Brighter day buying

8:32 PM Michael 0 Comments

I'm not really sure if this happened anymore, and the entire time with you was totally ironic. But it was an incredible work of fate. 
" I want people to talk to me more than just because of the way I'm dressed and but don't try to dig deeper because that's really frightening to do. "
So the Sartorialist was here today! ..But I will come back to that later. After the lecture I went to the library to start the second part of my Intro to Fashion homework, 30 pages devoted to Fall 2011 trends. Although being in the perfect place to start and finish, whatever reason I wanted to leave and couldn't use the bathroom because that guy totally didn't look like he wanted company, so I looked up the bus route, clapped down the stairs, and although waiting for the Silver, I figured I could walk to O house, catch a red to Arnold and walk home. But stubbornly I waited for the woman who asked where I was going and I said "Forsyth House" and noticed I sat behind a girl with a hat with the cutest, simple but interestingly knotted sash around it. So it was just an approximate 4 or so of us, and when the bulk of the bus got off at Kroger we pull through and I notice the pretty hat girl is asking me if I said I was going to Forsyth and if I wanted to join her to a cafe she was certain I would enjoy. The lady was explaining to the girl with the pretty hat this was Forsyth park and she could get off and get on here, so she pulls over letting her off, and as I walk off bus lady lets me know that she could take me to Forsyth around the corner and that I don't need to get off here. Anyway, learning I was a fashion student like her she quickly tells me how great it is to meet another fashion major. This non gallery expresso cafe local hotspot was so amazing, our chat about fashion, natural remedies, transferring and introducing me to brighter day's organic selections doesn't even touch how striking our meeting was.
Have you ever met someone who has all the answers? Everything you are thinking about, rolling around get asked to you. And dumbfounded you have to respond and notice yourself verbalizing this answers that feel so weird in your mouth because you are not sure of the answer anymore. I left the library because I did the first part of the homework, but the entire time my heart is like, "I have no idea why I am a fashion major". I swear to you all I know such zip it's embarrassing and growing up and indulging in it and meeting people who are so close to it has made me really unsure if this is what I have been wanting to do. It's so close it's scary. And it gets closer and closer because I have developed a destiny for myself of a fashion designer and I'm not sure how much I like it, yet it's right there. So being a mind reader, I get all the questions I don't know the answers to anymore. Ones about the future, what made me choose fashion, all of it, every question that was apart of the homework assignment right there. And so concerned because it was all made up of truths, but shaky ones.
But she is so special.
She reminds me fashion, my destiny are not things to fret about. Things un fold. And if you'd like, can unfold for the better. It was just a date with destiny. Every thought, every philosophy about mine about the universe, elegance she said, and I couldn't have said it better. And mirroring my invitations for tea amongst others, I was invited for tea.
So sometimes God, or goodness, or love or whatever you want to label such unexplainable things happen in the most odd and so frighteningly satisfying you are smiling. She is what I needed. Who I needed to meet. And there are such angel points out there making sure you are going the right way. And I'm so happy that is the way things played out.
It wasn't my stop, but I am so extremely happy I met you, the girl with the pretty hat. Thank you. All my sincerity.