No one and nothing in this world owes you anything. You owe yourself. You owe yourself to not get caught in this stream of everyday numbness. It is your duty to go out and question the falling of the leaves, the words leaders preach. It is your responsibility to experience this reality through all means possible, to soak up everything this life has to offer and work it into something beautiful and new. - L.
I think this is where I make the switch to the grayish melancholic photos of everyday Paris. I'll miss my sunshine- and palm tree filled feed, it's been a very good year and I miss mamma nature already but I'm ready to take in everything this city has to offer. It's such a privilege to be part of it and I'm sure I'll be able to find some very nice weekend escapes in France the next few months.
When your roomie isn't just able to twerk over any song but also makes for a really good model at an impromptu photo session at the laundromat between washing and drying our stuff on a sunny Sunday morning
Was trying to get hold of something Been wanting to sit down and put it all out there Been wanting to get the load off my shoulders wear my heart on my sleeve Been wanting to belong somewhere or to someone for at least a little while - L.
I'm peeling off a skin a new layer to begin Lost myself in places I've never been trying to find myself within just to find out you are not a treasure to be found you are a body of art yet to be shaped by all the experiences you make the monsters you face - L.
Rain has been following me around lately a grey cloud constantly hanging over me The cat lies curled up next to me as if it was to protect me missed phone calls unread books blinds down the same song on repeat "I am truly worried about you" the phrase echoes for days I remember cycling home from training when I was a child I would close my eyes for a few seconds and trust how I knew every inch of this street that is what the past few weeks have felt like dark but like as if some part of me knows where I'm going that growth doesn't stem from sunshine only I've come to understand again - L.
An incredible morning featuring one of the toughest girls I know. She's run a 100km race, several marathons etc. at the age of 19! Always inspiring me to push a little harder, beyond limits. We're friends since kindergarten.