Today is 7 April, Genocide Remembrance Day. It’s a public holiday in Rwanda and Kigali is bereft of sound. I could say that it’s an eerie thing, waking up to birds as usual, but nothing else. No cars, no motos, no lawn mowing, no chopping, no chatting on the streets, no human life. It was … More Quiet in Kigali
Have you been waiting for me to actually start my holiday? Really? Leaving Paris has been messy, but I’ll spare you the details. Tonight I can hear the waves crashing across the street. I needed this. … More The Headway, here we come Spain!
Voici le truc. I’m packing. I’m moving. Yes, it sucks. Yes, I break into tears almost daily now (mostly alone, but increasingly around friends). Yes, my apartment is becoming super bare. Yes, my storage unit is getting very full. Yes, my back hurts. Yes, I’ve stopped sleeping well. Yes, I’m probably losing hair, and my … More An ADVENTURE, Charlie…
You know that thing — that one thing sitting in the corner there? It’s the one your partner has been on you like white on rice for six months to sell or get rid of. You keep saying you will — you’ll get to it! Then you do. Then there is a process. “Don’t bother … More Packing and the fall of the Tumblespirit
Think about it. You can explore a landscape by touch, by smell, by hearing. It often takes all of these senses to fully examine your surroundings. But, to see! To see something beautiful is in itself something beautiful. Art is meant to make you think, right? What is it about art though – what connects … More “Where do you come from?”
An introduction to where I am currently, with plenty of self-loathing and little regard for the future. … More I admit, I’m hope…
A small introduction… … More How dost thou Bust? (a first read)