The Static Silence
Food post Hat Trick

Food post Hat Trick

It’s a cruel cruel world.

It’s a cruel cruel world.

Carmela you are my muse.

Carmela you are my muse.

Swag City population this guy.

Swag City population this guy.

Just sit Bach and listen to the beauty.

Most days are good. You’re not real to me right now. I don’t see you. I don’t see the places we made memories together. It’s a comforting blindness. But out of the blue something will remind me of you. It’s like a drop of food coloring in a glass of water. I’m calm and everything is clear. Then I remember and the red spreads immediately. Spiraling and swirling until it’s all red. I forget there was even water in the glass. It’s this uncomfortable heat that spreads through my body. It’s this prickling hot feeling like a fever that just won’t go away. The kind that makes you kick your sheets while you toss and turn.

I’m excited to be without you. I’m ready for a new chapter. I know this fever will go away when I’m better. I guess love sick is an appropriate term.

YEAH MORE BREAK UP BULLSHIT

Apparently being in a relationship for a few years doesn’t make you any more comfortable when you’re finally single.

WHODA THUNK?

A running list of good habits to work on back in Seattle

thestaticsilence:

  1. Volunteer with animals
  2. Do more stenciling
  3. Don’t go more than 3 days without reading for fun
  4. Stretch once a day
  5. Smile at people when you walk by them instead of looking anywhere but their eyes
  6. Drink healthy smoothies
  7. Listen to music I haven’t heard of
  8. Do yoga consistently
  9. Rock climb with the same consistency
  10. Try out Jiu-Jitsu
  11. Take more photos
  12. Get denied at least once a week
  13. Try to meditate every once and a while
  14. Go to bed on time (whoops)
  15. Above all - avoid complacency

and compliment a stranger once a day courtesy of bobbythewhale

A running list of good habits to work on back in Seattle
  1. Volunteer with animals
  2. Do more stenciling
  3. Don’t go more than 3 days without reading for fun
  4. Stretch once a day
  5. Smile at people when you walk by them instead of looking anywhere but their eyes
  6. Drink healthy smoothies
  7. Listen to music I haven’t heard of
  8. Do yoga consistently
  9. Rock climb with the same consistency
  10. Try out Jiu-Jitsu
  11. Take more photos
  12. Get denied at least once a week
  13. Try to meditate every once and a while
  14. Go to bed on time (whoops)
  15. Above all - avoid complacency
Here’s hoping 6 hours feels more like 6 years.