Thursday, July 21, 2011

Inspiration: Summer

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For one reason or another, all these pictures remind me of how my summer is going so far. I am relaxed, tanned, and reading more than ever {Just about to finish the last book of Hunger Games!}. 

I was happily browsing through summer pictures for a couple hours, anything to distract me from becoming too nervous for my tooth removal tomorrow, when I realized I really want to take a photography class. The beautiful pictures people take have me in awe, I know they probably edit them quite a bit also, but I could go for a photo shop class too!

All summer I found myself wishing for Fall, when I finally had an epiphany! Earlier, at dusk, I was outside reading, the wind was blowing slightly, the sun was kissing my skin, and that's when it happened. I love summer! I am no real rush for Fall. I need to learn to live in the now. I am young and free and ready to start living! Of course, once I am healed from my awful wisdom teeth removal, which I am still trying to avoid the fact that it is tomorrow.

Hope everyone is having a great summer out there <3 

Bon Soir,
Kaylee Nicole

P.S. Make sure to stop by to see the two lovely quest bloggers I am having {making it a surprise!} while I am out for a few days!


010 said...

I love the picture. Tq for sharing.

Unknown said...

These pictures are all so pretty! I get sick of summer so quickly because it's miserably hot way too early in the year and lasts way too long. Sometimes it's nice to remember the good things about the heat!

Anonymous said...

your summer seems awesome! even if only for the watermelon and sun lounging :)

Flashes of Style said...

Ahh gorgeous summer inspiration! I love it all <3



CoCoon said...

That tent is simply amazing!

This Charming Style said...

Some beautiful photos here my dear! Very inspiring :) I just wish England had the weather to match!

Lyndsey said...

I.LOVE.THESE. omg! i'm inspired<33
lyndsey of hellolyndsey

SomeoneLikeYou said...

Lovely, lovely photos! And you're so right: I need to start living in the now, as well!