jlynnr | INFJ Forum


I love to listen to people talk, get to know them, hear their best ideas. I like to play in the snow, in the rain, and when it's just bright and sunny outside. I read, listen, and (occasionally) draw when there's nothing else to do, and sometimes I'll even write a poem or two (although I haven't done so in a very long time). I enjoy making and drinking many many cups of very strong, very sweet tea, and I would love to have some very strong, very sweet tea with you sometime.

the smell of orange peels and typing random things into google images to see what comes up.
monks and watching people quote tim&eric.
pebbles by running water and stealing mugs from the dining commons.
small green growing things and forcing the binding of my sketchbook into a slow agonizing death.
fountains and not wearing shoes ever.
invisible cities and imagining hugely impractical "senior show ideas" (they're more installation pieces than anything else).
art and living.
It doesn't have to be
the blue iris, it could be
weeds in a vacant lot, or a few
small stones; just
pay attention, then patch

a few words together and don't try
to make them elaborate, this isn't
a contest but the doorway

into thanks, and a silence in which
another voice may speak.

-Mary Oliver

I am in the art building for literally more hours than I am in my dorm.

I have too many ideas and not enough time to express them all.

I am bad at describing/explaining spatial things with words. "That thing over there" could mean a tree, a building, a bug, or my best friend.

My brains are made of space.
In descending order, which 6 things could you never do without?
6. Light
5. Soap
4. Literature
3. Camera
2. Friends
1. God
I would love to do art therapy with children in Ro


"He showed me the future - not what would happen, but who I was meant to be."
--Robert Siegel