Creating memories

Those who connect help you create memories. Some fun ones, even in hectic times.
Those who connect will be remembered. Sometimes reminders come in odd shapes.

Hozier – Dinner & Diatribes

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Feels good

I heard and saw Hozier live tonight. Wow. He finds perfect balance between tension and calmness, coolness and humbleness, waiting and pleasing.
It was possibly one of the best concert I’ve been to here.

I was dancing behind my collar bones tonight.

Hozier – To Be Alone

Taking things slow

I stayed home one more day to give my body enough time to fully rest before heading back to work. I figured it is better to take things slow and let everything settle in its own pace. I feel way better tonight than I did a day ago, and I am ready to get back to work tomorrow.

The weather was lovely today. Taking a walk in the park reminded me why I love this season. The colourful leaves – however cliché they are – are just too romantic not to love.

Tonight I chose a song for its lyrics. Hozier’s lyrics I find simply mesmerizing.

Hozier – Shrike

It’s not the waking, it’s the rising

I came across this song today and I think it is a masterpiece. Hozier has summed up so much in such an elegant way – I am totally sucked in in this song, that feels like a prayer.

Lately I have noted I have changed a lot in the past few years. It’s not only due to moving abroad, though catapulting to a new environment forcing one to re-build her safety-net is definitely part of the change. It is also the extraordinary people I got to know here. Some of them have come and gone, some of them are key pillars of my everydays. Many of them have taught me important lessons.

I see relationships differently, I see priorities differently, and I have a whole new level of understanding how important it is to get out of the comparison game.

It’s never too late to change.

Hozier – Nina Cried Power (ft. Mavis Staples)

30s

When you struggle the whole day staying awake after 2 small glasses of wine the night before, you know you’re not in your 20s anymore. But it’s worth it, every now and then.

Hozier – Work Song