I often wonder what I will be known for. How will my internet friends remember me? How with the world remember me?
These are the questions that plague my existence.
The internet is a neat place because I can choose how people view me. I choose the lenses. I choose how I’m filtered. It’s a blessing and a curse.
My days are often spent chasing the feeling of being alive. How do I achieve this? There are many ways to feel alive. Allow me to list a few:
• rain dancing
• standing in the rain
• drinking the rain
• listening to music (bonus points: in the rain)
• making flower crowns
• making art
• running (to add a dramatic effect, run in the rain)
• making good food
• talking to friends
• picking flowers
• giving trees names
All of these can be done in the rain, really.
The color yellow is one I associate with the feeling of happiness. This is why it’s my favorite color.
While we’re on the topic, how do we actually know if the sun is yellow? I can’t look at it for more than two seconds without crying. It doesn’t look yellow to me. The sun is the color of blazing, which is a color I just made up on the spot.
If the sun is the color of blazing, then the moon is considered the color luminous. Do you know what that word reminds me of?
Am I really that predictable?
Leader of the Landslide is seriously underrated and apparently considered explicit??? Bad words??? I didn’t even notice. I refuse to search for a clean version.
I can’t get over the fact that I live in a universe where music like this exists. What a time to be alive.
Back to my original topic.
What will I leave behind? Who’s going to discover this long forgotten space on the internet ten years from now when things have become far more advanced? Hopefully.
Will future readers smile at my silly remarks and bizarre artwork? Maybe.
A digital footprint is a neat concept. I hope I’m remembered as squirrel girl.
P. S. This post is a collaboration with my good buddy Clara. Go check out her blog. Do it. Do it now.
You won’t regret it. She is a fabulous human. 🙂