Saturday, June 13, 2009

Blank Page

Uh, what do I write, what do I draw? A blank page is always the most intimidating thing for a creative person. It can be anything and everything. It can be about your Gramma's phlegmy cough in the grocery store 2 aisles over- you could always keep track of where she was that way... Or a single contour line can describe your lover's butt that you still want to take a bite out of every now and then. Most of all it's about you. And how you see the world- every word, every mark on the page, even photos tell something about you. They are all in a sense self portraits. They are all about choices. Past & Present. Subconsciously, most of the time your Freudian Slip is showing. I'm looking for unconventional answers so I better start asking unconventional questions. All in the sake of what do I want to do when I grow up? Oops, sorry, let's re-think. What do I want to do so I never have to grow up? That's better. So the combination of the unconventional questions and learning more about my inner workings and special powers hopefully with my friends and families help I can fill this blank page
and lots of others.

Thank you to Kasia Blue for a conversation in which the title appeared.


  1. Welcome to blogdom! It really is important to be able to see things from the inside out. Check my posting for this morning.

  2. Aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, that feels better now. I look forward to your evolving self portrait. Much love. xo