Archive for April, 2014


The newest barge in the Redpath dock is Mamry.

Perl Harbour?

$result = I am the funniest person in the office

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Courtside, Fashion Art Toronto’s closer:

I am at a loss for any onomatopoeia. You had to have been there.

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That morning there was a note beside my drawing:


Original Production Sketches for the ill-fated children’s musical Shelob’s Web

Closing only halfway through the first act at its premier in the spring of 1973, this musical holds the record for the shortest run for a major Broadway production. According to reports in the New York Times and The Harold, the performance broke up amid rioting in the audience, the majority of whom were children between the ages of 6 and 12. The production designer, K. Wehrle, was later quoted, at her arraignment, as saying: “We thought the world was ready for a darker take on the sugar-coated children’s story.”


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sock pwns bird

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ubi caritas

Come on feet…

once again i run
boylston street under my feet
unicorn hat: packed

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(an old bag in her birthday suit)

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY to mein schwester Kurisutena!

Daigo-ji, time-out, Japanese pear. The 32nd flavour.

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Self-Portrait, 2014
(In the style of Vivian Maier)

(happy birthday)

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Aries Sun Sign – Zodiac Signs:
With Aries ruling the head, face and brain, those born under this sign need to be on the lookout for headaches and are well-served to take the occasional deep breath. The Ram’s color is bright red, a sure sign of the fire that breathes within.

Chinese Sign Sheep:
Daydreaming all afternoon sounds heavenly to the Sheep. This creative, esoteric sign needs plenty of time alone in which to feed its muse. Sheep are generally most comfortable in their own minds (which other, more linear-thinking Signs may have trouble deciphering). This sign makes a great craftsperson or artisan, or perhaps a teacher of New Age studies — any occupation that allows its mind the full range of freedom.


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Today in the mail I received my parents’ yearly birthday card.
As requested this year (and every year since my youth), the card is hand-made by my mother.
There was a time where she felt intimidated by this request but over the last number of birthdays, I’ve been mailed the most amazing artistic wonders.
I have kept them all since the first year she caved to my request.


On a sticky note; the first thing I read: Oops! My writing is upside-down!!

Dear Kathryn –
Very best wishes for your official birthday, and for your “Boston Birthday” – may you run a good race, on the 21st and all through the year ahead!
Much love from Mum and Dad.

Quilt pattern: “Boston Common” from Kaffe Fassett’s Simple Shapes, Spectacular Quilts (2010)

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