Ever live somewhere that doesn’t smell like sawdust and paint with a side of pancakes and coffee? Me either! (and I wouldn’t have it any other way) Our friend Aaron had some old barn wood to share along with a planer so here we are. With rocks to place in the biggest knots and many more projects and meals to come.
Local activists needed two small people to be this fantastic 2-person lion as part of the Disenfranchisement Circus. For the littles, it was basically a park playdate with a little extra fun but we also got to talk about politics, abolition, and using theater to share a message. Rhys: I wish we could do this every week. It could be really profitable.
It’s been awhile since I found you in my dreams since I heard you in my ear
yet here we are
stories carry waves that shadow time a clothespin digging into my side tingling skin and brushing breeze the geography of ghosts soft skin of give the geometry of fit scratchy timelines woven lifelines staggered breath of now know a different way to go