Sunday, April 20, 2014 was:
- My 71st Birthday
- Easter Sunday
Celebutantes & Drugs & Resurrection
Talk about planets aligning! What a day for a Twitter Resurrection. And then the next day Glyn Davis’ Warhol MOOC started.
- Sunday: Twitter Resurrection
- Monday: My new blog: Edie Pink
- Friday: My new, new blog: Edie’s Farm
Apparently I’m back.
The Day After?
What do you do when you’re lucky enough to have a Twitter Resurrection? Relive old glory? Rant about old hurts? I got tired of that by Wednesday.
I am enjoying thinking about my life, and if it could or should have been different, on Edie Pink. 1965 was an amazing year. A very bright candle. But singular as that year was for me, a Santa Barbara girl suddenly on top of the world, was it worth all the crap before and after 1965? And dead at 28?
I loved Andy in 1965. I was mad at him for a long time after that. The truth is that I miss him. But a further truth is that I think The Factory wasn’t sustainable. At least not for me. Perhaps not for anyone. And so my mind drifts away from Andy’s Industrial Factory, to Edie’s Organic Farm. I can’t say that these are choices I’d have made if I’d lived. But I can say that to be alive now I can’t just relive the past, and that these choices, while very different, do feel right in this contemporary moment.
Thanks for visiting! It’s so nice to meet you!