What are the odds that I have one of these and one of my friend’s needs one?
Actually the odds probably aren’t that impressive. But I like to think it’s some external, cosmic force that has brought us together because the universe knew one day Elisa would need this to listen to music in her car and the universe influenced me to hold onto this even though I haven’t had a cassette player in a car in ten years.
Mechanicsville, Virginia. 26 February 2014.
The same logic used to decide to do a long-distance relationship with Guy is the same logic I used when I thought I could drive 16 hours to go visit him in Arkansas on three hours of sleep. Only an hour into the trip, I realized I was too sleepy to drive, but for whatever reason I could not allow myself to take a nap in my own state. As soon as I crossed the state line into Tennessee, I pulled over and zonked out. This is me post-nap.
Also, I feel vain for posting this selfie, but it was my only pic of the day. And I’ve been skipping a lot of days lately, so this is my attempt at getting better at not doing that anymore.
Somewhere in Sullivan County, Tennessee. 18 February 2014.
Ten dollars was found on the floor downstairs at work.
No one Everyone claimed it. Instead of divvying it up, we decided to buy scratch offs with the money. And then one of us won. So we bought more scratch offs. And then no one won. Then we had nothing to show for it. The end.
Richmond, Virginia. 16 February 2014.