Soft Blush

These past few months have had a huge meaning over my entire being. I find it so funny whenever people ask me where I see myself in 5 years from now, considering that last year I had had no idea about how things would look like today. Life is made of unexpected moments and overplanning might be the root of disappointment because not everything is meant to be. Don't get me wrong, I think it's an essential matter to know what you want, but while you're getting there you should be enjoying the journey and the ups and downs. So while I had no idea that a glimpse of blind boldness would get me enrolled in an exchange program in France for 5 months, the Universe had it all planned out ahead.

Still I cannot decide if my constant self is all about being an introvert or about enjoying the company of random strangers at an event or gathering. Whatever the answer, I know for a fact that maintaining close human relationships is not my forte, and having had the chance to meet a bunch of amazing people whom I instantly clicked with in such a short amount of time was a heaven sent opportunity for my solitary side. While I am extremely thankful for the people that I managed to get to stay in my life over time, I have a flawed point of view that you should find a 'soulmate' in each and everyone you choose to invest your emotions in. And I'm saying that it's faulty because it doesn't usually allow me to make lots of connections and leads to great letdowns. But it also means creating the ideal network and keeping nearby the best of those who want to be with you.

And since I got more reflective and corny on this post, I noticed that dressing up as a giant pink cloud was a smart idea to resemble the mood. For the love of coffee and pretty pictures I met a few weeks ago with a photographer friend, Matteo, and the result can be seen down below. I mean partly, because I couldn't post 100 pictures here, but they will appear eventually on my social media channels and his. So make sure you check out his Instagram page, he has some breathtaking shots out there.

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