Wednesday, May 28, 2008

B13, get me the police.

first, the good.
i have been listening to scott joplin, drinking lemonade, and reading fried green tomatoes. living a life of book sin delicious. truly.

now, the anger comes.
Okay, okay okay.
now you know its hard to trust a storyteller who only trusts their own story about ninety percent. but let me tell you, i think that this happened last night.
my neighbors are incredible, the loudest.
i hate them.
i really can't stand them.
they wake me up at 3 a.m. blaring their music.
they wake me up at 7 a.m. blaring their music.
they are doing so right now. actually, i think they are watching a movie about engines revving, because thats all im hearing from up there.
do these people have jobs?
well last night was the last straw, because i swear to god, some computer or something of theirs was screaming an electronic bingo game. at 4 a.m. loud as monsters. i could hear every letternumber, i could have played along. but i was too angry. B14. G38. BINGO---------this is the most ridiculous thing that has ever kept me up at night. i had anger coursing through my veins like so many snakes. and i have been having nightmares.

goodnight, you assholes. i can't wait to move away from you and your electronics.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

if i was gonna kill you, i'd use my hands

spent the past two days vacationing with jane in and around my house and home. lake hariett and naps took shape, watching the glenn gordon sail across the water. front lawn, listening to kate bush and painting. reading fannie flagg and eating mozarella cheese outside. tonight, there have been rilled vegetables with carissa, babs, jane, and the germs. goodbye, yellow brick road.

but its not all fantasy. i will admit spare moments for lost... (which is what i typed into google to find this beauty.) missing my locals ed, eileen, jenny... and the not-so-locals, leslie and molly, to name a few. come home to me so we can eat beer.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008


photos of my senior show, taken by Jenny and I:

process photos courtesy of Jack Randol:

Saturday, May 3, 2008

current love interests

i dont have the energy to scan anything new today, so here are some old things i can share:

this is one of the most beautiful images i have probably ever seen.its a map of the mississippi river, with it's changes over the years, from 1944. the original book is from is available free, on the internet, which is amazing. i got a glowing globe for my room and currently am working on a map collection.

lately, ive also been loving
etch a sketches

block letters



spanish moss

(the last three are c/o molly, my southern sister)
i finished my business cards and installed my senior show, i only have one final critique left. things seem to be going fairly smoothly.