A pencil sketch of a black fairy with curls around her face and leaves in her hair. She's wearing a patchwork jacket and a long scarf with floral leggings and canvas sneakers. She's bent at the waist to better see a small frog, who is looking back up at her.

I've been taking a much-needed breather as my fall semester came to a close.ย  It's been a whirlwind, trying to maintain my GPA and rebrand our business during Covid to be more geared towards digital design than photography.ย  While rebranding with this site (and myself as pea๐ŸŒธtea)), I've been building the framework for the space I want to foster within ourselves.ย  It means more women's studies, more gender studies, and more observations within the human condition.ย  This space needs to not just say it's a safe space but actually provide safety for visitors.ย  I am committed to heralding as many voices that differ from my own as I can, and it begins with more representation.ย  Today's piece was inspired by how little BIPOC representation I see in fantastical art.ย  I enjoyed sketching this immensely, and I'm looking forward to doing more.

I present Sprite and Frog.ย  I hope I get to sketch her again, as I think she has some wonderful stories to tell.

Handwritten, cursive signature says "pea flower tea" in lowercase letters. The flower is a small sketch of a bloom, instead of the word for "flower".
If an idea doesn't explode orgasms of bright sparks, cascading into and setting my own dark places alight, then I probably won't write about it.

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