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Tie dye

Tie dye was back in the covers for this F/W 2010 and I guess that this was my way of getting trendy shoes. What would look better than a bloody red dyeing? 100% natural and environmentally friendly.
As anyone can guess... IT DOES NOT HURT!

Just the funny result of a square-nailed pedi growing in the wrong direction. A bit of nail filing and ready :) But it was super scandalous to stretch in socks ;D, with everyone staring, eyes wide open, to this month's sado.

What doesn't kill you, just makes you stronger.

Someone I met occasionally on the train back home made tones of random questions. Most of them were much of elevator talk, but there was one that blew my mind: What are you afraid of? It kept me thinking all through my run. Maybe that's why I bled so much :P

Yes. What on the hell do I seem to be so concerned about? I think I had been scared about, well, pretty much anything. Scared about getting fat, about my mum falling sick, about everyone I love leaving me behind, about not being good enough (at work), about ending up alone trapped in a meaningless existence.

Funny. Just takes a random question, to realize how fear feasts on your own stupidity.

Odd. Just takes a long run after hearing odd questions & a yoga teacher craving for more focus on nuet (the present), for you to realize that nothing is critical. People flow, it's natural. So enjoy all the time together, as if it was the last. Make everyday mean. Move, eat, smile, feel, sleep & work hard. Speak your mind, say how much you love them, complain about what should change. Act in the face, don't talk on the back. Wrong? No big deal. There's always a chance to fix, sooner or later. But there is no way of running anti-clockwise, no chance for opportunities to be brought back: Everyday is a train, a chance for a happy ride. Just make sure to run & manage to jump on time.

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