"i'm not a invisible. i'm sort of just hidden. like a chameleon, but without the taste for insects." - elizabeth crane, when the messenger is hot
"why was fabulousness important? the world was a scary, sad place and adornment was one of the only ways she knew to make herself and the people around her forget their troubles." - francesca lia block, necklace of kisses
thought i'd take another friday self portrait at knit night, but found this instead. i usually walk to kimball and catch the bus to the brown line, but i decided to walk down kedzie instead since lexie and i learned it's not very far. and when you cross the bridge over the chicago river there's a life preserver. do briges in other cities do this? cause i can't remember ever seeing a life preserver by the side of the road in PA. but they're everywhere by the river in chicago. usually either white or orange, really stereotypical. i find it very quaint. and really, how deep is the river? is the current that strong? i would think hypothermia would be a much bigger problem most of the time.