Hazy Portraits, Self-Acceptance and Some Post-Cards

When I was in my 20’s, I would shop recklessly, go to pubs for lunch and order for dinner. I would run around in my heels for hours and the feet never complained. The shorter the dresses, the sexier. Somehow, everything I tried, fit me so well. Every color, every design, every shape. Everything looked awesome.

Fast-forward to my 30’s, I live most of my days in pajamas or a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. When I had to decide on my shoes, I chose just a pair of high heels along with 7 pairs of flat shoes. I haven’t even checked how many dresses are here with me, leave alone the idea of wearing one. And yes, I cook most of my meals. Things change without even realizing it.

The thing is, it becomes so much easier if we could just let go of the things that don’t suit our personality anymore. While packing for my trip, I realized I had so many pieces of clothing hanging in my closet that I never wore and probably never would. I guess I wasn’t ready to let go of that wonderful time of my life when experimenting with clothes was a way lot easier than it is now. Now, it’s comfort and happiness over everything else.

Part 2: The place close to my heart <3

This location is important to me and I thought I should capture some pictures here. It is a park located close to where I live, and this is my go-to place in most of my free time. I love how this place is so quiet and also the thickness of the grass here. Walking barefooted, it feels like walking on a carpet, so soft and cushiony. I felt like I should keep this place in my blog as a reminder of the good days lived here.

Talk to you soon,

Shanta

 

 

 

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