Wildfire Curls
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bookendsanddaisies:

Photography: Jen Rodriguez

You abandoned me, like everybody else I’ve ever loved.

Just when I needed you most.

vacataire:

I don’t like having a lot of feelings

I think I love him, but I also think that you can love people who aren’t good for you.
- Augusten Burroughs, Dry (via larmoyante)

I met the most incredible woman today. I don’t even know how to describe her. It was like meeting my best friend or close cousin from a past life.

We talked about my generation and our hopes and fears about the future. We talked politics, culture, spirituality, religion, and our pasts. Even though we are decades apart in age, there was a strange sort of kinship.

I think what bonded us was how our lives were intertwined with tragedy. She has a severe case of MS that is labeled as ‘incurable’. If radical stem cell treatment doesn’t work, this will eventually kill her. And I’ve seen enough people go through the process of dying to be comfortable with her situation.

But it went deeper than that. I really like we could talk straight, without bullshit. I don’t think we engaged in small talk once. It’s the most engaged I’ve been in a conversation for a very long time.

The craziest part is that there are many occasions which should have lead me to miss the party in which I met her. I wasn’t supposed to be in California at all this week, and I wasn’t even gonna go to the party because I was too tired and no one my age was supposed to be there. Yet, my parents convinced me to join them.

Like I said, everything happens for a reason.

phe-nomenal:

Ralph & Russo Fall 2014 Haute Couture
so-personal:

everything personal♡
maddieonthings:

Full moon 🌕

zebeau:

what if every piece of clothing you liked or reblogged suddenly appeared in your closet

I didn’t exactly expect to be getting on a plane today. I bought my ticket just three days ago. Yet, here I am.

Nobody came running after me in the airport, like those stereotypical cliche rom-coms. Absolutely nothing spectacular happened. Just an ordinary flight.

Yet, stepping on that plane, something inside me changed profoundly. I know I’ve been gifted with a new beginning. I don’t know what it will be, but I have this strange sense of calmness about this new life.

Everything happens for a reason.