Saturday, 30 April 2011
Galerie Salon and wanted to share it.
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
Monday, 25 April 2011
Friday, 22 April 2011
Tuesday, 19 April 2011
You know those times when you just really need a good laugh, and there is that certain thing that you can go to in your head? Maybe something someone said, a joke, a scene from a movie? For me, alot of those times, it is the movie Radio Days. There are so many scenes in that movie that not only make me laugh, but laugh until it hurts, with tears running down my face. Certain scenes I can just think about and I'm cheered up. It's one of those movies that I used to watch whenever it was on TV, and then suddenly realized it's never on anymore. So today when I was really needing a laugh I searched a clip on Youtube, and sure enough, it still does the trick. I'm gonna have to buy the DVD. One of my all-time favorites.
Saturday, 16 April 2011
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Thursday, 14 April 2011
from Pilgrim at Tinker Creek - Annie Dillard
"There are many things to see, unwrapped gifts and free surprises. The world is fairly studded and strewn with pennies cast broadside by a generous hand. But - and this is the point - who gets excited by a mere penny? If you follow one arrow, if you crouch motionless on a bank to watch a tremulous ripple thrill on the water and are rewarded by the sight of a muskrat paddling from it's den, will you count that sight a chip of copper only, and go on your rueful way? It is dire poverty indeed when a man is so malnourished and fatigued that he won't stoop to pick up a penny. But if you cultivate a healthy poverty and simplicity, so that finding a penny will literally make your day, then, since the world is in fact planted in pennies, you have with your poverty bought a lifetime of days. It is that simple. What you see is what you get."
photo Josie Eldred, via
Sunday, 10 April 2011
Wednesday, 6 April 2011
Monday, 4 April 2011
From Icelandic composer, musician and producer Johann Johannsson's first solo album "Englaborn".
In 'Odi et amo', he sets the Catullus poem of the same name to music.
"What I really like about it is the harsh contrast of the computer voice and strings, the alchemy of total opposites, the sewing machine and umbrella on a dissecting table."Johann Johannson, from here
Sunday, 3 April 2011
Saturday, 2 April 2011
My version is made of all new solid pine. The case joined with hand-cut dovetails, back is wide pine boards, drawers have hand chamfered panel bottoms. All nails are antique square nails and knobs are aged cast metal, with some slightly different than others. Heavily aged inside and out, and I have lightly scented some of the drawers, ie. Cloves, Cinnamon, Pepper etc. Dimensions excl. knobs are approximately, W34.5" x H24" x D12.25". Click photos to enlarge. Sold.