Taylor Hidalgo remembers his grandfather.
Taylor Hidalgo’s many features combine to form something aesthetically perplexing.
Taylor Hidalgo mourns the emptiness of an overstocked wasteland.
Taylor Hidalgo studies the distinction between films and games.
Taylor Hidalgo can feel the walls closing in around him.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for the scenic route.
Taylor Hidalgo considers his car as a meditation chamber.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for validation he doesn’t want.
Taylor Hidalgo spends all his mana on healing spells.
Taylor Hidalgo sees things better with new lenses.
Taylor Hidalgo doesn’t want to be a gatekeeper.
Taylor Hidalgo has barely half as many answers as questions.
Taylor Hidalgo finds the quietness of home more rejuvenating than smashing pottery.
Taylor Hidalgo struggles at times to do much more than sigh tiredly at the day.
Taylor Hidalgo thinks about what he should do, then does something else instead.
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