As for where I find my pictures, it always depends! I typically come across the most beautiful pictures on some random site I discovered while surfing the web, but then there are those sites I mentioned above that will post new wonderful pictures daily so it’s always a treat whenever I view their blogs.
It’s already April!! I can’t even believe how time has flown by. Where did these last few months go?! Craziness. That’s what LA will do to ya, you wake up bright and early, ready for what the future holds and just a moment later, could hardly believe the day is already over.
But something amazing happened a day and a half ago that made me realize life is too short to dread over how time is flying by. An incredible epiphany is what happened. It was one of those moments only prophets seem to experience, but no, so did I. Never have I had such a cathartic release. All my recent misfortunes, confusions and impurities? Gone. Once discharged from my system, the well missed but overwhelming gush of clarity shoved itself back in. My head was finally set perfectly to where it was needed before and I felt so awake, ecstatic, indescribably magical.
I was free for the first time in months.
This, of course, comes down to thanking one exceptional woman who probably doesn’t even know I have a blog, or for that matter, am writing about her and will undoubtedly be going about her days without even realizing she has a new avid admirer. But no matter, I really can’t thank her enough. She has done wonders.
So what did this woman do, you ask? Well she smacked me across the face. No, not literally, but it sure felt real. That painful sting led me to an understanding of why it’s all gone by so quickly. Why I hadn’t truly appreciated the importance of self. It was as if this block of entitlement hindered all my point of views. There was no love for process, or involvement; no appreciation, no patience, just false humility.
But this has all changed, you see, because the underlying sense of self is still apparent. Maybe a bit disguised from being ignored for too long, but it’s still there. And once carbonated, anything is possible. Anything.
Also, I’ve found that worrying about things I don’t have any control over just buries me into this big black hole with no way out. And I promise you, from experience, no one wants to be stuck in there. There’s no point; you can’t see anything and it’s just way too time consuming. Everything is a process, which is probably the most important thing I have to recognize and accept. And I have been! Most of the time :)
So like they all say, no time like the present! Let’s challenge ourselves and make this one unforgettable day! Sound good?!
tell me all three! who do you aspire to be like? who do you relate to? and who do you think you look like? you tell first, then i'll tell ;)
As far as success, the Olsen twins. Hands down. I consider them to be the two of the strongest and most influential fashion icons in the world. They are one of the very few celebrities who have ingeniously used their fame to their own advantage. That’s what I believe sets them apart from the rest of the Hollywood crowd. And of course their individual style and incredible talent and business mindset, of course! These girls took control of their company that was built on their earnings in TV and movies on their eighteenth birthday. Now, the company has had retail sales over $1 billion. I mean come on, who wouldn’t aspire to someone like that?!
It’s a bit difficult to say which celebrity I relate to, because I honestly don’t know them personally… but who I look like?! I don’t know!! I’ve gotten a mix of Brooke Shields’ eyebrows, Mariel Hemingway’s cheekbones and Diana Rigg’s eyes? haha I guess a mixture of sorts.