Posts Tagged: gratitude

A List of Beautiful Things, pt. 1

In plain text [some legibility problems]: snow Grey skies tall trees copper patina unplanned roofscapes strong shoulders long necks gritty powders that dissolve sincere, eyes-closed singing sound of rain and wind from bed orange blossom smell Heron take-off and landing

A List of Beautiful Things, pt. 1

In plain text [some legibility problems]: snow Grey skies tall trees copper patina unplanned roofscapes strong shoulders long necks gritty powders that dissolve sincere, eyes-closed singing sound of rain and wind from bed orange blossom smell Heron take-off and landing

Stuffaloes Go Roaming

  A lot of babies in my orbit these days, the new kids of people I love. I’ve been celebrating by figuring out how to make different kinds of animals for them. Then I get these pictures, and my heart

Stuffaloes Go Roaming

  A lot of babies in my orbit these days, the new kids of people I love. I’ve been celebrating by figuring out how to make different kinds of animals for them. Then I get these pictures, and my heart

A Duty of Gratitude

Vincent Van Gogh, in one of over 900 letters to his brother Theo. I learned, by way of this heart-throbby BBC docudrama, that he was once a lay preacher to coal miners in the Borinage of Belgium, and only began painting

A Duty of Gratitude

Vincent Van Gogh, in one of over 900 letters to his brother Theo. I learned, by way of this heart-throbby BBC docudrama, that he was once a lay preacher to coal miners in the Borinage of Belgium, and only began painting