So I haven’t blogged for way too long, and yesterday I had a day I’d really like to share, and definitely like to document, for me, if not for anyone else! Back in December, when I was busy getting a life in NY, I ate breakfast perusing a series (ok, a couple, breakfast isn’t … More Pitcher Perfect
As some of you may have noticed, I have been drawing a lot recently. I’m working on some larger works, beautifully satisfying, very time consuming. It’s nice to take a break and go back to recounting my US travels, at very least because it takes me, once again, back to studying the work … More A gay icon and using old clothes: NY Pt4
I have taken a few weeks off writing and turned my hand back to pen and ink. Can’t say how nice it feels to be creating again! For all that I hate social media (in principal), it is lovely to have an incentive to create and post everyday, an aim, somewhere to share and get … More Gently passing time.
Day 5 Woke up feeling like my brain was going to explode. SO much I still want to do. The list doesn’t get smaller as every time I cross something off, I find something else to add! However, I feel now I have found some clarity about what I ultimately want from this trip. … More A story of unrequited love: NY Pt3
Day 3 On the third day I was useless. Complete body and brain failure. This is a state I have come to accept as normal. Annoying, frustrating, but normal. I scrapped my original plans, made a lower energy plan, discarded that too and accepted that Manhattan just wasn’t on the cards for today. … More Reader, I stroked his beard: NY Pt 2
What do you think of when you think ‘New York’? I’m guessing for many it’s the skyline. The Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, maybe the Twin Towers are still there in your snapshot? Well, I’ll be honest, I haven’t seen any of it. Three days down and there’s been no shortage of remembering what … More Art is a guaranty of sanity: NY Pt 1
Endometriosis. A fucker of a disease that makes you infertile, while giving you the appearance of being six months pregnant. When I was awarded a Get a Life Fund, the only stipulation was that I must write a blog. I’m good with that, it’s a small (and enjoyable) price to pay. Although writing about a … More Endometriosis and Me