Another Beautiful Day In Chaos

sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't…

Farming

Peace

I used to really care what other people’s opinions were. I don’t any more. My mother says the same thing to me, every time I need to check back in with myself. I’m proud of myself after surviving the last year. I’ve learned to love the less spectacular things about myself and the messes I’ve made within the confines of my life. I fell head over heels in love with […]

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Baby Mouse Munchers

I’ve been staying at my mom’s house for the past week or so, and have fallen in love with the most adorable creatures. Baby Pygmy owls. ♥ It doesn’t hurt that they eat mice, my least favorite creature. They look tiny and sweet, until you watch it rip into a dead mouse. I’ve never been so in love with a bird in my life. It’s about the size of a […]

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Fermented obsession

The thing about having a garden and being moderately OCD is that I grow things I don’t eat, purely for color and shape. I end up with a lot of shallots, cabbage, beets, and so on… Some of it takes up a huge amount of space after you have harvested the garden for frost. 8 cabbages, for instance. I was trying to juggle other groceries in amongst the giant purple […]

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I Don’t.

“Leave his texts on read, leave his balls on blue…put it on airplane mode so none of those calls come through….”  – Cardi B ♥ I’d be lying if I didn’t admit to playing the villain in a few boys lives. I ghost them all. K- Are you in the mood for something sweet? J- Nope. ………………………… M- Wanna Netflix and chill? J- No. ……………………….. C- I’d love to fuck […]

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Good As Hell

There’s some magic in tidying yourself up. I took the day to myself yesterday, to put my life back together. Hair and nails are at the bottom of my list. I had carbon monoxide alarms to buy and car registration to renew. Checks to order, laundry to fold, dirt to sweep up and my beloved gardenia to water. I got a lot done waiting for the incredible furnace repairman, and […]

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