I am currently reading Theft By Finding by David Sedaris and have been incredibly inspired by his ability to keep a journal for a quarter century. I don't know if I will ever write for this long, but I'm excited by the prospect. 2017 has been a year for me-- I decided to document some bullets of my … Continue reading it is not normal to cry into a sandwich about nuclear war: 2017 (so far) line-by-line.
(here's a sample of my growing pile of books on my bedroom floor. is this art?) When I wake up every morning, my glance almost always goes to the pile of books on the floor of my room or next to me on my nightstand. I've got them divided into piles of "read" and "not … Continue reading books, etc.
spotify:user:227erflpbxb3ard7tkt5yhe6i:playlist:28bDGD4HHowqpyrZRnYQbT I've got an extremely complicated relationship with Fall. I can remember feeling unhappy in the third grade for the first time during the season because my mom made me go to church choir against my will, but that is definitely another story for another time. this playlist contains music dating back to my … Continue reading fall by numbers