these up close images of tears are amazing- they look like landscapes.
— Stephanie Chase (@acornsandnuts)One love to two of the kindest and most intelligent people I know and who taught me so much about libraries. *tears up*
agreed. these two rock. (and so do you heather.)
mindy kaling when asked by lena dunham.
What would you say is the hardest part about being a boss? I’d say it’s that there’s no convenient time to take naps and the constant sense that you are neglecting something or someone.
coketalk replied to your photoset “Portraits of Mothers with Their One-Day-Old Babies by Jenny Lewis”I wouldn’t be able to resist screaming, “THAT WAS JUST INSIDE YOU!”
HA! You and me both
Read an excerpt from Ron Burgundy’s memoir, “Let Me Off at the Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings”: http://nyr.kr/HxUQ9b
Can’t wait to read this and visit those bars! Ron Burgundy on his father Claude Burgundy.
My father, Claude Burgundy, was a natural born News Anchor, as was his father and his father before him. Of course there was no television or radio station in Haggleworth, Iowa. Instead, every Friday night he would set up a desk in the Tight Manhole, an Irish bar where the mine workers drank and sang songs of misery. The oil company paid him to report on all the charitable and civic-minded projects they had in the works as well as hard-hitting news stories happening in Haggleworth. Because of his honest face and gifted speaking voice, men and women would come in from all the other bars in Haggleworth—the Dirty Chute, the Mine Shaft, the Rear End, the Suspect Opening, the Black Orifice, the Poop Chute, too many to list here—all to listen to The Shell Oil Burgundy Hour.
Tumblarians, how many copies have you ordered?
i didn’t even know this was a book until today.
sure, i’ll order it, along with Schottenfreude: German Words for the Human Condition. it’s hilarious.
It’s been interesting and kind of amazing how productive and creative I’ve been recently. I’ve also noticed a easier time of letting things go and addressing issues right away. Is this because I have a finite amount of time to do All The Things?