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I'm inclined to write it down because it feels kind of temporary. I think it changes seasonally, but I'm also in a strange place with work and the ground is shifting
- •Wake up around 8
- •Have a glass of black cold brew if I remembered to make some the night before
- •Put on railroad striped overalls, an undershirt, my silver jewelry, and once white converse
- •I wanted to take my head off but mommy said NO!
Or, a recent history of pretty cool things I won't stfu about
- •A particular interview with Bill Moyers on Fresh Air
- •Wonder Woman
- •Disposable cameras
- •A Sony Betamax camcorderLed to a rabbit hole of subsequent Ebay searches and camera forums don't do it
- •A yoga matThat won't make me slip like Bambi on ice
- •The Godfather DVD box set
In my experience. It's a tough/crippling one. Tell me yours.
- •Limiting social/friendship/romantic things to the ones that want to be around youI'm impulsive. My nature is to reach out to someone the second I want to see them and ask them about everything in their brain which is probably overwhelming. But rejection (even the incidental kind, or the pulling away, or the overlooking) wreaks havoc on a brain like mine. Sometimes it helps to just stop, and see who comes to you.
- •GabapentinNon addictive, non zonking, looks like Wes Anderson picked the color
- •Sun Potion's AnandamineMix with hot water, honey, and almond milk. Lots of vitamins. Tastes like hot chocolate + reishi which is very calming and good for the liver.
From Adaptation, written by Charlie Kaufman
- •There was this time in high school. I was watching you out the library window. You were talking to Sarah Marsh.
- •Oh, God. I was so in love with her.
- •I know. And you were flirting with her. And she was being really sweet to you.
My dad narrates audiobooks, so while I've talked about them and thought about them in some detail, I've only ever listened to a handful. Abandoning podcasts for a bit.
- •Lincoln In The BardoSo far, I love it. Been listening to the shit out of it. The many narrators thing is utilized well, I was worried it would be kind of a gimmick. But after reading the book, it makes sense. Curious if there is a confusing adjustment period if you listen without having read it first?