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Because writing is the type of escape I've been looking for…

Unplanned moments are not always better than planned ones

A dog’s tale, my dog’s tale

Going into a long distance relationship

When we have to let things go…

“The more something upsets you, the more it is meant for you. When it no longer upsets you, it is no longer needed because the lesson is complete.” by Bryant McGill.

Continue reading “When we have to let things go…”

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Defining Happiness

Someone who I recently met asked me while we were talking about our careers if I was happy, I was about to say ‘yes’. But in that moment I got lost in my thoughts and I started asking myself about happiness.

What is happiness? Continue reading “Defining Happiness”

“Teacher’s Pet”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Teacher’s Pet.”

Tell us about a teacher who had a real impact on your life, either for the better or the worse. How is your life different today because of him or her? 

When I read the task given by The Daily Post I could only remember a moment in my life that took place last year, while I was doing my first year at University. Continue reading ““Teacher’s Pet””

Blue Butterfly

811217__the-beauty-of-the-morpho-butterfly_pOver the last two nights I’ve been dreaming the same thing and it was quite simple, but I felt so relaxed and the sensation was unexplained. Continue reading “Blue Butterfly”

Weekly Photo Challenge: “converge”

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Converge.”

OLCHLT (141) What you see in the picture is the inside of one of the most luxurious and important cemeteries from Buenos Aires.

It was built in 1822 as the first public cemetery in the city. Designed by the French engineer Prospero Catelin. In the late nineteenth century, it become in one of the favorite necropolis of the wealthier families, after they began moving to this area of the City.

Among those buried in the Cementerio de la Recoleta are found political leaders, presidents of Argentina, writers, Nobel Prizes, sportsmen and businessmen.


Weekly Photo Challenge: “Express Yourself”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Express Yourself.”

I took this picture while I was in Rome. Here I was at the Trevi Fountain.

I picked up this particular photo because this ladies seemed to know to each other for a long time ago, and it reminded me that true friendship does exist. They were fool of joy and I remember it called me the attention they look alike.

And to end I really want to get to that age and in the same way they are in this picture: ENJOYING LIFE!

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