CELESTIAL: Of or relating to the sky or heaven; divine: celestial beings
(design by 79sparrows)
Here’s 2 new graphic creations for you to enjoy.
“She thought she was dead” is a line from a poem I wrote years ago. I came across it the other day while cleaning out my jeep, if that tells you what kind of organized life I live. Upon discovery, I fell in love with this line. It is about recovery, recovery of ANY type—whether you grapple with depression, or are suffering with grief, or addiction, or whatever else kind of fresh hell.
Somehow, You will come out of the worst of it. And like a wildflower, you will be just fine.
“You are sleeping…. You do not want to believe.” This line is an old sound clip that plays at the beginning of Morrissey’s song “Rubber Ring.” I don’t advise anyone depressed to listen to Morrissey, but this song is one of those few Morrissey pieces that isn’t a bummer.
PS. BE HAPPY TODAY.
Eggs and bakey
God said get up
he Tried to save me
”We should go shopping or something—
But I was stuck on stupid
I’m not a jerk;
Washington DC office automation clerk
not sure, but still go to church
Eating half-sour pickles
on my way to work
Take it for what it’s worth.
If you’re like me and like to dump your brain on non-conventional paper, I found some free online graph paper that’s pretty awesome. Mosey on over to this no-frills site to download and/or print some grids.
There’s customizable graphs in triangle, hexagonal, circular, assymetrical form! I printed out several templates, but so far octogonal is my jam. I’m having fun connecting my most convoluted thoughts. Somebody’s gotta do it.
Vipassana: signs of mind and matter. How the mind is influencing the body and later how the body is influencing the mind.
Here’s the jam of the day.
I was a couple moves away from being dead
In that ER overdosin’, eyes bleedin’ red
I fell in love, made an album, got a buzz
Lost it all, sobered up and guess what?
Now we meet again
And I’m back, finally just laughin’