Sometimes rainy days just hit the spot! It’s nice to curl up with a book (or an entire season of a favorite tv show) and just veg. Take a break from the stress for a few hours and come back to your duties a bit refreshed.
A rainy afternoon seemed like a great time to take photos. This one was my favorite.
I’m a girl (obvs duh). And as a girl I am allowed such girly measures as aww-ing and ooh-ing when receiving flowers. Then (because that’s what people in my generation do) instagramming it in the best possible light 🙂
I officially have a kitchen again and to celebrate I may have gone a bit overboard on the fresh fruit…but it’s awesome! I’m super excited about no longer having to heat things up in the microwave or worry that bugs are going to smell my delicious-ness.
Don’t get me wrong, I love being warm and cozy. But I would much rather be able to add layers of clothing/blankets/warm snuggly puppies to ward off the chill than be sweating, sticky, and smell. But as it is now officially summer (as of 4 days ago), I do have to accept that it is definitely beautiful outside:
And I will just leave the rest of you to enjoy it outside while I watch from my nice cool home 🙂
I’ve loved roses ever since I was little and my dad would take me on a walk around a local garden in India. And I think flowers in bloom are beautiful. This was actually just a random shot that I came across months after the fact. It caught my eye so I thought I’d share 🙂
There are canals EVERYWHERE in Venice. Obviously, it’s a city made of islands that just happen to be really close to one another. It’s quite picturesque, especially with the sun peeking through the buildings.
The Black Diamond Library looks out over the harbor in Copenhagen. The building is incredibly striking because, you guessed it, it is a gleaming black structure in the shape of a three-dimensional diamond. This was taken as I was leaving after a long day of studying before finals during my semester abroad.
Florence, Italy is an amazing, sprawling city full of art, history, and beautiful architecture. One can quite easily experience it just by stepping outside of one’s apartment or hotel room. But the best way to get an eagle eye’s view (besides climbing to the top of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore which I HIGHLY RECOMMEND as well), is to climb to Piazzale Michelangelo and see the city for miles.