On the end of the day, I just want to be proud of the person I have become. I want to proud of the love I gave - of the way in which I risked my heart despite the things it has been through. I want to be proud of the effort I showed those I cared about, I want to know with a ruthless certainty that I showed up as much as I could, that I made people feel seen, that I made those around me feel less alone in this chaotic world. I want to be proud of my life - of the way I healed, of the way I made a mistakes and learn from them, of the way I felt everything even when it wasn't convenient or comfortable. I want to be proud of I grew, of the way I let go, of the way I pushed myself to be a better person. At the end of the day, I just want to be able to say without hesitation that I lived my life, that I didn't just take a back seat to my fear, or to my flaws, or to whatever hardship came my way. I want to be able to say that I'm proud of the way I survived. I want to be able to say that I didn't take one day for granted, that I truly gave it my all. 📸@for.a.walk
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always worn glasses or contacts. I’ve never known what it is like to wake up in the morning and simply see. The past 3 weeks of no contacts/vision leading up to my surgery have been challenging. I’m used to being on the go, being independent and living my life. And while I had moments of anxiety, melt downs, nervousness.... I’ve learned a lot of lessons of patience, not taking things for granted, and to find the beauty in other forms of senses. I’ll be sharing his full journey soon. ❤️ || #myjourney#livethelittlethings
After thunder, lighting and rain there comes the sun. Morning blessings on Koh Rong Sanloem. I don’t need nothing more than this #mypersonalparadise
Pictured here is the Royal Exhibition Building - the oldest surviving operational exhibition hall from the Great Exhibition era. This place holds the title for the first World Heritage listed building in Australia. Sadly, the building was closed to the public while I was in town, so I didn’t get to see the inside beyond a peek through the glass doors around the back. Next time!
Zooming around on a glass slide dangling off of a skyscraper 1,000 feet above LA at sunset is pretty daring... But I told myself to do more exciting things in 2018 & I'd say that I'm off to a pretty good start. 🌇
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