Live simply, travel lightly, love passionately & don't forget to breathe

Category: New York

How To Say Goodbye To A Lover

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In this life you collide with a lot of different lovers. Some break your heart and fill it with agony, some you dump on the first date, because with them, silences really are awkward and uncomfortable. With those, you almost always fake an orgasm, age and a laugh. With most, you never lose your mask and you forget about them the moment you step out the door, because they never truly held your soul.

But this story is about a lover who managed to crash into my life with such force, that masks, lies and fake orgasms got crushed by passion and truth. He took my breath away and both of us were consumed with the nakedness of a raw moment.

How can you ever say goodbye to such a lover? …

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Don’t Forget To Breathe

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“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.” – Pat Conroy

I know some of you might wonder, what the hell happened to that woman with all her thousands of flaws and a suitcase-load of crazy. Has she slipped and fell on that “most dangerous hike in China” or got kidnapped in Mongolia?

Not really, no.

The truth is ~

I’ve been trying to remember how to breathe…

… in New York.

In the next months I will write how I got here and why. Here’s the “tease list” of the upcoming chapters …

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My Week With New York

I really do love NY!

New York greeted me with so much life!

Rainbow of colors ~ Priceless Art, grand architecture, talented Artists of Broadway, delicious cuisine, mysterious Jazz bars, parks, lakes, history and character!

Have lived in US for 9 years , but never visited NYC until now.

I knew deep down that it would be very hard to live in Los Angeles if I’m ever tempted to taste The Big Apple.

I was right…

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