Hi pals. My friend Clare and I are visiting the UK from 12/31-1/09 and we’re looking for some folks to stay with in London for a few nights. We’re super nice and clean and we will sing for you. Please let me know if you have a floor for us to sleep on! Big love.
P.S. If you can’t put us up, but want to hang, hmu!
Shoutout to all of you! my buddy Shriya & I are looking for pals in London! Let me know if you’re in the area.
Thinking so much about last fall when I only listened to Wilco & felt so weird all the time & was fallin’ out of love & fallin’ back into it with someone else and nights started getting really, really warm with friends. I am missing it!
“Sagittarius: This week, work on doing the projects you’ve been putting off. Resole your boots or darn the hole in your sweater, fix that one wobbly chair in your kitchen, fix the leak in your bathtub. Take good gentle care of your body. Take good gentle care of the friendships that keep you whole and alive. Work on patching things up, this week, in your body and your house and your world. Work on letting your scars heal as fully and finally as they can. Do all the things you can to leave this week stronger than you were.”—in which Madame Clairevoyant is extra true to her name and includes the to-do list I made yesterday in this week’s forecast.
“Many successful women suffer from impostor syndrome. Impostor syndrome is the feeling that you’re a fraud—that you’re somehow less qualified than your peers, less deserving of success, and that you’ll be ‘found out’ if you don’t work longer and harder than everyone else.”—
Joyce Roche, Avon’s first African-American female vice president
“Sagittarius: This week it’s going to feel so good open the window and turn up your music and clean your kitchen, or vacuum your room, or give away the sweaters you never wear anymore. It’s going to feel good to get ready for cold days, for days when you need your house to be safe and warm. It’s a week for walking away from the things that can’t sustain you, for leaving behind the places that are not good for you, the places with air that’s hard to breathe, the places where you can’t live anymore.”—Madame Clairevoyant is gettin’ it so right this week.