Friday, July 8, 2011

From within

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I have been trying to make time for solitude. To tuck myself away from the world for a moment and enjoy the simple things. To renew an appreciation for the often-ignored, the often-neglected. It is a nice feeling, albeit scary at times, to feel so grounded and centered, to have such sensible thoughts. I think mental maturity is finally hitting me.

But, I don't think I am ready to think like an adult.

I want to keep believing in Santa.

23 comments:

  1. Your blog is amazing! I really like the pictures.
    Kisses!

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  2. that is such a beautiful passage, and the picture is too x

    x Camilla

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  3. Aw, what a brilliant photo, that cat looks adorable :D

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  4. such a nostalgic message and photo

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  5. Beautiful post. Sometimes the best thing anyone can do, young or old, is to take time out of a busy day for themselves. (:

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  6. This picture is amazing, i love the light.

    xox, m.

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  7. Such a sweet, serene picture to match your reflections. I prefer to be a kid, too.

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  8. KITTY <3 : )

    People are really growing up too fast today...I wish everyone could just find the time to slow down.

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  9. I like what you wrote because that is what a lot of people would think in their mind as well... :)

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  10. I think we all have moments like those - no matter the age.

    You have such a beautiful blog.

    Have a lovely weekend,

    Nina x

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  11. Oh gosh, your blog is amazing. I hope you continue blogging because I find it quite enjoyable!

    I also browsed your portfolio, love your work!

    Thanks for the follow!

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  12. Beautiful post! I never want to grow up - I don't want to have any adult responsibilities, none of us do though, right? I too want to still believe in Santa ;)

    xo katie elizabeth
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  13. I love your blog and the photo in this post is amazing.
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  14. Cute pic!

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  15. Mental maturity doesn't mean you have to stop believing in Santa :)

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  16. aw, i'm with you on that. i don't want to grow up!

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  17. love this post, beautifully written. xx

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  18. loved this...
    beautiful ♥
    reminds me of this quote by Margaret Atwood "Another belief of mine; that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise."

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  19. Such a lovely thought...and I am completely with you on it. Your photos are so serene and breathtaking. I am in awe scrolling down through your blog, taking in all the beautiful images. Thanks so much for your sweet comment. I'm following you now too:)

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  20. Amazing picture! sun-kissed, serene and beautiful.

    I think we all need time for ourselves, to get away from the stressfulness of everyday life and just look inward and ground ourselves.

    You can think maturely without losing that childlike spark of life. that's what i try to live by! :)

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  21. I love the feeling of solitude you've captured in this photo. I know you spoke of it in your post, but it's even more special when the intended emotion comes through without need of explanation.

    Lovely blog, dear.

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