Archive for June, 2009

Home in Ann Arbor

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Warning! Warning! Critical Mass Reached!!

I am getting rid of as many things as I possibly can. Yesterday I recycled all of high school, and it felt great. Today I’ve mainly been organizing sewing supplies and Things In Boxes, which has somehow cut down on structural mess.

I left my cute little apartment on Saturday, and it was a very sad day. There were things about it that I didn’t like, but what house doesn’t have its shortcomings? I could not have lived in a better place, no matter what most people feel about clawfoot tubs and sitting down in the shower.

I clearly don’t know how to fit the last year into blog entries, as I’ve managed not to post more than a few since the summer. I was extremely busy, and I guess that’s all I can really say. In the meantime, while I try to get back into some kind of reasonable writing stride, here are photos from the last show I costumes (in April/May). (*Edited to add*) The production was a short play called Aria Da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Millay. There are three other characters, but their costumes weren’t anything special. Two are dirty peasants, and the third wore a toga and the ugliest things I’ve ever created (the boots of tragedy, which in theory are somewhat attractive…)



Why Study?

Sunday, June 14th, 2009



I’m not sure who wrote this, but it defnitely feels appropriate.


Thursday, June 11th, 2009

I know I keep saying that, but as of Tuesday at 2:15 I left my last final.  Now I just have to walk.  Do you think anyone will notice if I hide knitting in my sleeves…

Strange Day

Friday, June 5th, 2009

As of 10:15AM, I left my last college class. What now? Clean the house?

The only thing standing between me and the end of my college career

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Is the sound of a teacup.