Little Havana, Miami
Isn't just me that can't get that song out of my head is it...? We have been back in our home town for almost a month now and have really enjoyed the little bit of winter we got left. That being said, seeing the snow melt while looking back at photos of our time in Miami is odly satisfying, as I can't wait to be singing that Camila Cabello ear worm again soon in a more appropriate and less ironic climate.
There's nothing quite like a Montreal summer. It's like the city comes alive again, and it's inhabitants never take a moment for granted, much like in G.O.T, they know winter is always coming, and for us it lasts 8 months out of the year. We might not get visits from White Walkers, but some of us just full out turn into the Night King by the time January comes around. It's crazy how climate can take a toll on not only your physical state but your emotional wellbeing as well. As Canadians, we all know the cabin fever and pale skin blues that overwhelm us during the colder months, and I've always attributed it to the weather. Funnily enough, having skipped Winter this year to migrate to Miami actually had a similar effect. There's nothing quite as depressing as spending so many hours indoors working on a screen while looking out at a beautiful sunny day you're not taking advantage of.
That being said, why is the FOMO always so real no matter where you are. Here I am sitting in our Montreal home that I had been longing to return to for so long, and yet am dreaming of being back in the warm streets of Miami again...This introspective study on what it is a girl wants weather-wise is giving me all kind of Carrie Bradshaw feelings. "And I couldn't help but ask myself, is the grass truly always greener on the other side..."or should I say the weather always sounds better wherever you're not. What can I say...Half of my heart is in "little" Havana, ooh-na-na .
Urban Outfitters sunnies and dress, Zara hoop earrings, Louis-Vuitton rings and bag, and Vans "Authentic" sneakers.