Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Slowly Turnin'

Shutter Speed


'timeless celluloid quality to a long train journey.'

Who We Were

One of Pennsylvania’s largest  and oldest trees, the John Goodway Sycamore in Linglestown, is measured  by Harvey Ward and his grandson, Lester Aungst, in the late 1940s. The  tree, about 300 years old, still exists. From Who We Were: A Snapshot History of America

No More Milk

Longing for the day when I have a bit more stability.
For when that day comes....
I'll be finding me a dog.
I may just have to name him:


Inspirtaion Station

(via notforthethrill, hristos)


Tis another mornin'
Hope the day serves you well.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Leaves of Grass

'Night of the south winds - night of the large few
Still nodding night - mad naked summer night.'

Hangin' on the Line

So Good.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

sick in bed

a certain man keeps me in good mind....
and that's a wonderful thing.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

And Go -

Today was hot hot hot in the wee-lil-cafe.
could use an ice cold beer, or a high point.
so begins my 'weekend'

till the future, folks!


A trace, A mark


'Writing: a scrupulous attempt to preserve something, to make something last–plucking a few exact fragments from the deepening void, leaving somewhere or other a furrow, a trace, a mark, a few signs.'

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Drunk History

Seen Things

ty williams

by winds, tides, waves,
driftwood pushed ashore.

Summer Flick

On the boob-tube:
Fight the Power.
Soooo good.


If I could combine/have the qualities of two different people;

my ideal combo would be:

with a dash of

just sayin'.

who would you have?

Morning Oddity

As I've mentioned in previous posts...
Every morning, immediately after waking, I start singing a single song that my dreamy subconscious left behind. (or humming)
*Every single morning* The spectrum is endless.
last night,
it was:

Monday, August 23, 2010

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Knife in the Water



it's 8:31 in the A.M.
I'm getting ready for work and all I really want to do is
laze about in summer activities.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

On the Turntable

Shot of the Day

Open Road

I need to get myself a car;
as soon as humanly possible.

*by the bye, thank you for the snap, Jamin! What can we do to summon you West?*

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Off the Ground

Take a Break

another week has slipped away,
but my 'weekend' has begun!

Two Day Summer To Do
(minus business tasks)

1. Outdoor Dining
2. Person Project
3. Photos
4. Cinema
5. Books, Crosswords, Champagne.

In Which I can Fully Relate:

'My increasingly high tolerance for pain has become a perk of this coffee shop job. I’ll accidentally grab a metal steam wand. I’ll spill a pitcher of boiling water on my leg. Coffee splashes out of the cups and onto my hands as I take them to the customer. We never scream. We grit our teeth and raise our eyebrows. We mouth “Fuck,” but only if we are behind the espresso machine and out of sight. We don’t drop what we are holding, even if it is what’s burning us. What I’m trying to say is, I think this will make childbirth bearable.

A good number of my friends have those “real jobs” everyone refers to with air-quotes. And while I understand that a “real job” means a job in which one can move up, or a job in which one is doing something that he or she has some interest in long-term pursuing, it still seems unfair, as if I wake up in the morning to serve invisible coffee to stuffed animals. Though at times my job seems unreal, or surreal, I’m pretty sure it is taking place in reality.'

Entire story Here.

(fixed link)

Inspiration Station

In Nature We Trust

marycaple: Theodore Roosevelt dressed in expedition attire

Adventure Roosevelt.
My Dream Round Table would include this Fine Gent.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Take Two

Two Steppin'

soooo good.

Take me Here

(by Randy Martin)

this photo makes me dream of the day when
waking to the smell of car exhaust no longer occurs.

On the Tube

Remember This

If only the entirety of my life could be
captured as a picture book.


(via foralskelse)

& Meditation
Two Words: Muscle Memory

Minds Eye

orientaltiger:infinitexposure:by luna schumacher

One step at a Time.

Highlighted Life

T I E D  T O G E T H E R

Tied Together

Tuesday Mood

at the bottom of our river is the gently rolling sand, and if you dive and bury your fingers deep and sink inside, you will find the faint scent of a beautiful love (so take hold of this floating silk and pull yourself towards me, to this deepest warmth where i have buried my love, where it will always be safe and slowly seeping into our river above). i want to whisper my love to you

Monday, August 16, 2010

Comedic Genius

Agador Spartacus!... He insists on being called by his full name.

Old Chum

Broken Pieces

glitterrain:  frogsandcrowns:  sandysays:  thedarlingchild:(via comelylittletree)

All my thoughts
the heart talks.

Sunday, August 15, 2010


most of it i miss, parts of it i dont.


Life. Time.
It can and will slip away.
We only live once.
Never a time to be lazy.


To Have & Have Not

"Remember, remember, this is now, and now, and now. Live it, feel it, cling to it. I want to become acutely aware of all I’ve taken for granted." - Sylvia Plath

Mental Note

Life is Far too Important to be taken seriously.
- Oscar Wilde


Saturday, August 14, 2010


Blue & Gold

Matt And I
Meteor Shower - El Mirage.



“Do it or don’t. It’s amazing how many things in life are that easy.”