journey that could take you everywhere; or nowhere?
I've never done it. I've never gotten into a car, and just taken off.
Or wait.. have I?
I was walking home last week when I bumped into someone I knew.
We started speaking and it turns out he knew someone else I should know.
I made a phone call that was soon returned, and managed to see how the
dots were falling in line without any interference from me at all.
I'm finding these vehicles all around me now.
Hop on board and join me as I move in the shadows.
Life's a journey, and I love exploring. I believe we should live well, love much and laugh often. Twende!
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Moving in the Shadows
Posted by The Kenyan Nomad at 8:01 AM
Labels: 2012, cowbird, photography project, Roshni Walia, Sewanee, Sewanee landscapes
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