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  • Hello There!

    I'm Sarajane, a blogger and photographer based out of Asheville, NC.

    On this blog you can find stories from my life, my thoughts on the world,
    and photos of some pretty fantastic people!

    Grab a cup of coffee (or bourbon) and make yourself at home!
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    with love,

Patience, Perspective, and letting go of Happy Endings.

Today, I realized every story doesn’t have to have a happy ending. I was never much for fairy tales anyway. Rather preferring the grit and gutter of real life. The monotony and slow steady pain that may never find release. A realist I guess.

Even as a child I’d already seen too much to believe in love at first sight.

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On guiding principals and preservation.

I’m reading through my old journals right now. Starting from the beginning and hopefully reading the archives of my life. Partially to reminisce, but, mostly to remember. To collect the stories and use them for projects that I’m working on. While doing so, I can’t help but think of where I’ve come from and how I’ve grown. I can’t help but notice patterns of behavior and coping mechanisms developing in those early years that are now just pieces of my existence.

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Travis Mitchell - July 22, 2015 - 10:30 am

Wonderful blog. I love how honest you are. I have similar behaviors. Maybe, I should start journaling.

sarajanecase - July 26, 2015 - 2:50 pm

You should definitely start journaling! :) I love the thought, thanks for reading Travis!


Meet Joanna.

empathizer. artist. peacemaker. teammate. friend. supporter. fun-lover.

See more from the black and white series here! 

Donna Dobbins McCall - July 18, 2015 - 11:29 pm


Alex Fisher Portraits

 “I’m not a professional. I’m a human. Or, as Gwen Stefani during her No Doubt days so eloquently put it, “I’m just a girl in the world”. And I’m not saying my life is extraordinary or all that glamorous and spectacular. But what I am saying is that, the lessons I’ve learned through writing about these first twenty-something years of my body-shaming life would’ve been so awesome to hear from someone fifteen years ago. In other words, as I was experiencing the mildly shitty reality of life as a curvy girl during those tender ages of thirteen to seventeen-ish, all I really needed was someone to be real with me and let me know that being a fat kid would eventually turn out to be fucking awesome in every way. So if you know of a kick ass teenager who may be struggling to love their incredible body, do them a favor, take them out to lunch, tell them they are awesome and that societies’ beauty standards are super unrealistic and then send them here. (Fair warning, it’s pretty R rated.)”

-Alex Fisher

Read Alex’s Blog here!
Connect with her on Facebook here! 

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