this thing comes from my obsession with taking pictures of the sky + a poem my grandmother wrote and e-mailed to me.
i moved abroad about a year ago and she's one of those people the physical, daily presence in my life i miss the most.
looking up at the sky, in both its prettiest swirls and most overwhelming plainness, has always given me comfort and peace and quiet and some stillness and security when i have wanted to feel more grounded.
i realized that after all, we're under the same sky: if we can't share lunch dates, we can still share thoughts and words and pictures and poems & every single time we get the chance to do that it is something to be extremely grateful for.
this is for my grandmother, for everyone i'm away from, for everyone i'm about to be away from (moving again). know that i treasure your existence as human beings so, so much.
(i am tearing up right now! because i am a sap!! wow!!!)
this is kind of for everyone who's missing someone because #distance.
a reminder that relationships are not defined by how physically close we are to each other.
& even though it's definitely a different thing (!), it doesn't mean it's not there or it's less meaningful or that we shouldn't keep fighting for it.
if you want, share with the ones that are important to you - share thoughts, share ideas, share all of it and don't be afraid. it's all gonna turn out for the best.
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