a young couple is caught moving a three cushioned blue stuffed couch.
the stairs are narrow in all ways and a tight turn at the top onto an open deck.
it’s a three story house.
upstairs a woman planning to study abroad.
on the second level two appartments
one a new family with several children. (can you imagine? …
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So, here is the vision.
I’m Lisa, i’m here to tell you about my vision and the ai i developed to robotically employ a crew to build and organize an accessible rooftop garden in the residence at the corner of queen and chapman.
Well, good I thought. Finally something i can take my grip from.
This project is my dream project of engineering a functioning accessible community garden. I’ts a big ask. Frankley, i’m afraid of the responsibility.
i fight for access to everyday things everyday. so do you.
disability is our common condition.
we know ableism kills
by denying the things of life
at the beach
torso on drawing
Feddle jumped up at the sound of cracking pottery.
“What happened” she through.
“Nothing.” Magpie inserted.
can you; can you, please, stop
I’m so hungry again.
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(there is still a hella lot to learn) seriously, i’ve recently learned that our guts process seeds. so perhaps part of the sustainability research can include me learning how to grow things from seeds that i process with my body. it’s really an amazing thought. i called it a research agenda. the new research agenda. anyway my gut is where i feel a lot of things. but that’s the sanitized version. i live with something viceral. playing with my gut chemestry, lets call it that for a moment. for this second all my eating agendas collide and i choose hunger. i need to overcome that by figuring out how to access food. what is happening with my gut chemistry. Source: gut bacteria
Source: gut bacteria
This is the excerpt for a future content post.
Source: Future Content
accessibility info: working on it
lot of my digital footprint is inaccessible
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