One day you'll look back and realise you worried too much about things that do not really matter. And you will actually be glad things didn't work out the way you once wanted them to. So stop it. Stop overthinking. You can't control everything. Just let it be. Let go of what's gone. Be grateful for what remains. Look forward for what's to come Because eventually you'll end up where you need to be With who you want to be with And doing what you should be doing. Have faith and hope There is something new and positive on the horizon You just can't see it yet But what is meant for you, will not pass by.
#repost @frithstreetgallery with @repostapp ・・・ Opening Friday: #daphnewright's solo exhibition #emotionalarchaeology travels to @rhagallery Dublin from @arnolfiniarts Bristol. Don't miss the work Domestic Shrubbery (1994), pictured here as installed at #frithstreetgallery in 1998. This intricate plaster cast of a repeated floral pattern often found in domestic wallpaper alludes to the home and its relationship with the outside world. Small, yet alarmingly realistic casts of human hearts are also interspersed within the idealized floral motif, and a soundtrack of a human repeatedly imitating a 'cuckoo' completes the idiosyncratic encounter.
There's not a bad bone in any of these bodies, and last night made me realise... why can't the bad people in life be bad to the bad people instead of being bad to the good people :( 4 am food for thought 😬
Nailed it! Finally getting to grips with the 6 count style of jiving, now just have to remember the moves & steps for next time! Lucky to be in the hands of good company, and brilliant (but strict) teachers! ☺️
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