I get some pretty sideways looks when I tell people I'm writing a master's thesis on the poetry of parenthood. Don't get me wrong, occasionally someone thinks that's cool, though most of the time they send me stuff like this strip from Matthew Inman's hilarious webcomic The Oatmeal . Props though to Joan Kane for instead … Continue reading Poetry of Parenthood
At Least One Kidney
a token or two scavenged from the wild gone feral friday night two hours pacing dark tide creeping beach bisected by creeks ribbons of black ice come morning a whole frozen liver at least one kidney on the rug saturday sickday deer fur hide signs of what's to come monday i know a leash could … Continue reading At Least One Kidney
No ideas but in things declared William Carlos Williams with his red wheelbarrow and pilfered plums. But I'm an idea guy and have always found ideas easier to work with than things. And what if we're talking in terms of ideas of things, the aesthetics, the looking and thinking about things in ways which physically … Continue reading Cover Junkie
Hadn't heard of this presentation style featuring 20 images for 20 seconds each in a slide show format. Was checking some out and thinking about making one myself and this one featuring TEXTURE just struck me as wabi sabi to the core. Simple, found beauty, object speaking for itself, white background. Could work even without … Continue reading Pecha Kucha?
Finn added two new states to his list of adventures last week. As excited as he was about having to decide daily between the pool, the ocean or digging on the beach, he was equally as excited to learn that Georgia in addition to being the name of one of his favorite people was the … Continue reading Low Country