my last wedding of 2018 was in Cancun, it was also my 100th wedding i’ve shot! but what’s more spectacular than that was when the rooftop reception started to be knocked about with the craziest wind and rain - all the guests got up and danced (which as you know, we could totally turn into a whole metaphor for marriage and love and life). this moment here was one of my favourite moments from Tanya and Jason’s wedding. it wasn’t planned or even wanted ... and it’s not perfect. except that it totally was ⚡️❤️💧
Купила себе свитер с оленями еще до нового года, купила в мужском отделе, потому как в женском какие то были в обтяг и короткие, я такие не люблю, так что вы думаете, муж взял и отобрал у меня его🤦🏼♀️😂
И вообще заметила, что частенько в мужском отделе вещи симпатичней, чем в женском🙈 замечали такое? И хорошо, что щас оверсайз в моде😀
I left you in the morning,
And in the morning glow,
You walked a way beside me
To make me sad to go.
Do you know me in the gloaming,
Gaunt and dusty gray with roaming?
Are you dumb because you know me not,
Or dumb because you know?
All for me And not a question
For the faded flowers gay
That could take me from beside you
For the ages of a day?
They are yours, and be the measure
Of their worth for you to treasure,
The measure of the little while
That I've been long away.
It’s normal to find ourselves thinking about the past.
Of course we could have been better, done better.
However, the only reason we think that is because we have learned a LESSON.
Hindsight is always 20/20.
What you can do with that information is apply the teachings of each LESSON in order to craft an ideal reality.
We can replay and ruminate over things in the past, but as much as we try...we can’t change what has happened.
What we can change is now. The present.