The state of the world and the uncertainty of tomorrow have successfully added twenty-five pounds to my figure and subtracted all faith in my future.
Today, I learned nature’s true ability to restore lost faith and hope. I also came to terms with how much I’ve cheated myself lately.
The partner and I were able to experience “Dine In” at a restaurant for the first time since March. The partner has me reading ‘A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court’ by Mark Twain. I experienced a similar disorientation at the ability to have dinner and drinks in a restaurant today. I felt as if that made my heart bleed in a plethora of confusion.
‘Death and Revitalization’ is the title I’m playing with for this piece. That feels at home for me now. My life as I knew it has died. I know I am not alone. I also know I was hit minimally in comparison to many others. I am so thankful for my blessings. I am also thankful to be a tiny part of the revitalization of an industry within my community.
These images and thoughts are meant merely as an outlet for expression and growth. Please feel free to conversate and further my education.