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Drunk stoned brilliant dead

Drunk stoned brilliant dead

My mother said, and has captured for posterity in her memoirs, that I reminded her of Wednesday Addams. She’s as apt a metaphor for my childhood as anything “dark” and morose. 

“Child of woe is wan and delicate…sensitive and on the quiet side, she loves the picnics and outings to the underground caverns…a solemn child, prim in dress and, on the whole, pretty lost…secretive and imaginitive, poetic, seems underprivileged and given to occasional tantrums…has six toes on one foot…”
— Charles Addams

My mother said, and has captured for posterity in her memoirs, that I reminded her of Wednesday Addams. She’s as apt a metaphor for my childhood as anything “dark” and morose. 

Child of woe is wan and delicate…sensitive and on the quiet side, she loves the picnics and outings to the underground caverns…a solemn child, prim in dress and, on the whole, pretty lost…secretive and imaginitive, poetic, seems underprivileged and given to occasional tantrums…has six toes on one foot…

— Charles Addams

I am attempting to deal with my late mother’s life work. Among other things, she left two huge, heavy boxes of manuscripts, notebooks, and audio recordings. I found this portrait of her today stuck between some pages…

I am attempting to deal with my late mother’s life work. Among other things, she left two huge, heavy boxes of manuscripts, notebooks, and audio recordings. I found this portrait of her today stuck between some pages…

Shit I find when I clean my kids’ room: Oblong gum ball. Remnant of Easter.  Judging by its location, hidden by a child for some postponed enjoyment.

Shit I find when I clean my kids’ room: Oblong gum ball. Remnant of Easter. Judging by its location, hidden by a child for some postponed enjoyment.

Note to self: start a Tumblr called, “shit I find when I clean my kids’ room.”

Note to self: start a Tumblr called, “shit I find when I clean my kids’ room.”

Unicorn hard-on.

Unicorn hard-on.

Dig.

Same as it ever was. 

Never gets old. 

TMI.

TMI.