When I realize I left my car parked on the wrong...
@thirty3anda3rd: #SuperSoulSunday I feel like I lost my connection with God (Jesus for me) how do I reconnect?
@DeepakChopra: Be still.
Catching up with a friend
The Pineapple And The Hare: Can You Answer Two... →
npr: A story and two questions on the New York state English exam taken by eighth-graders this week has stumped many — including Jeopardy! star Ken Jennings. The story — titled The Pineapple and the Hare — was included in a New York Daily News story about the consternation the questions have caused. “Is this a joke? The story makes no sense whatsoever,” Jennings said in an editorial in the...
How I feel when it gets below 60 degrees
When my mom sees the inside of my apartment
whatshouldwecallme: She’s like,
Cults For America
Me: Ya, apparently one of the issues is that CMs all date each other, then they fight, and it can hurt corps culture.
Jack: ...You know who else has that problem? Cults. Also, small inbred populations, like the Royal family.
Jack, providing an outsider perspective.
When my boyfriend gets mad at another guy for...
whatshouldwecallme: On the outside: On the inside: so much truth.
No joke: Newt Gingrich attacked by penguin at St.... →
shortformblog: leftish: Newt Gingrich’s bid for the Republican nomination hasn’t gone exactly as he planned it, but the former Speaker of the House and once-upon-a-time front-runner could take comfort knowing that at least he hadn’t been attacked by a zoo animal. This just in: Newt Gingrich was attacked by a penguin. Seriously. READ ENTIRE ARTICLE… [Where were his Secret Service...
3|2|1, April 16th Ed.
3 Things I’m Hyped About Adventuring! This week is sure to be full of fun, Bucket-List-Crossing things. This includes tasty new restaurants, the Getty Center, some hiking, and a wine tasting trip to Santa Barbara. Woo! Also, one of the LA-gone-“da aina” staff members said he walked the length of Sunset before he left LA. I love this, and may just do a photo essay before I...
On National Sibling Day
Apparently, it’s national sibling day. I’m sad I found out so late, but that’s cool. I’ve definitely spent some time talking about why my parents are the bomb. My brother definitely deserves a post. So, with the 30 10 minutes left of National Sibling Day, and the fact that my brother has no clue that I am writing this, here we go. This is my big brother, Paco (and my...
dasvadanya: And now, Monty Python’s John Cleese on the origins of creativity. Pretty great lecture.
On The Way Down
I didn’t mean to fall off down the mountain. It’s silly, but I was so taken aback by the stunning view and the sense of unfettered possibility before me that I forgot to focus on my footing and over-thought the simple process of one-foot-in-front-of-the-other (also, apparently of how-to-stand-still). So, I tripped and fell, my hands thrown up in a burst of surprise before I...
3-2-1: Lift Off!
A little 3-2-1: 3 Things I Am Hyped About: 1) Holy crap. So much adventuring is happening this month: potential camping/wine tasting, art walks, dance parties, hiking, and just crossing things off the Bucket List by the gobs full. I’m just generally running through the next few weeks with a “I’ll either run so fast that I collapse or fly so idk let’s see what the fuck...
These folks were invited to put out a second cup of coffee for God, they prayed...– In When God Talks Back, which is based on an anthropological study she did at The Vineyard, T.M. Luhrmann examines the personal relationships that people developed with God and explores how those relationships were cemented through the practice of prayer. (via nprfreshair)
6 Types of Love
Eros a passionate physical and emotional love based on aesthetic enjoyment; stereotype of romantic love Ludus a love that is played as a game or sport; conquest; may have multiple partners at once Storge an affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity Pragma love that is driven by the head, not the heart Mania obsessive love; experience great emotional highs...