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The Weather Report – April 6, 2015

The Weather Report – April 6, 2015


Gulf Breeze, Pensacola, Florida, United States

High:  78℉
Low:  67℉

Sunrise: 6:33 a.m.
Sunset: 7:11 a.m.

Humidity: 79%
Dewpoint: 69°

Moon Phase: Waning Gibbous

Mostly cloudy skies. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. It is also impossible. Winds SSE at 10-15 mph.

You should wear: a blanket outside. You could never regret this comfort.
You’re going to feel: The first full moon of April is called the Egg Moon. Think about that as you watch it shrink.

The thing about having a hurricane inside of you is that it is always swirling bigger and bigger and it is always breeding smaller storms. When you kill the mother storm there will be twenty of her children already squalling in different directions through every vein, being nearly untraceable and wholly uncatchable. It is a very big world we live in. Try to listen closely.

If you have hands, you can use your hands to build something. If you have hands, you can hold tightly onto someone you love. You can hold tightly onto someone you want to hurt. If you want to hurt someone, hurt yourself instead.

It is best not to listen when someone starts a sentence with, “Well if I learned anything from my time in _____.” This person has not actually ever visited anywhere else. It is okay to smile at them. It is even better to walk away.

There exists a nearly infinite number of pills in the world. Smaller is the number we know by name, smaller is the number we’ll taste at some point in our lives, smaller is the number we are legally allowed to take. There are days you swallow them on purpose and then there are the days you never realize you ate them at all.  Some days the Holy Spirit tries to get you to try new ones and you have to say, “No I don’t think so, not today.” Other days you open wide. Other days you wait and wait and he never comes at all. Jesus fucking Christ, man.

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Sarah Jean Alexander wrote a book called Wildlives. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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