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quoteable"It isn't given to us to know those rare moments when people are wide open and the lightest touch can wither or heal. A moment too late and we can never reach them any more in this world. They will not be cured by our most efficacious drugs or slain with our sharpest swords." — Francis Scott Fitzgerald
Blogs I love...in no particular order
- Revenge of the Word Nerd
- Mental Skillness
- Let Them Eat Vinyl
- Labyrinth Rat
- Dasia Has a Blog
- Patrick Thunstrom
- Author Piper Bayard
- Jennifer L. Oliver
- Colin Falconer
- David Stoddard
- Tami Clayton
- Mike Schulenberg
- Sara Walpert Foster
- Karen McFarland
- Elizabeth Fais
- Liv Rancourt
- Live Wonderstruck
- Kristy Lyseng - Release Your Inner Superheroine!
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Tag Archives: songs I love
By laird sapir :: Published April 2, 2013
Maria had kittens and string. Well, this morning, I bring you Cayucas and Ducks, and news from my favorite place to drink tea, the Kasbah. Take that, Maria. Take your pick: The lovely S.M. Hutchins is the only person I have ever heard of who impulse bought ducks, and I am so glad…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published December 22, 2012
I like holiday traditions. Well, I like traditions that aren’t a pain. Hauling out the Christmas tree is a giant pain, so I tend to put that one off. One of my favorite traditions is the fact that this time of year, the worst song ever written and made popular by young do-gooder celebrities is…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published July 19, 2012
About two weeks ago, we had a storm. It was dark, rainy, and catastrophe-ridden. Well, at least, for a certain giant magnolia tree in my front yard, it was catastrophe-ridden. The tree, which is host to some sort of bizarre fig vine (a story for another post) just couldn’t handle the weather. It dropped a…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published June 12, 2012
Happy Tuesday, everyone! The lovely Liv Rancourt recently tagged me in a post on her blog: “Be Inspired.” While I am not ready to share the details of my current work in progress with the world wide web, I can definitely share with you one of my inspirations…and that would be people who create cool…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published April 14, 2012
Weequashing: n. The act of spearing eels by night, from a canoe, with the aid of a torch or lantern. Canoes? At Night? With Torches? Eels or no, this sounds like an awesome activity. I’m not much for fishing, but I could make an exception for weequashing. Obviously, this is a sport…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published April 3, 2012
Ah….Tuesday. And again, I’m still catching up on Monday. If you are anything like me, perhaps this list of awesome blog articles will save you some time! Here’s what you missed this week in the blogosphere: Colin Falconer brings us the Six Strangest Fashion Trends in History Sara Walpert Foster shares a very interesting video…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published March 22, 2012
Thought I’d share this with you today: Mykonos is one of those songs that I can never quite get out of my head. Honestly, I don’t mind. Fleet Foxes are a throwback, but in the best kind of way. And this video, by Sean Pecknold, is weirdly nostalgic — definitely working some kinda magical 70′s…Read the Rest
By laird sapir :: Published March 7, 2012
Little known fact: Shakespeare has a lot in common with Elvis. (My use of the present tense is not accidental.) Aside from the fact that Shakespeare was an awesome dancer, he and the King share a love-hate relationship with the afterlife. While Elvis still seeks the spotlight, popping up at random Circle K’s and…Read the Rest