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Should I go for a walk?

It’s cold, but no ice that I can see.

I haven’t been outside for, well, I haven’t been outside this year!

Christ, I thought I was getting bad last year.

I’m going outside, I might be some time.

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Does anyone know any good aesthetic blogs or resources I can follow or look at?

Would love to be able to reblog stuff to get across how i see my muses in my head. Especially my OCs.

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It’s stopped raining (for now)

Going to walk to the local Tesco, need bread and a couple of sundry other items.

Might see if there’s anything on sale.

You guys OK?

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it’s my fault, i shouldn’t have pushed.

just going to log off for a while.

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the fields at the end of my street


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Listening to my dad and sister talking about conspiracy theories about covid is literally making me lose brain cells I'mma head out

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Random walk picture in may…

Never saw so many people taking a walk as during the pandemic… Took the chance to take this pic when noone was around.

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At the local baseball field/ park. I finally went flower picking to press flowers. I should do that again before it’s time for leaves. I wasn’t feeling to good so I went for a walk with some scissors and a book, I felt a little bit better when I got home. This was also a long distance walk with my boyfriend. I really like those.

Sometimes it’s good to romanticize the little things in my own life. It doesn’t need to be aesthetic or filtered. It’s okay to get lost in the tiny things and treat them as special as they are. It’s important. All of the photos I admire online come from someone else’s moments. Sometimes I’m envious, but it’s better to get inspired to pay attention to tiny moments of my own.

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At the local baseball field/ park. I finally went flower picking to press flowers. I should do that again before it’s time for leaves. I wasn’t feeling to good so I went for a walk with some scissors and a book, I felt a little bit better when I got home. This was also a long distance walk with my boyfriend. I really like those.

Sometimes it’s good to romanticize the little things in my own life. It doesn’t need to be aesthetic or filtered. It’s okay to get lost in the tiny things and treat them as special as they are. It’s important. All of the photos I admire online come from someone else’s moments. Sometimes I’m envious, but it’s better to get inspired to pay attention to tiny moments of my own.

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This virus is doing to me what I did to myself in grad school in my twenties. A degree of isolation that is… less than healthy. Or safe. 

I am paying attention. 

Prior to the virus, I was not isolating myself in unhealthy ways. Nor was I clinging to inflated, pretend connection. I was learning, if only beginning, my way through - in and amid prospects for and tiny-step realizations of measured connection. I was an am noticing and giving it my attention when I am inclined to invent connection for the purpose of clinging to it. I am noticing when (and when I have in the past) I reject real connection available to me because it is threatening and I know I do not know how. 

I am not talking mostly about romance, I am talking about connection. My capacity for and engagement in honest human connection, authentic not performed. All kinds of connection a range and variety, transforming and evolving and steadfasting. 

I am attending it all in the present moment - past now and future. Right now so much… hurts. I am learning, for love of life and myself and the deep desire to share and make more love with others.

I am so lonely. Yes. Because of my choices and my circumstances and just… the way it is. Dumb luck, I guess. 

I trust, somehow, it won’t always be this way. At any rate, I am paying attention. I will not quit. 

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we walked down to the river today and saw lots of ripening blackberries that will be ready to eat soon :)

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