle accounts dedicated to educating, engaging, and empowering women through digital art, home design, and travel.... with a touch of humor and personality sprinkled throughout. Stay a while!

Infatuation is the perfect camoflauge.

Monday, April 9, 2012

I'm back.

Things I liked about today:
+catching up on my journal at beans and brews
+finding a place to watch the sunset every night. also, channeling my inner kate nash
+listening to the honorary title
+my friend loving her senior photos

I've decided to do that every day. Join me if you'd like. I hear that if you list five things you are grateful for every day, then your happiness will improve greatly. It's worth a try, right?

I'm really glad L. is my friend. We have the most intellectual conversations and there is absolutely no judgement in our friendship. I'm glad V. is my friend too. I feel like it's a necessary friendship that is happening for a reason. I'm glad A. is my friend. We don't really talk much anymore, but I really like him. He's the quirkiest boy I know, and I mean that in the best way. We did the coolest things BY FAR.

I'm sad I was mean to Z. I tend to think other people will just go along with me putting friendships on hold, but I guess that's not the way it works. I miss eating Arby's in church parking lots late at night. I miss talking about how annoying all his friends are and how I was a major creep to C. I miss eating mozarella sticks and drinking Diet Coke and listening to slow jams. I miss the way we laughed at the "take this pillow right here, grab this". I should probably treat my friends better. I have something in mind. And, it will be epic.

If you know the boy who works at Beans and Brews, tell him I think he's attractive.

Also. Go buy a little notebook. One of those real little ones that you can fit in your pocket. Carry it with you and keep a list of all the idiosyncrasies you love about the people around you.

Oh. And please. Please, please, please, please, please.
Remember, it's just high school.


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