Originally performed for The Come Up Show ATL's birthday show on Friday September 25, 2020. CW: internalized transphobia and mention of She Who Must Not Be Named. Guard your beautiful heart. Non-bi, and only non-bi this month: Related to absolutely nothing: it’s Mark Hamill’s birthday today and I want to raise a glass for a … Continue reading september bi, bi, non-bi: and i think it’s gonna be a long, long time OR: fuck you, j.k. rowling
"Leaving Hogwarts" is still on my Spotify On Repeat playlist right now and damn. Feelings. (John Williams is our greatest living artist, fight me.) ANYWAY: If I had access just now to a Time Turner, I think I'd just go back as far as July 2007. I would go back to the floor of Border's, … Continue reading leaving hogwarts, part II
Lately I've been listening to a lot of John Williams' music for the Harry Potter movies, specifically the end track to Sorcerer's Stone: "Leaving Hogwarts." (Okay, my sweet fellow Puffs. I know you're worried and you're soft, and I love you. Put a snack in your backpack, because it's time for us to go.) I'm still a big … Continue reading leaving hogwarts
Sometimes the logistics of the thing is the real joy of the thing. For example, I was so happy this past Wednesday to look up movie times, bundle up in my coat and scarf, and walk a mile and a half in the chilly sunshine to get to the movie theatre. I was equally happy … Continue reading chasing that hogwarts high, or: okay, FINE, fantastic beasts, you disaster
I think I feel "okay?" I don't really know what that means. I think it's been two weeks since I felt madly, truly, deeply depressed. Or manic. I feel "okay." Right now I'm sitting at my desk, listening to music and snarfing down a bowl of popcorn, and that feels fine. I could be doing … Continue reading … and the philosopher’s mood stabilizer?