I love a good cover.
Arrogance and entitlement and drugs can be a dangerous combination. [Philadelphia Weekly]
Because change is the only constant. [NY Magazine]
I extend much gratitude to congressional aide Elizabeth Lauten for using her Facebook to malign the First Family like it was her job. Elizabeth Lauten taught me a valuable lesson in how not to be.
Chaos and clutter are no friends of mine! So during a break from various projects, I took the time to clean out a bin filled with crayons, markers, pens and pencils. I’ve been dumping all that stuff in a container without testing anything. SILLY! What started as a chore turned into a Not Art project of testing everything out and I ended up with this.
I enjoy it because it was made in the spirit of fun.
If you have a recent #NotArt project, share links in the comments.
…because I was recovering from a blood clot, struggling with anemia due to a fibroid the size of honey dew melon and dealing with the end of a 10 year romantic relationship. Work, therapy, wine and the lives of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore in Stars Hollow were the main things keeping me semi-functional and somewhat sane.
Gilmore Girls provided an escape from a deep emotional valley. And although I am thrilled Netflix will start streaming the entire series today, I’m not sure if it’s the smartest thing for me to revisit the show and that time in my life. Then I remembered the episode when Lorelai and Luke broke up and how Lorelai gave into her despair…
‘He could have been the one’
I know what that feels like. I lived that. But I also lived through it.
So I will be watching every single Gilmore Girls episode. Not in some quest to relive when I didn’t know who I was or needed to be but to celebrate that it was okay to be depressed to get to better.