Maybe, life isn't meant to be taken so seriously. Some of the best times you have is when you start your sentences with "fuck it." . . . . . . . .
Check out this sweet road on the west side at 6am. I've never seen the Okanagan so green. (PS. This is a shitty phone teaser for the much more professional looking drone shot from @shawntalbotphotography )
Just launched a photography business, along with my skincare/makeup business, and I’m booking photo sessions now!! I also can do your makeup for the photos!! Message me for a slot! Shown here is my daughter and son-in-law, celebrating their wedding anniversary ❤️
I love her very much. I have never not loved her. I 100% want to spend the rest of my life with her. But honestly from proposal onward we’ve had struggles and many complications. Planning the wedding was stressful and we had many disagreements during that process. •
After getting married we moved in together for the first time. When you live together there’s a lot more of your partners needs and wants that you have to consider and I think neither of us has figured that out yet. •
We struggle, we argue, we fuss and we fight. In marriage you have many opportunities to be the bigger person but a lot of times you don’t want to be. That’s what we’re learning as a young married couple, its okay for you to swallow your pride and be the one to apologize, be the one to love. And no matter what we go through, it’s still forever. This is forever.
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I’ve always had this intrinsic desire to have a niche person. One person I can allocate all my energy towards but also a niche group of people that I can consistently count on to hang out with. A lot of college was like that, searching for these people. Many times I thought I’d found that group but the turnover rate of those friends was astronomically high. •
But why am I externalizing my own satisfaction and happiness in other human beings? Even as I ask that I become aware of how isolating that thought is. It’s a catch 22 where you’re constantly playing this cognitive dissonance game of wanting to be self sufficient but realizing as a person you have needs and you have to have human interaction. It’s a constant battle of trying to satisfy that need to be loved and the independence I want externally out of my life and myself. •
It’s a cycle. And the more I avoid having those difficult conversations with myself the more the cycle continues. At times I run away, make myself extremely busy and overly available. Avoid addressing the reasons why I feel the need to have every moment of my time portioned out for something when I could sit and be still. It’s a fast route to lose your identity in people. •
Sometimes to find your true self you need to be by yourself. There are times you need to be okay with doing nothing, be okay with saying no. Recognize that people who come into your life define moments and periods of your life that you’ve let them define but they don’t define who you are entirely as a person.