The Pacific Ocean // Here’s the thing. I love photography, writing, filming, bullet journaling, I love it all. I also love a good platform where I can share my ideas, my thoughts, and my perspectives. I knew if I started a blog, no one reads these days, so that’d be useless, and I’d never keep up with it. With all the changes going through the internet platforms, and ideas forming in my head, those ideas itching to come to life, I’m still trying to figure out who I am, and ultimately, what I want to do. Knowing me, I want to do it all, well, at least try. So I’m taking that step with this photoblog and shaking things up. I still plan to post my photography and stories, but I want it to be more than that. So, welcome back to my blog, my brain. •
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“You don’t have to sit outside in the dark. If, however, you want to look at the stars, you will find that darkness is necessary. But the stars neither require nor demand it.” –Annie Dillard
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The Tale of Giantess Taylor Swift:
Taylor woke up early in the morning because she had a busy day, she went jogging on the highways of the city, then she decided to visit the beach because it would be really fun. Giantess Taylor had a lot of fun swimming in the ocean, but then she realized that she spent much more time in the clear blue water than she intended to, it was 3:46 PM, and she needed to hurry up because she had a concert that started at 7 PM. So, Giantess Taylor ran swiftly through the streets of the city to the concert venue, then she put on an electrifying performance for over fifty-five thousand spectators! The night was really awesome and she decided to end the show by dancing her way out of the venue, so she did. That day was really wonderful and Taylor loved it so much. The End.