It's totally an illusion. 'Future projects' just turn into current projects. They don't always feel like this but if you have enough of them they do.
i've been drawing on the subway like crazy. it's so fun, i've missed my stop a couple times.
~ cute banjo boy ~
Mostly just cats and ponies on this train. Oh yeah, and one seal. He was barking his head off. Nobody would sit near him.
~despondent JETS fan~
~sweet drowsy teen~
Mounting 'why did i ever leave California' feelings reached a pinnacle today when my the screen on my elliptical machine at the gym played footage of idyllic Northern California hiking trails. I was horrified that I could see the forest but not be in it. I was horrified to know exactly what it smells like but not be able to smell it. I kept swiping it away but it kept coming back.
I left California behind, having faith that every city, every place has it's own sort of beauty to offer. I still believe that. But I'm insulted by this machine, it's assumption that everyone here wishes they could be transported to California, if even just for a little while. Even on a six inch screen.
People in California want to be in New York. People in New York want to be in California. Why does everyone always want to be somewhere else?