The Adventures of Gabby, the 'Fraidy-dog
As some may know already, a cute little Shitzhu-Lhasa Apso puppy joined my family about four months prior. At the time, she was 5 months old, and still very young. Now, she’s nearing 10 months of age, and she’s grown up quite a lot (physically and behaviourally). Gabby’s a bit strange, even for a dog. But one characteristic stands out the most—she’s very fearful. ...
art thou of such a troubled nature? So saith the mind the hypocrite
When do thoughts stop and ideas begin? Are all ideas thoughts, and all thoughts ideas? Are we all ideas, or are we all thoughts? Are we one or the other or together in all?
Pixar always seems to have such intricate little messages for their audience. There is always a comment on life, with a positive touch. Perhaps that’s why I love Pixar animations. (Well, I know the video isn’t explicitly by Pixar…however, if Joseph is right, former Pixar animators worked on this. I may be biased, but Pixar can never go wrong haha.) “Does it matter? If life...
Layers of our working nature
In which the slightest pains seem to hurt the most and the shallowest cuts shed the brightest blood not deep enough to render senseless nor significant enough to paralyze but just enough to be a hindrance in every possible way Yet deeper pains hurt the longest and the deepest cuts shed a darker life-force deep enough to penetrate the unconscious and significant enough to paralyze...
Awesome. Just. Awesome.
Love this blog. Yeah, you got that right—I’m reblogging fashion posts now.
IF you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it...– If, by Rudyard Kipling.
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One of those animated clips that you just end up watching for a long, long time, because there’s always the possibility that something might change and if you don’t keep watching you’ll miss it. I remember I watched an animated clip with a song for over an hour once, expecting/wanting something to change when I totally knew nothing would.
The book series that shaped my childhood
I am currently tutoring a kid that doesn’t read books. Maybe it’s not even that he doesn’t want to (though it is true that he certainly doesn’t like to read books), but that he can’t. He says that something about the unbroken collection of words running from start to finish on a page just turns him off. He’s an international kid, so it makes sense he...