Day three has been fantastic. Will write more tomorrow but am beat up tonight. Baltimore has been a treat. Wet but cozy. Goodnight, buttercup. Intagramps:
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Der two Started things off a bit late today. The palombos who very kind for having me. Never got the chance to meet Sams ma’s & pops but their hospitality seemed endless. Hope to be back around there again soon. Side note: writing this at a gas station parking lot in Phoenixville, PA. Two police cars come up to my car with lights on. Guess this Altima looks suspicious. My ID check turned out fine though. Coppa’s let me go. I’m just glad they didn’t pull up when I was peeing on the side of the gas station 5 minutes … Continue reading
This has been a long day but a fantastic one nonetheless. Snuggling in the guest bed at Sammi P’s parents just outside Cleveland. They’ve been super & I’ve yet to even meet them. Oatmeal cookies & towels laid out for the morning. Disneys Robin Hood is soothing & setting me up for sleep. This has been a great start. I was rained out from playing outside the restaurant Sam set up in chagrin falls. Explored the town a bit though. Best wrap I’ve ever had. Forget the name already. Trying to stop back in tomorrow before leaving for PA. While … Continue reading
An update. The past couple months have been hefty. I’m not sure where I’ve been for it. I’ve realized a wee bit about change though. Mostly being how necessary it is & how shit it can be with its timing. We don’t get along well. Being in the wrong state of mind has created all the wrong change. Blaming others & convincing myself that they are at fault has been my biggest defense mechanism. I never have wanted to admit that I’m in the wrong. I’ve pushed too many close people away due to my silly & problematic ways. I’ve … Continue reading
Some big plans are in the works, but there will be more news on that soon. We are also working on getting some more videos on the site. In the meantime, enjoy these ones! Just a couple of live recordings of “Willow” and “Pocket Poetry” from this past summer, directed by our super duper friend, Cara Brown.