Daily Post had really negative prompt today. let me bring it here:
“You wake up one day and realize you’re ten years older than you were the previous night. Beyond the initial shock, how does this development change your life plans?”
Not just because of the fact we missed an important part of our life, like being in a coma… But, also because it is supposed that we had it all planned out and this somehow messed that up. And the second is the more important part? No! Life is to be lived, not to be structured and planned.
We all plan, that is normal. If you don’t plan, you won’t have goals, dreams… But in the end, all we can do and it is so WONDERFUL when we do it, is to live!
I have been greatly inspired to write this because my cousin sent me this today. I DEEPLY RECOMMEND to watch it. Be skeptical, it’s ok. Be scared, we all are. Try to watch it. Maybe you understand it. Maybe you understand what is important in your life, and what not. What makes you happy and what not.
Maybe you see how important and beautiful and so ignored one thing is – to really love yourself. To accept yourself. To forgive yourself. ❤
If you didn’t know, my blog is called Ivy Mosquito because I am allergic to f**king mosquitoes…
Not life threatening, but lets just say that they can make me limp for few days if they bite me on my ankles.
I have been enjoy outdoor life and nature in this last 5 days. It was lovely. ❤
Result: I am sitting here TRYING not to think about dozen mosquito bites I have all over my legs and hands. Effing stupid mosquitoes.
I didn’t bring the mosquito repellent because two days I was on my bike, foolishly thinking that “I’m too fast for them to bite me.” XD
Now I’m smarter when I look like I have been in a battle, and sitting super carefully because God forbid that I accidentally scratch somewhere…anywhere.
Ok, so my mission yesterday was to capture the Supermoon. It is called Supermoon because it is bigger from regular full moon and 30% brighter. The next one to come close to it will happen in September next year.
Normally, that kind of information would excite me. But, not these days.
The Perseid meteor shower is getting close to its peak on August 12 and 13, and we have a super big moon covering all of it. Most of it.
That’s not cool.
I will despite that fact, try to see some of them tonight and tomorrow. Fingers crossed!