high-wire-operated brain, power on.

Goodness, the monumental first post is here. Unfortunately, I do not have any parting words to really justify my excitement, so this post will have to do.

a different kind of little red book

I leave for Beijing in 24-some hours, and I am crazy excited to the point where boredom is simply inexcusable for the 13-hour flight. I have a new red journal to write! I can’t wait to write about daily happenings and fill up the pages with doodles. NEW JOURNAL — now how is that not exciting.

I am attempting to fit everything into one suitcase (under the 50 lb limit), one backpack, and one purse. I would totally take advantage of this two-suitcase-limit-for-international-flights-only but we all know that I am going to come back with like, six cases the size of baby hippos. Sorry, baby hippos, but I don’t think that you’d want to be forcefully shoved onto a plane compartment. We’ll see how my packing prowess measures, as I attempt to fit heaps of clothes, anvil-sized books, a laptop, tangled-up electronics, toiletries, and whatever else I deem necessary.

Riiiight. In my defense, it is 3:18 AM and I should have better things to do. Like rest my eyelids. Or exercise my dream interpretation skills.

In other words, I have ZZZZZZZZZs to manufacture.

4 comments on “high-wire-operated brain, power on.

  1. That’s a beautiful picture, and wow, Beijing + plane + new journal = excitement overload, hahaha. Oh, oh, oh, are there going to be any sunsets/sunrises on your flight? I LOVE seeing those from the sky. ๐Ÿ˜€

    I’m terrible at writing in paper journals, because I always want to write so much but it takes so much time and my hand gets so exhausted. ๐Ÿ™

    Wow, that sounds difficult. All the best with your ambitious packing plans. ๐Ÿ˜€

    LOL, nice.

    Go manufacture those Zs! ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. How exciting! I hope you have a great time in Beijing. And mmm, I love new journals. ๐Ÿ˜€

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