Psyched to do the logo and this hy pup cover art for my favorite local band Weaponized Flesh! Love seeing their demo cassette out and it’ll be the best day when they can play shows again. First practice! I was there hanging out and sewing my Halloween costume.
Quick stop back at the Rock Garden, giants stomping around Lilliput.
After Amicalola Falls, we went to the Bigfoot Museum! A large permanant collection of genuine Bigfoot artifacts, life-sized dioramas, sighting maps, a theater and a room that is all Boggy Creek! LOL, the feces sample was “collected while steaming warm.”
The tallest waterfall in Georgia, 729′! This was my second time seeing these impressive, cascading falls and I will not soon forget it, my thighs were sore from those stairs for days afterwards! Hahaaa.
My high school art teacher gave me a Speedball blockprinting kit for graduation and I still use it today, 18 years later. The inks are long gone of course, but whenever I carve and print a simple design, I’m reminded of her encouragement. I woke up Wednesday, excited that my state flipped the senate. By […]
1 Second Everyday for 2020! This was a horrific, sad, and uncertain year for mankind collectively, but a not-terrible year for me personally. I ran over 100 miles, swam with manatees, saw over a dozen waterfalls, got more tan and freckled than I have in years, almost drowned, sold the house, bought a new car, […]
What makes the Bamboo Forest so special to me is that it feels like a hidden gem within Atlanta. I hiked the East Palisades Trail by myself a couple times after my pre-op appointments and it is truly one of the better nature preserves in the area. There are some steep portions of the hike, […]
November was a tough month, but I took time to work on myself and I’m grateful for a lot of things. I spent a long weekend cuddling animals, eating THREE Thanksgiving dinners and too much dessert (I am most thankful for good friends dropping off food to me!). This was also my first year picking […]
September 2017 The hospital was founded in 1842 as the Georgia State Lunatic, Idiot, and Epileptic Asylum. But, like Satan, it went by several names during its long history. The facility had grown into the largest mental hospital in the world by the 1960s and quality declined as patient numbers swelled. Rumors spread of mistreatment […]
This is a mash-up of two visits to Georgia’s longest and (maybe?) most picturesque covered bridge. Like Cloudland, this is a spot I repeatedly end up in times of major self-doubt, confusion, loss, or heartbreak. Most recently, I made it out there in time to see a gloomy sunset and let my brain empty out […]