Wrapping up 2021
Highlights from 2021
I know you’ve all been getting a deluge of end-of-year newsletters so I’m hoping that I staggered the timing of this one enough so that it’s not too annoying. I’m going to do a run through of moments I’m grateful for from 2021 (there are so many so these are just a few).
And a quick note before I get into it — I’m back on instagram @memory__work and here’s a post about why I gave up on no social media (lol).
Grateful for the Kensington Dog Run
Grateful to Txtbooks for helping me print stuff for the Printed Matter Art Book Fair.
Grateful to have seen Emily Oliveira’s work at BRIC
Grateful to have gone to Jing Fong’s iconic dining room on Elizabeth st one last time with Chiara & Liz.
Grateful that my grandma powered through COVID and made it to 100 years old in the following June.
Grateful to have gotten vaccinated
Grateful to have celebrated Papaya’s first birthday.
Grateful to my parents for letting me interview them for my project with Ada X.
Grateful to have said goodbye in person to Kiera Foti before she moved to Maine
Grateful for Dyke March!!!
Here’s Nina Simoneaux with a flower.
So so so grateful for my cross-country road-trip with Dann and Papaya. And grateful to everyone that hosted us along the way.
Grateful to have picked up foraging as a hobby. And grateful for everything I foraged upstate, in Cape Cod, and Prospect Park.
Grateful to have visited family in Houston
Also grateful to be back with my students in person!
Grateful for the Small Press Picnic. Thanks Small Editions!
Grateful to Papaya for letting me dress her up as Divine for Halloween.
Grateful to visit Nina Simoneaux’s family in New Hampshire
And grateful to go on walks in the Rockaways with Dann
Grateful to have one more year in my 20’s left!
Grateful to visit Lina and Max in Puerto Rico
And that’s it! Here’s to a healthier, happier year in 2022.
Wishing you all the best,