This aggregation of form must be like the slow building of a snail shell. The work is in just adding to what’s there: starting at that one spot where the growth left off, working your way around but always spiraling outward, always adding on to — each movement contributing to something larger. Aggregations.
It’s all very satisfyingly witchy, having these magical vats doing my bidding all over the house, relying on me to tend them but also mostly doing their own thing ...
I decided that I deserve some too, so I made them, because I'm my own god, I guess? Or at least, I'm my own disorganized but somehow lovable sentient creature.
Hello, so here's what I'm reading, more or less. Are you on Goodreads? If you send me a friend request I'll friend you, as a verb. Then we'll be modern friends who can just stalk each other's reading lists but never, ever talk on the phone. It's pretty close to perfect.
Well look at this. It's Diane of Yimmeke Design showing off the market bag she made but also, surreptitiously perhaps, displaying her new Secret Lentil gothbonnet. GOTHBONNET.