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Thursday, 29 May 2014

Yes, I have been missing in action. I'm still in the game though, and dealing with prospects of finishing year two. Those days,, I feel incredibly human. I dream of sleep and what it may bring, and how joyful the trip back to reality will be. I'm always looking for ways to get closer, the embrace - tighter. And I make more mistakes than I could bear, but I am too focused to let it go. I'm not letting anything go. And I wish you couldn't let go of me too. I think where I had always wanted to be, was underneath somebody's skin. 

I think no human being had made me this happy in my life before. You know this feeling when you belong. Not only in this one moment, a place or dimension. You belong to this very person you're holding. And you realize your fate is both fortunate and tragic, since unhappiness will find you one day. It will find you, and it will claim you. 
It's the kind of thing you get when you're not looking.

I am so so sorry for not writing for so long. I had to focus on university and get down to work at last, passing everything so far. I am two tests, three exams away from vacation and being (not yet officially) a student of year three of dentistry. Great to see that so far I am holding on, not backing down. Year three sounds so advance, three out of five gives me shivers. It's supposedly the best time of my life now, yet all I can think about is how to cope and how to move forward with my education. This academic year, I have been up & around, trying to evolve, both personally and in the terms of education/career. I need to admit it was hard to deal with these two at the very same time, and I needed to do some planning and time schedule switches to achieve the balance I have at this point. I'm still me, but I honestly think I know life just a little more now.

We made a spontaneous decision of going to Warsaw to cherish some classical music in one of my favourite places in the city - Łazienki, the park-and-palace complex. We got to be there during some beautiful weather, and we even got sun-burnt a little bit. Imagine yourself in the middle of the park, listening to Chopin and letting yourself relax and knowing that your biggest worry for now, is whether you're going to get that photo of a squirrel or not.

It was a great opportunity to take some photographs, so I did, and here are some results. :) Thank you A & P for amazing company!


  1. oh girl these pictures are so so so lovely! you are such an inspiration! are these film too? right before we left for a camping trip (at 5am in the morning) i made my friends go to the 24/7 grocery store to buy film because i love all of your posts so much:)))
    and i love this spontaneous trip, it sounds like perfection!

    1. Yes! Everything on this blog is shot with analog! ;) film is wonderful, always take it with you, dear! SO nice to hear you get a little bit inspired with what I post.

  2. Beautiful photos Kasia ♥

  3. So, so good. The tones, the colors, the bokeh, the amount of light. Love! :)

  4. Glad to see you back with these lovely summery photographs!

  5. Good luck with your final exams :) These pictures are beautiful, it looks like you had a ncie time in Warsaw.

  6. hope you get past those exams soon and welcome your off time! beautiful photos. love the one with the bubbles! wow!

  7. Wonderful photos as always ♥♥

  8. The swirly bokeh in these is the cats pajamas. Good luck with final exams dear!

  9. It really is a shame, when two have to part. Things are as sweet as can be - though in the blink of an eye, our fates can be shifted without us even knowing. I encourage you to savour every moment, and think less of the forthcoming end. Perhaps through the string of bittersweet goodbyes, only then do we find ourselves destined for better things, and people. You are worthy of the best, after all. :)

  10. These have to be some of my favourite photos taken by you. So, so precious :)


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