How do you see the world? I mean, how do you really see it? Pick one thing, anything. Describe it. Hold onto it. Describe it again, and again, and again… This thing will surprise you: it will change over and over again and it will teach you more than you bargained for.
I’ve spent more than twenty years with this thing that accidentally punctured my life. For twenty years, I wanted to get rid of it, lose it, smash it, show it off to the world, bury it, cremate it, feed it to my dog… Mostly, I just ignored it, but now I can’t be without it. It’s become my teacher, my talisman, my muse.
Through my weekly writings, you will experience twenty years of incredibly honest tales, many of which are contradictory, because if I didn’t contradict myself, I wouldn’t be human.