I love driving more than anything. I have control of where I go and feel untouchable. The mystery of only being able to see the outside of the world makes my imagination run wild. For the first two years of college, I wasn’t allowed to have a car on campus. The small city of Providence was distant and detached from my life. I stayed within the perimeter of the campus bubble, because I was still getting used to this new environment. This year, I brought my beloved Jeep to school and began some small explorations. First the grocery store, then a nearby lake to go for runs, then a downtown juice bar. Each time I go for a drive, I see a new building and travel down a new street. The houses in downtown Providence are quaint, close together, and unique. In learning more about my tiny city, I realized that it’s important to look around, wherever I may be. Sure, someday I would love to travel to Australia and Ireland and Rome, but for now, Providence has hidden treasures of its own that impress me every day.
Jeans – Joe’s Jeans
Necklace – Claire’s