So, fun thing happened. My entire purse was stolen yesterday while shopping for clothes with my kids. Thankfully I noticed within minutes of my purse walking out the door (there's footage on security) so I locked everything down immediately. Today is the day of new accounts, new ID and all of that. Shame. Two young women with a little girl walked right out the door with my purse while I was busy with my kids. That's life. It's my fault for not paying attention, and it's a very hard lesson learned. I've filed a police report and have everything locked up and moved to new places. Thank goodness I noticed right away. #thief#momlife#momof2#lifelesson#watchyourstuff#peopleareshitty#thatslife#movingon#workoutanotherday
ഞാനൊരു പുതിയ മനസ്സു മെനയുന്ന തിരക്കിലാണ്. അതിനിടയിൽ കല്ലും പൊടിയും വിതറി നീ എന്തിനാണ് അത് കൂടുതൽ ഉറപ്പുള്ളതാകുന്നത്? കല്ലുപോലെ വേണമെങ്കിൽ എനിക്കത് മുന്നേ പണിയമായിരുന്നല്ലോ. അനക്കമില്ലാത്ത ഒരു പാറയല്ല എനിക്ക് വേണ്ടത്. I want a heart which feels each teardrop and every smiles of happiness. I want to feel life with all its heart beat. I want to be human. Shapinglife - Pottery classes in Sparsa Resort #chakkysjournal#bornnew#movingon#donotdisturb
I'm not one for venting on social media but I just have a few thoughts I need to put out. I accompanied them with a beautiful picture, though - so that's gotta count for something 😅
Sometimes I wonder if the friendship we had was all in my head. Were you acting all those years? Does this mean my memories are a joke? You became my sister and now I see that even sisterhood can be one sided. I believe in showing people that they are cared about and I believe in family. You were family. Until this point, I still used present tense but I'm officially letting that go. There are only so many times that you can tell someone that you are still here for them, until you eventually realize that you don't deserve to be dismissed. You broke my heart and I realize now that that's void of meaning to you, but it happened. It feels as though my sister has died, so I'll come to terms with that and send you off with a whole-hearted R.I.P. .
Gold and Glory
My father and I were experiencing the lowest low of our relationship when I made this piece. He was hellbent on me doing football, and working out at 5am before school, and there's a few other things he encouraged me to do so that I'd for his standard of the All American Boy, but that year was not the time for any of that. We were homeless twice that year and both dealing with work or school responsibilities, and in short there was no conversation where we didn't verbally attack one another on our personal shortcomings.
As a result I did a portrait of the both of us tired and indignant in the color scheme Ash and Gold to symbolize youth and aging.