Craig. 21. Western Pennsylvania (Aka the middle of nowhere).
Artist in whatever way pleases me.
My blog consists of things I find beautiful or interesting and personal posts about my art and life.
If it wasn’t so fucking expensive.
Those were the days. I’m laying her unable to sleep, thinking about the past two years. 2010 was really the best year of my life so far. It was so amazing, filled with such amazing people. Especially my friends from Room 101. I will never forget them. From when Emilie, Christie and I first hung out there the day they moved in to when one of my best friends from Standard, Beth, moved in with them to those fleeting days when Melissa and Alex became staples of the room and I slowly stopped having contact with any of them because I was too obsessed with a girl I desperately needed saved from.
I love all of you guys, and I would list you all but I’m sure I’ll forget someone and I wouldn’t want to do that. I just want to say you’re amazing people and even though we’ve split up and we’re all over the place now, we’ll always be friends and I’ll always consider you my family.
Before we start comparing the death of unborn humans to full blown nazi genocide of complete families and communities with the genocides in today’s world that is happening in other parts of the world. Let’s take care of everyone who has already been born, then we can move onto the topic of abortion.
I consider hundreds of my friends close friends, but we always grow apart because I don’t have enough time for all of them. It’s a shame, I know some pretty awesome people.
College isn’t what they say it is. We don’t need it.
I want to drop out of college and just work a job and do different kinds of art on my own time. It seems like the perfect life for me, why does everyone think it’s such a terrible thing to not go to college?