A frighteningly relatable comic from Dana Maier.Read more "Know your procrastination style"
Time isn’t straightforward, it mixes everything up, shuffles the dead, merges them, separates them out again, advances backward, retreats in reverse, spins like a merry-go-round, like a tiny wheel in a laboratory cage, and traps us in funerals and marches and detentions, leaving us with no assurance of continuity or escape.~Nona Fernández, Space Invaders (translated by Natasha Wimmer)
I may have to keep some place where I can go to be myself, now and then, for I cannot guarantee to endure at all times the confinements of even an attractive cage.~Amelia Earhart (in a letter to her fiancé and publicist, George Putnam)
I disappear down an AI chatbot rabbit hole…Read more "Do you believe me? Do you trust me? Do you like me? 😳"
Ballgown-bedecked beauties and carnivorous-looking lovelies.Read more "The Orchid Display at Kew Gardens"
A tree that might grant wishes, but also haunt your dreams.Read more "Fairytale tree"
Whicken (noun, verb) – to awake from the death of winter. Made use of in reference to the lengthening of days and the revival of vegetation in spring:
“Ah saw a primrooas as Ah com on rooad; things is beginnin’ ti whicken.”~from A Glossary of the Dialect of Mid-Yorkshire, 1876
Seeking out awe in the everyday; Vulture Bees(!); Joe Orton and Kenneth Halliwell’s defaced book covers; the magic of Slime Molds; and more…Read more "Everyday Awe, Meat Honey, & More…"
Wherein I remember that stitching things is both soothing, and satisfying.Read more "Stitching"
Every second of waking life is one big game of finding the needle in the haystack, although it’s really more like ignoring all the haystacks so we can find the needle that’s really important to us.~Bill Keaggy