hey asheville, if you haven’t gotten a copy of As You Were yet, and you want one, i dropped some off at downtown books & news today! go buy them! they’re really good!
and the dog i love.
other interests: plants & books, post-rock & drone metal, medicinal herbs & witchy shit, learning to play drums & make knives.
i have been leaving the house every day, taking hazel on long walks, being incredibly social and remembering how easy it is to do so when there are so many great people everywhere. swimming trips and coffee dates and punk shows, running into friends from four or six years ago and hugging and laughing like it was just yesterday.
but i am so grateful for the four difficult years i spent away from this city because they made me a much better, stronger person. i am finally ready to be home. i am finally home.
also v important: the light of my life.
i have to remember that even though my life right now is incredibly difficult and precarious in so many ways, that is because i am on the verge of amazing changes that will positively affect the rest of my life. and in the meantime, i am surrounded by so many great people that i literally can’t leave the house without running into at least four of them.
i am so glad to be back in asheville.
my most magical friend!
nothing beside remains / summer draws / everyday rains / stomach pits
getting nostalgic for a time in my life when things were so bad, but also so, so good.this person has been my best friend through the best and absolute worst of times. there’s no one i love more in the world than this kid.
A first-timer's reflections on the good, the hard, and the in-between at this year’s Idapalooza.
I went to Ida this year and made a comic about it for Mask Magazine! Thank u emilja for the hookup. You can see the first page on here but then there is a (very very cheap) paywall.
my amazing friend made a beautiful comic for a wonderful magazine, you should probably check it out!!
oh wait, maybe it’s the horror of existing in this world combined with pms.
how could i ever see myself putting down roots anywhere except amongst these mountains?