Switched it up a little.
Separated between ladies and gents.
Added a personal work section.
California would you marry me? Let God be the sun and in the ocean they shall burry me.
If I had a dollar for every reblog, I’d be able to pay for my college tuition.
Today I met the most extraordinary group of individuals. During a photo shoot, three people by the name of Michael, Rhonda, and Kim the Cosmic Ranger, approached us. At first we were apprehensive, fearing they were park rangers ready to slap us with a fat ticket for not having a permit. But instead they slapped us with the most profound outlook on life that I have never heard before. I cannot even put into my own words the knowledge they dumbed on me.
Kim (first photo) talked about life, existence, finding ourselves, finding our homes within ourselves, and traveling the Earth. It was amazing and inspiring.
Rhonda, the person to the left (second photo) in the cowgirl boots is actually a man. He dresses as a woman from time to time. Why you ask? He told me the reason why he dresses like a woman, is because he sees the struggle women go through. The struggle to be beautiful and strong but natural and delicate. He said, “walk a mile in her shoes. I’ve walked thousands.”
Michael was the shy one. Yet, although is quiet nature, he was still genuinely kind. He saw me put my hands into my sheer pockets. He handed to me, a pair of knit gloves. He said, “your hands aren’t going to get warm with those pockets.” He proceeded to walk around, keeping his comfortable distance between the group. He then overheard Kyle and I talking about food. He approached us and offered us two bags of food he had been carrying in his bag. Definitely a kind and selfless man.
Call me weird for listening to a bunch of, what we would stereotypically label, hippies. But, it was the most amazing human to human experience I have ever had.
We didn’t bring the car so…