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  • Now this Xtina Aguilera song is stuck in my head.
  • Now this Xtina Aguilera song is stuck in my head.
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  • Hey girl you got plans for the rest of your life yet? Asking for a friend
  • Hey girl you got plans for the rest of your life yet? Asking for a friend
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  • « the bigger your phone, the more you can hide your face »
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﮼عمان،وسط،البلد🇯🇴
.. ﮼أمضي،في،حياتك .
Camera iPhone 7 Plus📱
#streetphotography
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    ﮼عمان،وسط،البلد🇯🇴
    .. ﮼أمضي،في،حياتك .
    Camera iPhone 7 Plus📱
    #streetphotography
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  • it’s been a long week
  • it’s been a long week
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  • Sunsets don't come much better than this!
  • Sunsets don't come much better than this!
  • 3 1 22 minutes ago
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...and I was meeting my friend Jill for lunch. Our original plan was to go to a fair out of the city, but the rain was a deterrent so we changed plans. Right next to the spot where we chose to eat lunch was this new gallery space. Jill had been wanting to see it for a while, so after we ate we decided to check it out. The gallery was in between exhibits so there wasn't much to see in terms of artwork. Also, this was a Sunday, and the gallery is usually closed. However because of the transitional phase, there were people there working to touch up the white paint on the walls. We started chatting with them and ended up learning a lot more about the murals around Worcester, as one of the guys was on the committee that curates and maintains the murals. I had been curious about this committee for some time, so it was a really interesting conversation and opportunity for me. It came about in conversation that if we were interested, we should check out a school nearby that is covered in murals. Neither of us has anything to do that day so we agreed to go on an adventure. When we stepped outside, it was no longer cold and dreary, but sunny and warm. As we made our trek to the school on foot, we took in our surroundings and found some cool spots we wouldn't have otherwise paid any attention to. We stopped in at a cute little vintage clothing shop, got some frozen yogurt, and made note of new places to experience another day. When we finally came upon the school we were in awe. The colors, the vibrancy, the creativity, the different styles, all of it. It made me feel like I went from being an outsider in the city, to being in on this beautiful secret of Worcester. This day made me feel like I was part of the Worcester art community. It fed my soul. The best part was experiencing it with my lifelong hometown friend, also a Worcester resident now. Moving to Worcester was initially really scary and uncomfortable but it turned out to be exactly what I needed. So don't ever let your fears of what could go wrong get in the way of what could be so very right for you. Let fear drive you to find what sets your soul on fire, and burn your fucking hands holding onto it.
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    ...and I was meeting my friend Jill for lunch. Our original plan was to go to a fair out of the city, but the rain was a deterrent so we changed plans. Right next to the spot where we chose to eat lunch was this new gallery space. Jill had been wanting to see it for a while, so after we ate we decided to check it out. The gallery was in between exhibits so there wasn't much to see in terms of artwork. Also, this was a Sunday, and the gallery is usually closed. However because of the transitional phase, there were people there working to touch up the white paint on the walls. We started chatting with them and ended up learning a lot more about the murals around Worcester, as one of the guys was on the committee that curates and maintains the murals. I had been curious about this committee for some time, so it was a really interesting conversation and opportunity for me. It came about in conversation that if we were interested, we should check out a school nearby that is covered in murals. Neither of us has anything to do that day so we agreed to go on an adventure. When we stepped outside, it was no longer cold and dreary, but sunny and warm. As we made our trek to the school on foot, we took in our surroundings and found some cool spots we wouldn't have otherwise paid any attention to. We stopped in at a cute little vintage clothing shop, got some frozen yogurt, and made note of new places to experience another day. When we finally came upon the school we were in awe. The colors, the vibrancy, the creativity, the different styles, all of it. It made me feel like I went from being an outsider in the city, to being in on this beautiful secret of Worcester. This day made me feel like I was part of the Worcester art community. It fed my soul. The best part was experiencing it with my lifelong hometown friend, also a Worcester resident now. Moving to Worcester was initially really scary and uncomfortable but it turned out to be exactly what I needed. So don't ever let your fears of what could go wrong get in the way of what could be so very right for you. Let fear drive you to find what sets your soul on fire, and burn your fucking hands holding onto it.
  • 5 1 29 minutes ago
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Change be hard, scary even. It brings about this uneasiness, this uncertainty. It's something we all need as humans to evolve and grow. But damn it if it doesn't make you uncomfortable. You might start to question the change, especially if it's intentional. What if it doesn't work out? What if I don't like it? What will other people think? (But really, fuck what other people will think) When we start to question, that's the fear drilling through and settling in. The insecurity in our own decision making abilities. But if you let that fear take over instead of controlling it, you'll never evolve. You won't accomplish your biggest hopes and dreams. So allow yourself to get comfortable with being uncomfortable for a bit, because nothing in this world is permanent. In the last year I've had a lot of uncomfy moments and periods of time. One of the most significant was moving to Worcester to live with my boyfriend in his house. Moving to Worcester was never anything I thought about before I met Travis, but I had fallen in love and it sure beat the hell out of living in my childhood home with my parents at 29 years old. Although I knew it would be good for me and our relationship, it frightened me to my core. What if I don't make any friends there? What if I don't like the community or the neighborhood? Am I moving in too soon? Fast forward to now. I'm living my life out as an artist, something I've always dreamed of. I have a new job, teaching art to to adults with traumatic brain injury, developmental disabilities, and/or physical disabilities. It's where my Uncle Mikey used to go everyday up until he passed away. The company I work for is a Worcester based company that I became more interested in because I drove by one of their locations everyday. I also now have enough rooms in my house to have my own natural light filled home studio. Additionally, I've rediscovered the artist community of Worcester, which I'd been long away from since my days of taking Saturday classes in the Worcester Art Museum. This picture above is one I took on a day I became more connected to the art community of Worcester. It started out as a really bleak day...
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    Change be hard, scary even. It brings about this uneasiness, this uncertainty. It's something we all need as humans to evolve and grow. But damn it if it doesn't make you uncomfortable. You might start to question the change, especially if it's intentional. What if it doesn't work out? What if I don't like it? What will other people think? (But really, fuck what other people will think) When we start to question, that's the fear drilling through and settling in. The insecurity in our own decision making abilities. But if you let that fear take over instead of controlling it, you'll never evolve. You won't accomplish your biggest hopes and dreams. So allow yourself to get comfortable with being uncomfortable for a bit, because nothing in this world is permanent. In the last year I've had a lot of uncomfy moments and periods of time. One of the most significant was moving to Worcester to live with my boyfriend in his house. Moving to Worcester was never anything I thought about before I met Travis, but I had fallen in love and it sure beat the hell out of living in my childhood home with my parents at 29 years old. Although I knew it would be good for me and our relationship, it frightened me to my core. What if I don't make any friends there? What if I don't like the community or the neighborhood? Am I moving in too soon? Fast forward to now. I'm living my life out as an artist, something I've always dreamed of. I have a new job, teaching art to to adults with traumatic brain injury, developmental disabilities, and/or physical disabilities. It's where my Uncle Mikey used to go everyday up until he passed away. The company I work for is a Worcester based company that I became more interested in because I drove by one of their locations everyday. I also now have enough rooms in my house to have my own natural light filled home studio. Additionally, I've rediscovered the artist community of Worcester, which I'd been long away from since my days of taking Saturday classes in the Worcester Art Museum. This picture above is one I took on a day I became more connected to the art community of Worcester. It started out as a really bleak day...
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  • With how hot it’s been the past few days, you can find me at the pool ☀️ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
use my code `KAYLAM16’ with the link in my bio to get a 10% discount @freestylewatches
  • With how hot it’s been the past few days, you can find me at the pool ☀️ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
    use my code `KAYLAM16’ with the link in my bio to get a 10% discount @freestylewatches
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  • LA in the Bay 🌴
  • LA in the Bay 🌴
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  • We wanted to visit these gigantic structures in Monument Valley last year with Grand Canyon but it didn't work out and then it took us one year to plan again. 
More than half of this park can be visited with a tour guide only but you can go on a 17-mile drive with your own car. I was really pissed when I came to know that you have to take the tour if you want to visit the scenic drive during sunset/sunrise. There were not many clouds to enhance the sunset and we were in no mood to go on an open/dusty tour bus. So, we decided to just sit back and enjoy the view for the rest of the evening..
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#monumentvalley #monumentvalleynavajotribalpark #utah  #utahroadtrip #monumentvalleyutah #utahtravels #utahisbeautiful
  • We wanted to visit these gigantic structures in Monument Valley last year with Grand Canyon but it didn't work out and then it took us one year to plan again.
    More than half of this park can be visited with a tour guide only but you can go on a 17-mile drive with your own car. I was really pissed when I came to know that you have to take the tour if you want to visit the scenic drive during sunset/sunrise. There were not many clouds to enhance the sunset and we were in no mood to go on an open/dusty tour bus. So, we decided to just sit back and enjoy the view for the rest of the evening..
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    #monumentvalley #monumentvalleynavajotribalpark #utah #utahroadtrip #monumentvalleyutah #utahtravels #utahisbeautiful
  • 10 1 42 minutes ago
  • 📍Natural History Museum.
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Triceratops skeleton. Definitely one of my favourite dinosaurs! 😁
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    Triceratops skeleton. Definitely one of my favourite dinosaurs! 😁
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  • Hanji?
  • Hanji?
  • 49 11 6 hours ago