• read each book on my mysterious 27 list, at my own pace and document them to preserve the knowledge. book review? art piece? book?
dec 9 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +

it's time for me to get real about my social presence.

this is a topic that has consumed me from the inside, out and its time to address it.

I've never been a facebooker, so naturally that platform didn't really serve me, aside from tagging friends in random photos, and capturing some of my happiest moments.

but it was never often enough to make my facebook friends grow to expect regular posts - and that makes me happy. because i never introduced the element of pressure into my social media experience.

social media has always been a place where i go to share what i create - be it a plate of really good food, a beautiful, rare moment in nature worth noting, or an intimate set up displaying my spiritual journey -- created my own online digital open diary.

dec 5 2019 ∞
dec 5 2019 +
  • black leggings
  • cotton rounds for face
  • brow pencil
  • contact solution
  • items for hair~
    • deep conditioner
    • hair for twists
    • gold hair jewelry
dec 5 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +
  • linkedin update
  • vocal, tonight
  • clean up computer
  • get computer back on Windows
dec 9 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +

On November 14, 2014, I made a list of all the books I got in one library visit. 27 of them.

An assorted stack of memoirs, art biographies, poetry collections and other paperbacks that I was guided to one long evening at the campus library.

At the time, I was a Creative Writing student - faced with the task of compiling a portfolio for the end of the semester.

As a seeker of natural inspiration, I glided into the library and hand-selected 27 books, though it felt like an outer body experience.

And my then, present self was preparing my now, present self for uncovering inspiration from a deeper source.

A source that to me, at that time, then, in the campus library wasn't quite clear.

But it was something about pulling book after book down from the tall shelves pack...

dec 5 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +
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  • 100 The Work That Changed British Art by Patricia Ellis
  • 101 Ethical Dilemmas by Martin Cohen
  • A dictionary of Surrealism by Eyre Methuen
  • A Maze Me: Poems for Girls by Naomi Shihab Nye
  • African-American Art by Sharon F. Patton
  • Boy In The World (A Memoir)
  • Classical Myths That Live Today by Sabin
  • Collected Shorter Poems by W.H Auden
  • Diary of an Old Man by Chaim Bermant
  • Dragonslippers by Rosalind B. Penfold
  • Ekstasy: Out of the Body Experiences by David Black
  • Frida by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand
  • Friend of Heraclitus by Patricia Beer
  • Memory and Forgetting by Jean-Claude Filloux
  • Myth by Robert A Segal
  • Poems and Versions by David Wright
  • Purple Fables by Ingo Swann
  • So That's How the Moon Changes Shape by A...
nov 15 2014 ∞
dec 5 2019 +
  • yrsa daley-ward
  • lang leav
  • charly cox
  • naomi shihab nye
dec 9 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +

it took you shattering the pieces for me to realize that i'm a puzzle.

scattered, complex, but edged and curved to perfection.

so putting the pieces together happened naturally.

dec 9 2019 ∞
dec 9 2019 +
  • amelie
  • at eternity’s gate
  • eat pray love
  • mathilda
  • oh Lucy
  • the silence
  • her
  • movies about writers
nov 27 2019 ∞
dec 5 2019 +
  • t r a v e l
  • watch movies and TV shows
  • listen to music
  • spend time outdoors
  • eat spirit happy foods
  • automatic writing
  • revisit old works ~for inspiration
  • open handed drawing & journaling
  • meditation corner
sep 18 2016 ∞
dec 5 2019 +