Cats do not like fruits
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So other than riding my bike to the bar on Friday night, and riding my bike to go shopping on Monday, I didn’t get a lot of exercise.
I took Trike (my chihuahua) to the dog park with some friends on Sunday and jogged a bit, but nothing worth writing home about.
It’s hard to keep myself honest when I’m with my partner. He eats like a teenage boy and I join him in that behavior gladly. I need to find a way to moderate that a bit without feeling like I’m not having any fun. Also, we drink too much beer.
Also, I was watching footage from Project Nunway and when I got on stage you can hear two bitchy queens in the background say things like “hideous.” Not sure if they’re referring to me or my look. But either way it’s been sitting with me ickily all weekend. It sucks to get bullied as an adult by other adults. Especially when they’re supposed to be in your “tribe.”
Gonna go make some acorn squash and sweet potato soup for the week. If nothing else, I’ll eat well during the week in order to have more wiggle room during weekends.
I want a community of people where we can support each other and maybe even challenge each other to meet our fitness/health goals. I want a community of people who are not only looking for motivation but a support group. More importantly, I want a community of people who know that even though we…
It’s here! After a year of work, the first run of my dead dad zine is for sale on Etsy. Get your sad on— Check it out.
“Over a year in the making, “ash & bone” documents the first year following my dad’s death. Interspersing prose poetry and narrative memoir, the zine explores grief, trauma, and transition (in more ways than one) in a family thrown into chaos. Original cover art produced by me/my scanner.
18 pages, black & white. 5.5 x 8.5”
please signal boost this for my broke ass!
I just wanna say that Samuel Delaney is the most amazing Sci-Fi author ever. And he’s queer! I’d recommend “Nova” as a starting point.
i believe wretchedoftheearth and some other bloggers compiled some and i’m being lazy
YO. there is a goodreads reclist that is str8 9 pages long. can you tell me what you read next? we can read it together!!
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