homestretch

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Trois cent trente-neuf jours. Three hundred and thirty-nine days. Some spent walking on clouds with a happy and full heart. Others spent wandering in the gloomy depths of a sad and homesick soul. All of them spent cradled in the hands […]

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like springtime

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Hello from the other side (because this song just lends itself far too well to casual allusions) of March and April, friends! It’s been quite a while since I last blogged and I’m sorry about that. Over the course of the […]

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(more) growing pains

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) It’s a crisp Monday morning and I’m walking briskly back home from the supermarket, hands filled with bags carrying fruits, vegetables and the mundanities of everyday life alongside the books that I needed for my class at uni earlier that morning. […]

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equilibrium

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) Un bon équilibre. A good balance. The French explanation for their meticulous obsession with two-part essay/presentation structures, perfectly symmetrical garden layouts and the exclusive use of grid paper throughout primary and high school. And as someone who loves indulging in rationalisation, […]

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back in alsace

(This post was originally published on my personal blog, Of Postcards & Ink, between 2015-2016.) “Déjà vu” is one of those French phrases that’s found itself seamlessly embraced and adopted into the vocabulary of almost all Anglophones. When directly translated, the words mean “already seen” and carry with them that strange sensation of having already lived […]

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