"How was your week?"
"What did you do today?"
"How have you been?"
"What have you been up to lately?"
I have never really thought of myself as socially awkward, but I can be when it comes to questions like these, because I don't know what the other person is searching for.
Those questions are so big, or would at least require a very big answer in order for me to feel satisfied, this is what I'd want to say. But, I get the feeling this isn't what people are searching for.
Knowing I can find contentment in apple-carrot-ginger juice.
W.B. Yeats' "Collar-Bone of a Hare"
I would find by the edge of that water
The collar-bone of a hare
Worn thin by the lapping of water,
And pierce it through with a gimlet and stare
Matthew Rohrer's "Rise Up" & the excitement that comes from mixing different "registers" of language
A decision to "participate" as much as I "encounter"
An Audrey Hepburn influenced ensemble.
(taken from NYSOG blog)
image: what we see: how we see it
Staying in, making dinner with my roommate, building a bookshelf: how we create space & then enjoy it, and how space can be an indicator of emotional well-being.