i’ve come to share all of the glitter from the Birmingham black british bloggers BBB Mixer. Dust your mobile/ laptop screens because it is plentiful. You’re welcome. But honestly. It was so necessary. I said that in the write up post, but I’m going to properly demonstrate the range and variety of bloggers and
happy sunday loves.
i am now at the age that i used to dream about being. and i feel like i’m not alone in trying to hold up that imagined self aside my actual self, to compare. for nobody and for no reason. turning 22 in the last month has helped me to develop ideas
i have been absent on here and it has been needed. i am focussing my energy on a lot of new things and i’m being (re)directed and sometimes withdrawal is the absolute key to life. so. here i am. returning without apology.
i have been thinking a lot about my blog. and i promise
All Monday evenings should end like this. With glitter rituals and ‘Paris is Burning’ snippets aside dancing on what was five minutes previous the performance stage. That is what I feel was the general consensus about the opening night of Fierce Festival’s ‘Pilot Nights’. The scratch night did much to many, it opened up a