DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) And The Aftermath: Part II

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The next morning was Saturday, the day of my opening at Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica. Hannah and I got on the road from Joshua Tree at 10:30 AM and headed for LA.

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Art Shows Are Expensive

Some say that when you’re an artist, it’s your job to break the rules. In some cases, it might not be such a great idea. Not in this caseā€¦

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Slow Gut Acceptance

I’ve been working on a few different projects the past few days, but as always, I feel like I’m getting nothing done. Despite this, I have learned a few things. It’s just a matter of accepting them now. Like how slow and methodical I am. I realized that this isn’t necessarily bad, and I don’t exactly move at a snail’s pace at everything.

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Spent Birthday Time

(The day before) yesterday was my birthday (I forgot to post this Thursday), and I swore I would do nothing all day, but that didn’t happen at all…

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Perhaps Crucial, Not Political

I have never been a political person. Or, that is, I have never been outwardly political. I make a point of not speaking about my political views to anyone, not even close friends. Nor do I speak about religion. I have my various reasons for it.

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