Nichi 2020


I had some fun with the GlitchLab app. Not all of these photos are originally from August, but I didn’t have a lot of occasions to record.


I spent most of July with Ross. Good month.
Something is on fire.
The quarantine continued. We went to Wal-Mart. That was kinda exciting. Nobody understood the arrows. The behavior at Wal-Mart clearly indicated the utter lack of hope to be found in the American people behaving their way out of this pandemic.


Lix visited.
This is apparently what I look like as an adult.
We look really cute. :)
That time an ex-housemate tried to break in and landed a few scratches on me.


It’s hard to find good pictures for these months.
Old poem, new design.
Canva is a much nicer tool for this than Illustrator.
Someone tore the flamingoes out of our yard. End of an era.
Reading outdoors. For the variety.
This time we made rules for the house from the start.
Sin Zone 2020-05-15
Everything must change.


Using magic, I altered my appearance substantially for a brief period of time.
Actually me.
The first stage of the lockdown included getting the obvious jokes out of the way.


March ended up being the last month for Christina and I. They moved out on rather short notice without explanation.
I was initially worried for them, but another friend mentioned that they’re fine.
This is my understanding of civil engineering.
The last photograph I took in my office before the lockdown.
Who the fuck needs two eyebrows anyway?
I can just paint something there instead.
Things were going downhill, and I think you can see the unwellness.
I had fun being 24.


Back into art.
Lots of figuring out how to write about DID.
Yes, by Nichi Yes, 2020, Marker on Paper
The beginning of things changing.
We played a lot of Pokemon Stadium.
Jade, Addison, Allison, and Anthony
Matthew got into graduate school so we went out to celebrate. He chose Olive Garden.
My whole diet centered on getting as much energy in as quickly as possible.
Honestly, I was a bit of a mess leading up to and during this party. Life was stressful already, and trying to prepare a messy house for a party with limited assistance turned up the heat. I slept maybe eight hours in all that week, and it took me about an hour and a half of the party itself to realize that I should stop cleaning. Still, everyone seemed to have a good time.


I almost bought this, but then decided that being thirty dollars closer to financial independence was more important.
These were supposed to be large enough to cover the floor.
by Addison Morse, stickers on canvas
I didn’t buy the hat.
I needed better housemates.
January 2020 was a good month for selfies.
There’s so many angles to try to approach DID from.
Nyomi did my makeup!