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setfreelove

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- In California, I began a metamorphosis at the age of 18, from disorder and self harm into Life. Since then, life has indeed shown up. Holding sloths in Peru, swimming in the Amazon (not the best idea but hey! ignorance is bliss πŸ˜‚), soul awakenings in #ywam, and from there work exchanges, summer camp counseling, and most of all my first encounter with the Pacific Northwest. Scattered in there are broken hearts and bad decisions. But that's what I love about Life: she gives you lots of chances, as long as you keep wanting to stay alive...And aliveness means so many things. I felt so stranded when I first moved here. Every plan was either destroyed or rearranged--and it's been a chaotic wild ride. But Life, not my disorder and not my issues, is winning. I have, for the first time ever, a real, stable relationship. His dreams surpass my own at times, and I feel as though life has become more dreamy and less nightmarish. We're 22 and 20, getting our first apartment together, in possibly the cutest complex this side of Seattle. I wonder what the future holds. Will I revisit South America one day? Will J and I travel to Greece? Will life stay nice, for a while, or throw us some curveballs? Whatever happens...Life is extraordinary πŸ’«
- In California, I began a metamorphosis at the age of 18, from disorder and self harm into Life. Since then, life has indeed shown up. Holding sloths in Peru, swimming in the Amazon (not the best idea but hey! ignorance is bliss πŸ˜‚), soul awakenings in #ywam, and from there work exchanges, summer camp counseling, and most of all my first encounter with the Pacific Northwest. Scattered in there are broken hearts and bad decisions. But that's what I love about Life: she gives you lots of chances, as long as you keep wanting to stay alive...And aliveness means so many things. I felt so stranded when I first moved here. Every plan was either destroyed or rearranged--and it's been a chaotic wild ride. But Life, not my disorder and not my issues, is winning. I have, for the first time ever, a real, stable relationship. His dreams surpass my own at times, and I feel as though life has become more dreamy and less nightmarish. We're 22 and 20, getting our first apartment together, in possibly the cutest complex this side of Seattle. I wonder what the future holds. Will I revisit South America one day? Will J and I travel to Greece? Will life stay nice, for a while, or throw us some curveballs? Whatever happens...Life is extraordinary πŸ’«
- In California, I began a metamorphosis at the age of 18, from disorder and self harm into Life. Since then, life has indeed shown up. Holding sloths in Peru, swimming in the Amazon (not the best idea but hey! ignorance is bliss πŸ˜‚), soul awakenings in #ywam, and from there work exchanges, summer camp counseling, and most of all my first encounter with the Pacific Northwest. Scattered in there are broken hearts and bad decisions. But that's what I love about Life: she gives you lots of chances, as long as you keep wanting to stay alive...And aliveness means so many things. I felt so stranded when I first moved here. Every plan was either destroyed or rearranged--and it's been a chaotic wild ride. But Life, not my disorder and not my issues, is winning. I have, for the first time ever, a real, stable relationship. His dreams surpass my own at times, and I feel as though life has become more dreamy and less nightmarish. We're 22 and 20, getting our first apartment together, in possibly the cutest complex this side of Seattle. I wonder what the future holds. Will I revisit South America one day? Will J and I travel to Greece? Will life stay nice, for a while, or throw us some curveballs? Whatever happens...Life is extraordinary πŸ’«
- "Our apartment overlooked NorthEast Tacoma...the chipped yellow paint of the old buildings a modest facade, the walls of the one bedrooms housing teachers and medical workers and city officials and funeral directors within. Different people, owning different kinds of dogs, loving different kinds of lovers, eating different kinds of food, living different kinds of lifestyles, all waking up to that view. The silvery curve of the Dome would glimmer with the sunrise and strike a match with the sun at dusk, the city lights twinkling rhapsodically when the sky turned from Puget blue to inky night-time, and swirled her magic around the electric world and those people moving about in it, so even they forgot about owning anything at all, forgot the $995/month plus utilities, forgot the hollows in their stomachs and purple spots under their eyes and the bruises on their hearts...and saw, for a moment, nothing but their futures, as starry as the scene before them, undulating and blinking back at them." --Tacoma Upstarts (a true story) WE GOT A PLACE!!!! At last, at last.
- "Our apartment overlooked NorthEast Tacoma...the chipped yellow paint of the old buildings a modest facade, the walls of the one bedrooms housing teachers and medical workers and city officials and funeral directors within. Different people, owning different kinds of dogs, loving different kinds of lovers, eating different kinds of food, living different kinds of lifestyles, all waking up to that view. The silvery curve of the Dome would glimmer with the sunrise and strike a match with the sun at dusk, the city lights twinkling rhapsodically when the sky turned from Puget blue to inky night-time, and swirled her magic around the electric world and those people moving about in it, so even they forgot about owning anything at all, forgot the $995/month plus utilities, forgot the hollows in their stomachs and purple spots under their eyes and the bruises on their hearts...and saw, for a moment, nothing but their futures, as starry as the scene before them, undulating and blinking back at them." --Tacoma Upstarts (a true story) WE GOT A PLACE!!!! At last, at last.
- "Our apartment overlooked NorthEast Tacoma...the chipped yellow paint of the old buildings a modest facade, the walls of the one bedrooms housing teachers and medical workers and city officials and funeral directors within. Different people, owning different kinds of dogs, loving different kinds of lovers, eating different kinds of food, living different kinds of lifestyles, all waking up to that view. The silvery curve of the Dome would glimmer with the sunrise and strike a match with the sun at dusk, the city lights twinkling rhapsodically when the sky turned from Puget blue to inky night-time, and swirled her magic around the electric world and those people moving about in it, so even they forgot about owning anything at all, forgot the $995/month plus utilities, forgot the hollows in their stomachs and purple spots under their eyes and the bruises on their hearts...and saw, for a moment, nothing but their futures, as starry as the scene before them, undulating and blinking back at them." --Tacoma Upstarts (a true story) WE GOT A PLACE!!!! At last, at last.

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