Life Goes On
It's the end of many eras towed away, I sold my little red car that I had owned for twelve years. It was the first car I had bought so it had seen me through ignorant teenage days and wild party nights, been on countless road trips, moved Chris and I across the Southwest and back. It has hauled paintings, family and friends. It seemed so wrong to just have it towed away without a ceremony or service of sorts, but it's just a machine- moving parts that carry my memories because I placed them there. The metal does not feel abandonment, it's all in my head. Goodbye car!
Life has been great: hanging out with friends and family, doing volunteer work at the Storyland Mural project, celebrating passing lives, and rockin' out with my band Smells Like Monica. Below is a slideshow of some of these moments, enjoy!
Hi, Em really enjoying your pics on your blog...you have such vision. Just a note: my dad was one of the original painters of Storyland...
Really enjoyed your pics Em~
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