Festival of Holi, India
That's amazing on so many levels... and just proves there's so much of the world for me to explore and learn. Till then, i'll be thankful for www.nationalgeographic.com.
On another note, i have obviously stopped writing here for awhile - i remember having multiple mental posts on 2012-in-hindsight, major decisions made, new year resolutions and maybe a few more random posts of words strung together just so my english standard would not be so incredibly dependent on spellcheck.
In a grand attempt to kick the annoying voice in my head - "WHO GIVES A FLYING PEACH ABOUT HOW MANY CUPS OF WATER YOU'RE DRINKING A DAY" - out and to bother writing about well... my life, I've blessedly chanced upon a quote:
Thoughts are lost, unless captured in words.
There, there. But also, had it not been for the fact that a few days back, i picked up my pen and wrote a letter in all honesty, i would have pretty much forgotten what a wonderful feeling it is to write again. Both on good ol' paper and here. It freaks me out a little, had always been over the years and still does, that by writing here I am really putting myself out there. Same goes for twitter and instagram and everywhere else, but nothing quite as vulnerable as this. Or maybe i am just over-thinking it.
But dearest wormy friend Russell sent a text assuring me on though something separate, "You can be afraid to put myself out there, but don't forget that I'm here to catch/pick you up when you fall flat." followed by crazy asterisks accompanying - "IF*****. IF YOU FALL FLAT NOT WHEN."
The world is indeed a beautiful place :')