Words like violence break the silence

Skinny Buddha khaki fringe bag

I normally would have posted this on Monday, like I always do, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. It feels weird resuming my blogging activities while people are out there in the streets trying to make a difference, but I have to do this to regain a sense of normalcy. A thousands thoughts have swarmed through my mind these past few difficult days but it's quite hard to put them into words. My country has been and still is in mourning after the tragic events of Friday night when a fire occurred at Colectiv club, during a concert. My thoughts go out to all the victims and their families. I've been numb these past few days, my feelings ranging from sadness and grief to despair and anger. I have to get back to a calmer state of mind because it doesn't do me any good and it certainly isn't good for my baby either. It makes me wonder what kind of world I am bringing her into and question what can I do to make things better for her and for us. Our power system is rotten and corrupt and we will not be able to change it over night. But I do have to say I've been amazed by people's reactions these days and truly impressed by the way they mobilized their efforts to help the victims in any way they could. It gives me hope that we as a people have grown and that my generation still has the power to fight and change things for the better. I have to keep a positive attitude and move forward, taking small steps. There is no other option. 


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bag: here
sweater dress: thrifted
tights: Charme
boots: H&M
earrings: random
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Skinny Buddha khaki fringe bag

Skinny Buddha fringe bag

Skinny Buddha fringe bag

Skinny Buddha khaki fringe bag

3 comments:

  1. The dress is very great for the pregnant women, but I don't like the socks. It's better to remove them or wear the black ones.

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