A Hazy Daze

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For years I have been snapping photos of sunsets, mountains, and clouds, clouds being one of my favorites, especially following a storm. Lavender ice cream or a pastel Schnauzer? Unfortunately, my current landscapes stir up a bunch of dust and create puffy eyes, stuffy noses, and unpleasantly dry skin. Not a good thing for those with allergies. I’m terribly afraid I’ll walk out the door, catch a whiff of the freshly cut grass that makes me break out along with the dust in the air, and sneeze, triggering the glares. Miss the east coast dearly, where allergies were nonexistent for me. I now remember why the west and I are completely incompatible. The wonderful years of little oxygen to my brain cells, making me feel stoned and dead to the world were unbearable.

Dust aside, I decided I needed a little pick me up while in this hazy daze of strange times and huge to-do list. Very happy to be fifty pages in with my new novel, the follow-up to Miss Mannequin. Paperwaif.com is in the middle of major construction to better suit myself and guests. My excerpt and preview pages for my novels are completed while my Style Files and Paperwaif Shop are still in construction. This grueling process takes awhile since I am the shittiest happiness engineer on this planet – forget memorizing the dictionary, memorize css in your downtime. When you feel like bashing your computer every five minutes, it’s time walk away and admire the whimsical clouds.

Published by Aryn Lane

Aryn Lane is the creator of Paperwaif, a shelf featuring contemporary novels, digital publications, and style ideas. As a child, she ran around the family farm and was given the opportunity to work at a young age, offering her plenty of sunshine and inspiration. Always one to stay busy, she's always tackling new projects and trying to figure out how to move forward while prioritizing the daily chaos. Combining her ideas and passions, she dove into fashion design and enjoyed designing collections for her paper muses, but quickly realized that she prefers the quieter environments and country aesthetics. Honing her skills from college, she has actively pursued writing and digital designs while continuing to admire the evolving industries. Paperwaif has offered her a place where she is able to combine her favorite pastimes like digital designs and whimsical stories, pressing them into one setting that can be shared with an audience.

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