Thursday, May 27, 2010

on the dock with the whole universe pushing down on our hearts. the moon is too bright for stars tonight. goodnight blueberry, you said.

Friday, May 21, 2010

not the same.

just got home from chicago, applied for some jobs. my stomach hurts today, i hope someone hires me.

chicago is like new york, but way less stressful, less people, less going on. it's lonelier somehow.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

my system is the solar.

ALMOST DONE. This semester is seriously the semester from hell, it never ever ever ever ever ever ends. I have my final walkthrough at 1:30...

Cloud Nothings "Can't Stay Awake"
(thought it was fitting.)

You can tell how tired I am, and how tired of school I am. People keep asking, "So how does it feel to be done?" IT NEVER ENDS. Also, let me just complain about one more thing and tell you how sick I am of looking at these images. I've been working on them since September.
Somebody buy my stuff, or give me a job. Please.

Sunday, May 9, 2010


I just got back from a mini camping trip up north in Harrisville, Mi. It snowed while we were there (also I saw a fox! and two deer!) But was beautiful in the bittersweet way, you know the way I'm talking about, and I love my friends so much.

Finally, on Saturday (once it stopped snowing), the men got a fire started. Things started to get good, we were all really depressed and were thinking about going home because it was so cold. We toughed it out.

Lake Huron is literally 20 feet from Drew's parents' place (which is a 10x10 ft. shack, and we had 12 people sleeping in it, and 2 in another smaller shed).

I climbed up this too. We found this on a walk. But I didn't climb all the way to the top. I couldn't make it solely because I wasn't wearing my grip gloves, which are pictured here:

On the right side is my glove peekin' over the lens. None of us packed gloves so we went to Kmart and bought matching gardening gloves that have grips on the bottom. Good for holding beers and climbing things.

Here's some more random pictures of places and things: