Ma una tazzina da tè che si rompe, ho pensato, fa comunque più rumore di una persona che crolla. Che rumore fa una persona che crolla? E se non fa rumore, chi viene a raccoglierla?
La notte è in fiamme, @itscarmeleeta
I standing awkwardly behind a cool camden street-art, holding a pretty sleek tote bag by @m.i_t
the canvas tote bag comes with plenty of handy pockets and can keep up with obsession of books, camera and bizarre cables, i wish i could've said i was endorsing but in fact, those bag is not on market (boo yeah!). so here i appeal to his team, please bring us more of this goodies! 🙌🏼 #thingsyoudoforfriend
I've loved returning to London and seeing my city through Pi's (Adriana's) eyes.
It's so different experiencing this city as a mum. While I used to be able to rush through Tube stations, go out at a moments notice, take a spontaneous trip to Morocco because flights are £50, stay out too late, drink too much, and still go to work the next day... Now it's all changed.
I walked through the Tube station today with panicked eyes as I came across staircase after staircase, quickly realising how few escalators and lifts there are. Fellow Londoners offered to help carry Pi's pram up and down the steps and I had to set my ego aside and accept the help. At times I carried her pram up the stairs on my own.
But when I go out tomorrow, I'll be more confident to trek across London with her. And the day after that, I'll be even more confident.
This is why I never stay in one place too long, and why I constantly place myself out of my comfort zone...and why I'm going to keep travelling with my baby girl beside me.
I want her to know that she can rely on herself and trust herself to thrive despite her environment changing. I suppose I'm instilling adaptability over stability, but with the former I know she will always be okay no matter the circumstance.