“The hardest part of art making is living your life in such a way that your work gets done, over and over – and that means, among other things, finding a host of practices that are just plain useful. A
I mentioned a few months back that I was getting tested for ADHD. I’ve since completed this test, and the diagnoses was a clear indication that I at least demonstrate the qualities of “inattentive” ADHD, the modern term for ADD.
Did you know that your socks actually want to be neatly folded, and not twisted into a lumpy sock-ball? If you’re like me, you’ve been abusing your socks since you started washing towels with garments (because like me, you just
It’s been awhile! I’m really happy at this point in my life, which is maybe why I’ve been so quiet. I was never a fair weather blogger. I’ve grown in the past few years, if only in the fact that
The cloud cover is so thick that the street lights remain on and the foliage gives off the most muted green. Everything is soggy. Nothing has a chance to dry, as rain and mist saturate leaf, skin and roof tile.
I don’t get much sleep these days. I have a four-month old, and she wakes up at least twice in the night to be fed. I feel strung out, but happy. Last night I decided to hit the sack around 8.
I met a very special man on Christmas Eve 2014. He had more gray hair in real life than was revealed in his picture, and he was shorter than I’d imagined as he stood in my doorway. We drank the