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A poem I submitted for a zine about a beloved local grocery store.

Are discarded tress surprising to squirrels?

Local squirrel confounded by tree’s new ‘horizontal living’ choice. Neighbors report it’s been dabbling in avant-garde landscaping.

National Squirrel Day

National Squirrel Day is on Sunday, January 21st. Squirrel day in winter‽ It’s to remind us that food is scarce for squirrels in mid-winter. That’s pretty cool. Well, not that food is scarce, but that a squirrel day is set on this day to remind us that food is scarce for them this time of …

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Long exposure of snow, long album about winter

Ever wondered what the quiet of snowfall sounds like? 🤫 I paired a serene snow scene with the minimalist music of Philip Glass, John Cage, and Arvo Pärt. Read my blog for a journey into winter’s whisper. ❄️

The image of a plain beige flag, created in the style of Impressionist painters, is now ready. It embodies the unique brushstrokes, light, and atmosphere characteristic of Impressionist art.

Reclaiming the ‘beige flag’: celebrating everyday uniqueness

Embracing our quirks! Did you know the term ‘beige flag’ isn’t just for relationships anymore? It’s about celebrating the unique, everyday traits that make us who we are. From consistent breakfast routines to peculiar music tastes, let’s celebrate our individuality!

Keeping track of where you’d like to visit

Curating the ultimate adventure catalog! My Google Sheet holds 279 must-visit spots, from art museums to bicycle collections. Stay tuned for more categories like sculpture parks and famous trees!

Making notepad pages for 2023

Writing is not only about getting thoughts out of your head, but also about putting thoughts into your head.