Back in NH for a few weeks. My time here is zipping by.
Lately, I’ve been…
Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed. The War of Art by Stephen Pressfield (Truth: I’ve been reading both of these slowly for a long time. I’m not sure why they’re so slow-going for me, because they’re both excellent books.) I just started Torch, also by Cheryl Strayed. (I’m kind of a fangirl, can you tell?)
Jersey dresses over jeans, pretty much always. (I have a whole bunch of these in various colors.) Infinity scarves. Keen Sisters MJ in Sienna. (I have a hard time with footwear for some reason — Keens are always a perfect fit, to the point that I don’t even want to bother with other brands anymore.)
Liz Lamoreux’s Soul Mantras. Buds on trees. Dad jokes.
Time with friends while I’m in New Hampshire. Also, dry hard cider. It’s my boozy drink of choice these days.
A new leather journal, based on the Midori traveler’s notebook. I dyed my leather blue. It holds five notebooks (my written journal, lists, notes, bullet journal, and art journal) plus various folders & pockets for storing stuff I want to keep handy (stickers, documents, etc). I love this thing. (It replaces my Filofax as, for the moment, I’m no longer using a weekly planner. Gasp.)
‘The Tallest Building in Hell’ – Jared Mees & the Grown-up Children. Actually, all of their music, on repeat all the time. I bought one of their CDs at Tender Loving Empire on a whim one day in March, and I’m a little bit obsessed.
‘No Trouble’ by the weepies. So fucking pumped for the release of their new album! They are my most favorite of all time.
my new tattoo!
looking forward to:
R.T.’s band’s show next week. (This is the second year they’ve played the Seacoast Roller Derby kickoff party!) Returning to Portland in early May. Road tripping across the country in my beat-up-but-trusty Honda Civic.
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