sunning in this window of the warehouse stirs in me the need to drive to the nearest saguaro and set up my canvas home. get me out of this winter-locked region. There is no reason to perpetuate my depression by living in gloom for 8 months a year. sunshine beckons. now back to the Jacobin Revolution.
After spending the last 36 hours indoors, shut out from world that has turned so splendidly warm and sunny, I am feeling better. Healthy just enough to get out there for a long walk with my camera. followed by a meditative yoga class, a nap, homework.
February slow down
The thick winter cloud cover broke this morning and with that blue*sky*sun the hope of spring. I have spent the majority of the last 4 years with my nose in a schoolbook, behind the cutting hair or suckin’ on a bottle of whiskey or wine. This year I have decided to (try to) slow everything down and take time with each task of my day, whether it be a morning makeup routine, reading even a...
Excerpt from Narrow Road to the Deep North Days and months are travelers of...– From The Narrow Road to the Deep North and Other Travel Sketches, translated by Yuasa Nobuyuki
a little internet spot
After spending years casually ignoring the internet’s potential- I now seek to carve out a small and secret (albeit online) space to stash little tokens of my life. Perhaps for those who know me already, they will get a chance to see more of what lies under my skin, rests in my soul and propels me through life. so here we go
here is my attempt at engaging directly with the 21st century