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Monday
Oct272014

Macau trực tuyến Baccaratune citation

“But I see in the clothes a symbol of continuing life. And proof that I still want to be myself.
If I must drool, I may as well drool on cashmere.” 

- Jean-Dominique Bauby, 
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

 

Friday
Oct102014

une citation

"Near the end of his life, Henri Matisse's preferred attire was evening wear,
by which I mean pajamas." 

-Holland Cotter, "Wisps from an Old Man's Dreams",
published in today's NY Times.  

Monday
Oct062014

the optimism of breakfast

"In the Optimism of the Morning, it is wise to Get Going. To be Confident, Expansive, Exuberant.
If you find yourself at the Cup and Saucer Coffee Shop - or any coffee shop - with a Jelly Doughnut
and a cup of coffee, staring out the window at the parade of passers by, you could do worse.
A whole lot worse."

-Illustration and words by Maira Kalman,
as printed in the July 22, 2013 issue of the New Yorker

Tuesday
Aug262014

une citation

"Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it."

-Russel Baker


(Above: Irving Penn's Summer Sleep, New York, 1949)

Monday
Aug042014

the scrapbooks of anne sexton

I adore Anne Sexton. I discovered her work last Fall and am at the tip of the iceberg in terms of how much I've read (though I will say that The Addict is beautiful, and very much spoke to me). Taking her emotional poetry and early suicide into consideration, I believe that she was a person who felt deeply, perhaps more than most. These pages from her personal scrapbook are signs of happier days. If you look closely, you'll see that the pages are filled with momentos from her elopement. They key to their suite, an newspaper ad for a film they say together, a Western Union telegraph from her parents (who are sick with worry). There's something invaluable and sweet that somewhere in this world, these objects exist on paper. I hope to do the same when I reach a similar point in my life. Though I know myself and will think it somewhat inconvienant at the time, Anne Sexton shows me that it'll be worth the effort. 

(images via