https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMqNeunBhIM Hey, the weather can't always be nice.
Sixteen pines mark my quarantine transectthis little quadrangle a world of worlds of being and becomingof platonic forms shapingfuture dream etudes where I spin in Fibonacci circles to see it alland always fail These sixteen pines a Myrmidon crewserving petulant songbirds dashingfrom light to shadow Their songs the hymns of Ithacathe hymns I have always… Continue reading Sixteen Pines
We use these pull cards at DEP when we check out files. Each one of the file numbers written on this card corresponds to a lease of State-owned lands. I thought it would be neat to take a couple of the old cards that were used up and paint one of the projects someone used… Continue reading Public Lands No. 1
The search for another is assuredly a paper trail, a veritable scavenger hunt; an old laundry ticket, a letter to a friend, statistics of a life, a book he read, or better a book he wrote.Frank Laumer, Introduction to A narrative of the early days and remembrances of Oceola Nikkanochee, prince of Econchatti
So I'm doing this whole thing on the Florida "cracker mythos" for my research (don't ask unless you want the elevator pitch) and wanted to share one of the most important cultural texts of the twentieth century. No joke. Gene Autry absolutely FREAKED OUT Willie and Waylon and half the country music establishment who have… Continue reading Tumbling Tumbleweeds
Today’s word of the day is appropriate, because all of you are readers nonpareil. Nonpareil (nahn-puh-REL). Adjective. Having no equal; unrivalled, incomparable, peerless, unique. Many of you might know this word from the candy which shares a name. We call them sprinkles, but I wish we used the Australian name--Hundreds and Thousands—because it is obviously… Continue reading Word of the Day: Nonpareil