The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. Don’t go back to sleep. -
Think of Lord Huron as a complex imaginary world, with invented characters and interlocking stories, as much as a band that makes charming rock songs.
The cinematically-rich video for “Lonesome Dreams” is another part of the story. Watch it now.
(Source: all-things-bright-and-beyootiful, via designed-for-life)
#Somali women’s basketball team, 1970s.
Casa del Agua / THiNC
Alley House / Be-Fun Design
contribute a verse: Spending -
“Because how we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard
A dear friend shared this with me a few years ago (you know who you are). And at the time it registered, but it didn’t resonate, they weren’t words that were always with me (in my book, omnipresence is THE high…
The point is that time is only a sort of catchment for events. Their limited utility, though, is often abused is when we turn from the ordering of things, that is chronological sequencings, to the order of things, that is the arrangement of their significances, meanings, and relations. Increments of time contoured to abstract measure rarely match the rhythms of human action. — Cedric Robinson (via danceofinspiration)
“Shape, size, texture, and color matter to me as much in the vegetable garden as in the perennial beds. For the sake of beauty, I gladly leave the ruffled red cabbage to grow long beyond its time for harvest. I let the mustard reach high with bright yellow bouquets. I cultivate carefully the asparagus row not just for the taste of its buttery spears but also for the verdant fern foliage that shoots up after the spring cutting. I let volunteer sunflower, cosmos, and cleome seedlings grow where they choose. And I sneak orange nasturtiums into the hills of sweet-potato vines”