I went for a walk the other day, before my dad's catastrophic stroke. I know it's been a bit of crazy time recently, I seem to have had my share of heartache, but hope is a crazy thing, and for some reason, I have an endless supply. I still believe my dad will be ok despite what is known, I also believe I'll share the love of raising a family, even if it's in an unconventional way. Going through so much trauma has made me stronger and even though the worst case scenario often happens, I still believe good will come of things. It might not be in the way we want, but often I find it's dished out in the way we need.
I'm so grateful for the love of friends, for your support and kindness. It's infectious and makes me more determined to pass that kindness on. A big, empathetic heart means more than anything, and I see so much love from people in a time where we hear about so much intolerance. Thank you and arohanui - love from New Zealand 💖💖💖
The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883 over New York City’s East River, linking the two boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge. A brilliant feat of 19th-century engineering, the Brooklyn Bridge was the first bridge to use steel for cable wire. Is cultural icon visited yearly by tourists . _______________ (📷credit: Slaviero) . _____________________________
Горы, что вы сделали со мной?
Чем заворожили? Властным зовом
К подвигам горячим и суровым
Или мудрой снежной сединой?
Ваша твердость мне передается,
Я держусь на ваших скользких тропах.
Чем пытливей вглядываюсь в пропасть,
Тем ровней, спокойней сердце бьется.
И встречая блеск вершин бесстрашных,
В самом риске чую твердь опоры.
Горы любят сильных и отважных.
Горы любят тех, кто любит горы...