This is my favorite thing to watch. Love is love, y’all.
I’m trying to make use of what I already have during my (s)low buy, and a big part of the whole complex, multi-prong effort involves catching my “read” pile up to my “bought” pile of books.
For my birthday last month, I received a copy of David Sedaris’s Calypso along with a 1000 piece puzzle made up of cartoon dogs. What can I say, some folks know me real darn well. I’m cracking open the
Paul Pines is the author of My Brother’s Madness, a memoir of his brother, Claude, who suffered from schizophrenia.
For Christmas I received the complete set of the Harry Potter series, a dear favorite of Mini’s.
Introducing… Poetry Ptuesday! Because, why the heck not!?
Just a neighborhood gal pal in rural Canada doing something different, and right.
Last October I received The Professor and the Madman as a present. I’ve recently finished it, so here are, the last lines:
Recently I found this website by the founder and former editor of Lucky magazine — Kim France. Upon discovery I immediately started binging her posts for an embarrassingly long time.
What is a life? A series of yeses and noes, photographs you shove in a drawer somewhere, loves you think will save you but that cannot. Continuing to move, enduring, not stopping even when there is pain. That’s all life