Just recently I had a small trip to my parents. I don’t know why, but it made me calm and I understood how grateful I am to my parents for what they have done to raise me. We never know how many sleepless nights they spent before we could even realize what they’re doing for us.
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Heaven kissed Topanga yesterday with an hour of rain thunder and hail. It was beautiful. Having gone through the worst drought California has seen in 1200 years we are grateful for the rain even if it comes with hail. Here are some beautiful flowers hugging the coastline after the rain #topangabeach
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Coming such a long way in a couple of years, I used to be TERRIFIED of public transport and I couldn’t comprehend the thought of public transportation it made my knees weak and panic filled my body. But now I’m getting on busses and coaches and traveling to places all by myself where I never thought I could go 😊
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