Five things I wish I could make

There is always a running list of arts and sciences I wish I had talent for, but there have recently been a few that have really stood out as things I want to learn eventually. I think that the different facets of art are so neat, especially when it brings art into everyday things, which… Continue reading Five things I wish I could make

April | pictures, writings, and little thoughts

It's hard to believe that it's already May of 2021. A few more months and I'll be a legal adult, but in the meantime, I have started the process of applying to various colleges, signed up for the CLT test, painted half a tiger, and finished classes for my junior year. Plus some other various… Continue reading April | pictures, writings, and little thoughts

In which I interview a very good friend | collab with listening to the sky

This past weekend it was my great pleasure to make crepes and a pot of tea with a very good friend of mine and then sit across the table on my back porch to discuss art, beauty, and poetry, as well as her new blog, Listening to the Sky. As a formal-ish introduction, Kailey is… Continue reading In which I interview a very good friend | collab with listening to the sky

Of Umbrellas, Great Aunts, and Parrots {camp nano 2o21}

Hullo all and welcome to what will most likely be a sprawling post with plenty of pictures and vague ideas to go around. Prepare yourselves properly. With a bit more time in my schedule due to the end of Mock Trial season, I have grand plans and grand schemes including a hope to return to… Continue reading Of Umbrellas, Great Aunts, and Parrots {camp nano 2o21}

Two Poems

Heyoo friends, this week has been quite a bit busy as it's week of mock trial state competition, so I decided to share these two poems I've written recently, instead of skipping out of posting all together. I hope they make you smile and maybe stop to notice the sunset tonight. Until next week! (:… Continue reading Two Poems

On advice, an examined life, and first and last sentences

I've been slowly working my way through three books on plotting I borrowed from a friend in pursuit of my new project about the timebus (which as a side note and update is going very slowly and I have about as many characters as a Charles Dickens novel so wish me luck). At the same… Continue reading On advice, an examined life, and first and last sentences

I miss your smile {poetry}

I miss your smile but at leastI see your nose crinkle your eyes upand your freckles creasedas I know you radiate like the sun beneath.Like a sunrise sending colors spiraling to the heavens,even when the sun is hidden, just out of sight.Red roses fall, and the pink flush is warming.I miss your smile but know… Continue reading I miss your smile {poetry}