JackBlink
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I'm back!! ^^

Since I couldn't upload any card from Vingle app, I've been looking for activities to do. I've created a fb account again, I've met new people and learned from myself about what is correct and what isn't.
Blusi is growing, like my soul against darkness. He is now a happy 1 yo cat, and he is teaching how freedom works. I need to say I'm still understanding.
I'm returning to my photographer life. I've lost my camera but I'm trying with my phone to make visuals. Quality isn't too good, but at least I have a reason to walk and discover my world.
Trash challenge was part of my life, I'm planning a lot of adventures to do beside my friends, I'm looking for time to start the social part again (I'm who took the photo).
I've lost my grandpa and my dad was hospitalized. Hard times brings experience and make your peace grown up. Today every it's ok, but I need add this part of my life like "shadows from the light way".
Today I'm here again, Vingle fixed bugs and I can upload cards again, so don't panic if u find my profile inside ur wall, I'm not a ghost
This is my new emblem, every component have a meaning, hope we can explain it by the way.
Well, have a nice weekend, and take care of yourself โœŒ
- JB
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