While I did miss my favorite borough and all the people I love who live inside of it, I'm still getting used to the idea of hibernating through another New York City winter. Spending so much time away from the bustle and under the sun, made coming home again feel like returning to a place where nothing really changed, except me.
After two entire weeks of baking under the sun, I realized that without it, I'd arguably be Brooklyn's most sullen girl. But running after sunshine is exactly what I've spent my entire life doing.
I learned quickly the importance of not shying away from the light.
And, even though some days, feel N E V E R E N D I N G, the difference is choosing to really let loose. Maybe it all started with having Kai cut curly bangs for me, last Summer, but this type love, certainly hasn't ended there.
a drunk dial - sorry! my butt did it, not me -
the topknot that's turned into a dreadlock,
all can feel more than just a lil' messy.
Firstly, shit happens. Sometimes doing the best you can is the most powerful commitment you can make - to yourself. Not only that, but some days feel a little less like this and a lot more like waiting for the pot to just boil already. Also, you should probably know that I've spent a lot of time thinking this over and
time, it mends.
Now, back home, with some Floridian heat to spare. And, the windows aren't the only thing that I plan to leave