Electric Blanket, Lightning in a Bottle

Well, it’s 5 AM. My friend S told me that DC wakes me up so early, because I feed her dinner so early. The problem is, I myself go to bed early, and I can’t be bothered to stay up later. Today, I fed DC around 6 PM, and wake up around 4 AM. I think this is called demon hours. Some referred to it as demon hours. Either way, I enjoy being awake in the dead of night before the sun comes up.

Since I did Marie Kondo method, my space has changed. I change the way I relate to space. With so much gone, a vacuum is created. I created a vacuum. I created a vacuum where my closet is. I have so much space now, I am pondering whether I need a smaller apartment. But I don’t wanna create too much work for myself. That’s a different story, I digress…

Close that spark joy are out there. They’re out there in New York City. I am going to find them today.

I find it hard to describe my style, and that’s not because it’s eclectic and weird. It’s because II am currently practicing greater honesty, and so my wardrobe will probably see some new pieces that are startling even to me in their willing Ness to share my personality.

Each piece of clothing, I’ve learned since Marie Kondo, has a personality. I know it sounds weird. but i used to have a me versus my clothes mentality. I felt it was a challenge to interact with my clothes. Now, I thank each item when I put it in the wash or folded it. I treat the clothes with the respect because it kept me warm and help me express myself.

When you think about it, clothes from the olden times were not so easy to get as I can get them today. People in the wild wild West, 151 years ago, before factories existed, I am Magine interacted with their clothing very differently than I do today. And there are people that truly know the meaning of the word covet; they cannot afford to access the cloth that is showing their personality, or even fitting their body properly.

Who knows how to sew? Who knows how to sew well? my mother is a good seamstress. She has a sewing machine and when I was young I used to make things with it. I made dog clothes and aprons. I mended little things.my mother is a good seamstress.

My friend N is a good seamstress, too. she makes all sorts of things. An old coworker, also named Ann, made the most wonderful A-line skirt and bright purple and deep teal. I think it is a human right to express oneself to clothing and adornment.

What is the difference between a right and a privilege?

Today I am watching a movie about the peninsula wars. I write also to M who knows a lot about history. The movie is called the duelists, and ridley Scott directed it. It won the Cannes Ward, and he made this movie first. It was made in 1977.

I felt curious about Napoleon’s time period after
The Goya exhibit.

That’s all for now.

Pearl

By justpearlythings

I am a writer, a lover, and a believer in the good things in life. I write about mental health and wellness, along with book reviews and fashion opinions. My blog caters to thoughtful, growth-minded women and men, and offers insights and personal challenges that provide a space for relevant, meaningful connection. The World Wide Web is vast, it contains multitudes, and so do we as people. I believe that through self-awareness and honesty, we create a more loving planet for everyone. Feel free to follow this page and share it with friends and family. Love, Pearl

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