precious moment of the week:
it's halloween week at work, and the kids went 'trick or treating' around camp. at one stop, they got necklaces.
a, 5 year old camper: can you tie my necklace again?
me: of course. i really like this one. do you like cats?
a: yup. i have a cat. do you have one?
me: i used to have one who looked like the one on your necklace.
a: it died, didn't it?
a: that's really sad. what was its name?
me: his name was silky.
a: that's what i named my necklace because it looks like your cat.
then i almost lost it.
guscocox: ‘Often there’s a patriotic slant to this kind of messaging—the notion that being American means being real, working with your hands, and saying hello in person. Anything less means you’re an imposter living in a dream world’. Arnold’s new Jack Daniel’s campaign is art directed by Travis Robertson and built around letterpress printing, one of the most famously authentic activities...
you can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.– c.s. lewis
i sometimes get really sad that i’ll never have enough time to read all of the books i want to read.