December 12, 2018
Today I opened my RSS client of choice,as I do every morning, and came across this blog post by Austin Kleon where he quoted Jerry Saltz, in “How To Be An Artist”
As artist Laurel Nakadate has observed, being a parent is already very much like being an artist. It means always lugging things around, living in chaos, doing things that are mysterious or impossible or scary. As with art, children can drive you crazy all day, make you wish all this could go away. Then in a single second, at any point, you are redeemed with a moment of intense, transformative love.
Today I liked
The first thirty eight minutes of Reconcilable Differences (that’s as for as I am right now). Specially when they said we are loosing
Even before Baby Luna was born, our two-year-old Marley, always referred to her as “Baby Dolphin”.
Well, it was pretty accurate. The noises Luna