I leave my emotions and blood pressure on your watch. Please be nice to them.
This first game was #skressful. But we shall overcome.
(It’s day 3.5 because I forgot to post yesterday.)
So I make a huge stink about men feeling entitled to be involved in decisions concerning my hair. Until, I realized the community hair thing works both ways.
He wouldn’t want to come home, without warning, to me with a low fade just because it was Tuesday and I felt like it.
I wouldn’t want to come to a bald face man.
So. I guess I’ll have to add conditions like, let’s at least discuss hair-impacting decisions before either makes a jump.
With future man, that is…
On my way back from lunch (Kimchi fries were calling me today, don’t judge), my ears picked up the term “avant garde” in a KERA story on the radio. It’s one of those words that I knew the general context of but not the real meaning and today, my ignorance had to end.
So I looked it up. I’d like to say that I conferred with the most scholarly of sources, but I was driving (don’t text and drive, kids) so I picked the first link that offered an explanation….Wikipedia.
Can I say that everything about this definition thrilled me?! I think all that is innately me speaks to this way of living. Like, yeah yeah yeah. I want to like…add this to my life resume. So Avant-Garde. Or whatever.
So yesterday, at the zoo, I found myself asking my friend about how deerbras (deer +zebra hybrid) are made. For a second, I thought this was a real animal. Until I remembered that a deerbra was an animal invented by the imagination of Kevin Hart. Apparently, if you hear things and go to sleep and wake up a few times, they can somehow be fused into your mental reality.
But deerbras seem like a highly plausible possibility. I know, because I saw a deerbit (deer + rabbit) last weekend. Sure it had a proper scientific name but deerbit I named it and deerbit it shall be.
Note: In order to perfect my anecdotal and general writing skills, I will be writing a blurb of something or nothing at all (half full vs half empty) daily. Titles will help me keep count.