March 28, 2014
February 17, 2014
my new (but long desired) Jesse Kamm tote.
my un-styled bookshelf containing measuring tape, sunglasses, regular glasses, cell phone, lip balm, ipod (my one sort of tech concession because i cannot handle people talking on their phones on the bus), tinted lip balm (from Fat & the Moon), beat up notebook, broken in hi-tops, wooden pocket mirror that i've had since high school, tissue box, geode, volunteer name tag, ribbon that accompanied a present that i feel bad getting rid of, hanging planter that needs hanging, and books.
our pistachio ice cream colored walls.
January 3, 2014
October 11, 2013
a catching up of sorts:
a few weeks ago T. and i went to Big Sur, a belated honeymoon. there were rainbows and wild flowers and tall trees in the canyon where we stayed. we ate a lot of bagels and drank a lot of wine. we went on hikes pretty much everyday and i wore an old pair of high waisted Acne jeans and terribly ugly Reebok running shoes (i don't recommend such hiking attire). i felt an unexpected homesickness for California while there. it was so comforting to see piles of sand and seaweed. salty hair and all that.
i quit my job. i'm going to school now (again and forever).
tomorrow is our first wedding anniversary. we're celebrating with dinner at the Farm Cafe, which is delicious and unpretentious and i'm probably going to eat a veggie burger. which yes, was my special wedding day meal.
today is for laziness and listening to the new Glasser repeatedly.
October 7, 2013
She went on, “This is lofty”—a lot of emphasis—“but in one of Hamlet’s soliloquies he says, ‘This brave o’erhanging firmament,’ and he’s talking about the air and the stars and how everything is so alive and so beautiful, and at the end of it he says, ‘It means nothing, it means nothing, and I don’t want to live.’ And I’m, like, ‘How can you see everything and then feel that way?’ I always want to find the reverse of that—to see all the darkness and find the light, as opposed to see all the light and resonate with the nothingness.”