I have been obsessed about the movie Inside Out lately. My son always memorizes the release dates of the movies he wants to watch, and makes plans to go to the movies that day… I can’t say no, I’m not a fan of going to the movies, but I’m a fan of going anywhere with him. I was really surprised of how the movie hit me right in the feelings. It was like I went back to time when I was a little girl again and relieved those sad and scary moments that as a grown up you think you already forgot. This time, I went back to those moments having┬áthe movie characters playing along. I may have shredded a few tears.

After watching the movie, whenever my son gets upset, when it’s hard to get him to talk about what is going on, we start talking about Sadness, Fear, Disgust, Joy and Anger. It’s like a secret passage to his head and I’m so happy he’s letting me in.

I couldn’t escape from the idea of dressing up as my favorite character for a shoot. I posted this picture a few weeks ago on social media, but to be honest, I wasn’t feeling much like writing. I’ve neglected this place for a while and it’s about time to update it.


“I’m Too Sad To Walk. Just Give Me A Few Hours.” Sadness.


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