Before I had furniture I had tchatchkes, breakfast, a view, a mismatched collection of books and a roll of Fuji 400H in my camera.
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home. such a good word. such a good place. curl up, i’ll keep my fingers crossed for the rain too.
I had those same glasses in Korea – loved them so much I brought them back with me =)
Beautiful posts girl.
your home looks like a comfortable place to live in.
home! home! praying for rain, hannah.
rach, daiso? my favorite place.
hi doo. slumber party & sangria at boundary.
it is, monika. come back and visit!
Step one: Move to LA
Step two: Get an awesome job either writing or in wardrobe
Step three: Save $$
Step four: Take a vacation to visit my dear, dear sister-love-friend, Stephanie
*Step five: Fall in love with Korea and never come back?
*Step five is optional and subject to change. It’s possible I may just fall in love with her apartment and stuff some of her cool plates in my suitcase.
You have GOT to be kidding me! Flights to Korea from LAX are $800 (fees included).
“america person breakfast” – hehe.
such great shots. you have great light in your casa.
JNR, I don’t know if Step 5 is gonna work out for you, but 1-4 sounds like a plan.
BF, thank you sir. it is great light, indeed.
Salami, bring it.
these shots are beauties.
oh yes you did
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