(also i’m still doing my daily writing project, i’ve just been too lazy/disorganized to type out the poems in my notebook. but they exist and i’ll post them when i come back)
this is just a post to say that i’m okay even if i haven’t been around much and probably won’t be for little while (few days to a week). i’ve been spending as much time as possible with friends and family and am not on the computer much. but if anyone in a mutual follow lives in canada and would like to text, i can message you my number.
thank you to everyone who messaged / commented on my personal posts lately. your kindness and support means a lot.
i keep opening the text window and closing it again. i feel like i need to say something, but i don’t know what. there was a stabbing yesterday that killed five people from my school. one was a friend. i didn’t know him outside of group situations, but we’d been friendly for four years, and he was close with my ex-girlfriend. he was always kind. we asked each other about plans and how our days were going. i have this vivid memory of my ex complimenting his bow tie and him being really flustered. i can’t get his voice out of my head. he was a good person. when things were hard, he knew how to make everyone laugh and feel better. i wish i’d had a chance to tell him that.
i’m going to be off tumblr for the next week. i’ve been online a lot lately and i think it will be good to take some time to work on projects / sort out my thoughts without distractions. i hope everyone is doing well. see you again soon <3
What’s the deal with airline food?
An airline meal or in-flight meal is a meal served to passengers on board a commercial airliner. These meals are prepared by airline catering services. … The airline dinner typically includes meat (most commonly chicken or beef) or fish, a salad or vegetable, a small bread roll, and a dessert. [“Airline meal.” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 7 April 2014. Web. April 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airline_food>]
"Life seems so unlikely when you look at it up close."
Rat Girl, Kristin Hersh