inventorynoun, [in-vuh n-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]

  1. a complete list of items such as property, goods in stock, or the contents of a building.
  2. chiefly N. Amer. a quantity of goods held in stock: in our warehouse you’ll find a large inventory of new and used bicycles.
  3. (in accounting) the entire stock of a business, including materials, components, work in progress, and finished products.

a lot has happened this week but all of my words have gone into letters and emails and phone calls. i’m fresh out. although one thing i haven’t mentioned to anyone is that i had a delicious breakfast croissant today but i can’t remember the name of the street vendor it was from. hopefully they’ll be there next sunday.

so, in lieu of boring updates, here is a list of good things:

  1. sufjan stevens, eugene (live)
  2. italian podcasts
  3. learning how to play the ukulele (thank you kevin)
  4. poetry workshop exercises
  5. slow and steady progress with the poem/words cave
  6. sweater weather!
  7. the voyager golden record
  8. rumbling tummy laughs
  9. new york bagels
  10. spotting dogs on campus