I’ve all but entirely forgotten about your existence over the past year or so. Sorry, not sorry. Hope you won’t mind me exploiting you to kill some time now that it seems that I’ll have plenty of it; so far, the single life really isn’t as attractive as everyone made it out to be. But that’s besides the point.
That’s not why I did this. I didn’t choose to slice the head off of a four year long relationship with the man I thought I’d marry to have fun and screw pigs. I did this because it was what needed to happen. I did this because I need to figure out who I am without him. I did this because I need to know I can make myself happy on my own. But at the moment, I feel endlessly shitty. It’s just a fucking strange feeling to be alone after spending every waking moment consumed with somebody for so long. Now, all I have is me. I’m the only real thing I can depend on in this life anyways, I guess, and it’s about time I start treating myself right.
Fuck, and I thought I was lost before?
Horsetail Firefall (by Rob Kroenert)
Horsetail Falls is a small seasonal waterfall that only appears in late winter and early spring. It flows over the east side of El Capitan, so as a backdrop it has one of the most impressive walls of granite in the entire park. Then – only for part of February, and only when the sky is clear – the very last sunrays of the day selectively linger on the falls, lighting it up with a golden glow that makes the water look like lava.
One great reason you should always pack your camera in your carry-on baggage.