New Creation




Wingardium leviorca

you diDN’T





Wingardium leviorca

you diDN’T

Knowing you’ll always be welcome, no matter how much has changed. That’s what having a home is all about.
Vanille (Yumeiro Patissiere)

mebbe ayam 2 meta for teaching some of my youth kids

but i don’t want to teach anything that is only half-true bleh

Don’t underestimate me.

나만의 길을 걷겠어.



my smiley friend

Just watched Man from Reno!!!

Was really impressed by this indie film.
Backed it on Kickstarter last year, so my name’s in the CREDITZ WUT heheh

I miss college.

I guess it’s happening now.

I have dreams where I’m not done with school and have these crazy assignments or finals that I’m not prepared for at all. The lifting of that dread and the realization that I don’t need to scramble to take care of that work tells me that I’m not craving the studies.

I look back on a lot of things with fondness and will forget the struggles. At least when I’m looking back on them generally. Then I remember what the days actually felt like — the moments of despair or loneliness come back. I remember that they’re mixed in with the fun and spontaneous and revelatory times.

I remind myself that the ‘golden days’ were not so perfect.

I do miss those beautifully free and joyful moments with friends though. I’ve even started to miss being in some kind of system. Paving my own road is sometimes so exciting and other times so lonely. 

It took a long time before I missed Japan. These days, Tokyo has been on my mind. I just read After Dark by Haruki Murakami, and it was really cool reminiscing on what Denny’s are like in Japan or the taking the Chuo line and etc. Then again, I remind myself of what it actually felt like being there.

Same with college. I miss hanging out with a lot of people. Again, I remember that those moments weren’t constant. I was oh so busy… now, I almost wish I had done less with so many different activities. They weren’t gonna all fit on my resume anyway. 


In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.

Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.

The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World

via Slate

I am not looking
for the kind of love,
that forces me to prove
my worth
Mandeq Ahmed (via blackorchidd)
Those who love you are not fooled by mistakes you have made, or by dark images you hold about yourself. They remember your beauty when you feel ugly; your wholeness when you are broken; your innocence when you feel guilty; and your purpose when you are confused.
Alan Cohen (via creatingaquietmind)


The Grounds Of Alexandria |

if you ever visit Sydney, this place definitely makes top 3 cafés to visit. this is their own florist, The Grounds Florals By Silva, whose flowers define the word swoon.

The Grounds roast their own beautiful coffee, host markets, and would be a ridiculously cool wedding venue… but for today, I just can’t get past the flowers.

instagram: @athenagracee / fujifilm xT1 35mm / vsco film