It’s a good day, when a leaf falls up through the air and into your window. Even if it’s a non-stop, no-time-to-eat, clumsy, study-heavy, messy, superficial and rushed Tuesday like today and you feel like you’re not going to make it through the week or catch up on life.
It’s a good day. Goodbye September. Hello Fall. (at Apartment #K2)
Spending the last days of summer exploring the Colombian coast with my not-so-little sister; swimming across the harbor, rooftop jumping into the ocean, and catching up on the docks in the setting sun.
#tbt #bringonthanksgivingbreak (at Ciudad de Barranquilla - Colombia)
Take a second, before rushing into the day. Take a breath, before scarfing down the food you made. Sit back, and watch the world pass by outside your window, before charging into the maelstrom of activity.
Appreciate the details in the fabric, in your surroundings. It’s going to be a good first day of classes.
"We got everything we need right here and everything we need is enough." (at Johns Hopkins University)
Cumulonimbus towers like this are why everyone should keep their window open when traveling at 39,000 feet above the Bahamas.
So grateful that I get to end my summer with a few days of living on the sea. Even more grateful that I get to live it with my family. (at Puerto Colombia, Altlantico)
Summer days in the Keys with @aredrosethought
I miss you like crazy, but it’s ok, I’ll visit you in Tally asap! 🌊☀️🌊 (at Key Largo, Florida. USA)