Allow me to share some wicked pop-art, psychedelic, and pop-surrealist artists. WARNING: These pieces will transport you to devious, hilarious, horrifying, clever, enthralling alternate universes. … More My Favourite Society6 Artists
She sat, like Patience On a monument Smiling at grief. Shakespeare- Twelfth Night Let us not forget the generations of strength upon which we stand.
Hope is always stopping at the lemonade stand. (It’s only polite)
I’m reading away- chapter 3 of ‘Gender and Pop Culture’ for my gender studies class- and it hits me. As Patricia Arend is describing the groundbreaking success of jewelry company De Beer’s slogan Diamonds are Forever (which is a whole other rant), it hit me that… … More My ears are still ringing: Gender and Circular Bands of Metal
Internally, I critique Christians for their belief that all one’s hard work and suffering down here on earth will be rewarded in the future (ie. Heaven). And yet, each day I live in the unflinching regard that things will get better. What’s the difference between us, after all, if I’m travelling forward and you’re travelling … More parallel
It’s fall and the crisp wind leaves you only two choices:
1.) Roam the neighbourhood in jeans and a T-shirt, crunching leaves under new boots
2.) Curl up by a window with a cup of tea and a warm muffin.
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Some people have tattoos on their thighs. I have speckled bruises, a constellation of hope. The spots spread out as barley barley fields across light blue prairies- Graceland. These tattoos, they peek out beneath soft pockets of denim and speak of the rolling hills. Or of city streets and the wait at the train station … More Tattoos of the Prairie and the Sea
1.) You Bother Doing Laundry. When you’re climbing every spare moment, you tend to become generally desensitized to your own smell- and that of others. Why bother washing your shirt when it’s just going to get sweaty and chalky again tomorrow? Not climbing, you become more aware of your own smell. The motive to wash … More 10 Good Things About NOT Climbing