So, I have been trying to not geek out/share/etc, especially before its in my physical possession. But this sucker should be mine before the month is through. After so many ‘almost there’ moments taken away by things out of my control… I should finally have my training wheels. Then I’m going to grab my dads old bike in CA after the new year, and get to restoring it. The best metaphor for putting all the bull shit obstacles behind me and riding off into the sunset. FTW.
Tonight has been a welcome surprise. With what feels like not a minute of free time in weeks, I was gifted a surprisingly slow Sunday night shift (despite being the longest three works shifts all back to back)…and it allowed me motivation to sort some custom orders that’ve been forced to the back burner as well as finishing some pieces to go on etsy. Feels fucking good. #hmvphandmade
Well, pigs have officially learned to fly. My sports hating ass was just gifted the only remotely sports related gift of my life, and well, it rules. Only plus to spending 24hrs out of 36 at work.
vampyrumspectrum said: Greetings from a rainy & windswept UK! What's the best natural treasure you've ever found (not inc. that roadside hawk from a while back!)? Hope you're doing ok. Best wishes, Andy
Hey Andy! I’ve found a lot of pretty special treasures. Any animal that comes when I need it, is an animal of importance to my life (like, hawks, owls, vultures, elk, snake, alligator, etc), or an oddity of some sort (like, I once found a seagull who had a hook imbedded in its talon - not the cause of death, and while really sad, amazing to see).
But, if I will choose ONE, best natural treasure, I would choose this specific horse I found. (I have found parts -all with skulls- of THREE horse skeletons as roadkill - which is insane!) But this, complete horse skeleton that was HUGE and in New Mexico, shaded pink from the land around it, on a road trip with my two best friends, has got to take credit as the best memory of all.
Hope you are well! - Kaiti
Holt Cemetery. Mid-City, New Orleans.