<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#29. Sonny Rollins, St Thomas.

Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters, Round Midnight.

Terence Blanchard And The E-Collective, Breathless.

George Duke Trio, It’s On.

Marcus Miller, Live.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Tangerine.

John Pizzarelli, In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.

Monday, 2017 April 17

Petronilla de Meath is seated at The Dinner Party.

my latest art, dawn

watched the agenda (the charter at 35; democracy and the charter).

Tuesday, 2017 April 18

Higher States: Lawren Harris and his American contemporaries.

Wednesday, 2017 April 19

‘There is a beauty in discovery. There is mathematics in music, a kinship of science and poetry in the description of nature, and exquisite form in a molecule. Attempts to place different disciplines in different camps are revealed as artificial in the face of the unity of knowledge.’–Glenn Seaborg .

Thursday, 2017 April 20

alembic (uh-LEM-bik)
1. An apparatus formerly used in distilling.
2. Something that refines, purifies, or transforms.
3. A good type of electric bass.

breakfast at the mint cafe.

Friday, 2017 April 21

‘When reflecting on these results, it is perhaps heartening to remind ourselves that until well into the 1990s, early simulations–which neglected dark energy–also gave rise to predictions that didn’t match data…. Perhaps these current quandaries … will similarly be resolved only with a new discovery’. Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, 307.

Saturday, 2017 April 22

earth day. we try to make every day earth day. bj overnight.

Sunday, 2017 April 23

watched into the wilderness (grand canyon), locomotion: dan snow’s history of railways (episode 1), and canada: the story of us (1858-1899).


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The Ultimate Adventure

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#30. Cannonball Adderley, Mercy Mercy Mercy (this version).

learned of the group ‘beatlejazz’. then they played ‘the night before‘. which brings up a point: some songs are recognizable covers, some are originals, sometimes they take a cover and do something original with it. seems you need an artful mix.

Bill Evans Trio Featuring Stan Getz, The Peacocks.

Warren Wolf, Soul Sister.

Greg Ruby And The Rhythm Runners, Rhythm Oil.

Lou Donaldson, Everything I Do Gohn Be Funky (From Now On).

Madeleine Peyroux, The Kind You Can’t Afford.

Maceo Parker, Uptown Up, Shake Everything You’ve Got.

Stevie Ray Vaughan, Riviera Paradise.

Louis Prima And Keely Smith, Nothing’s Too Good For My Baby.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet, In Your Own Sweet Way.

Chick Corea, The Ultimate Adventure.

Monday, 2017 April 10

my latest art: untitled02.

what a great time of year! no mosquitoes, warm, door open, birds singing…. watched hunger for sale (trailer).

Tuesday, 2017 April 11

Georgia O’Keeffe.

watched the agenda (down with the experts!; the intelligence delusion; reporting on the alt-right in canada).

Wednesday, 2017 April 12

watched nature (puerto rico) and my first 150 days.

Thursday, 2017 April 13

dinner out with bj and paul.

Friday, 2017 April 14

on this beautiful day we drove to victoria harbour (where we delivered a fan to eab), waubashene, pt severn, and even down musky bay and moore pt roads.

Saturday, 2017 April 15

on saturday we read the star, which this week had an excerpt of a speech by malala yousafzai, youngest-ever nobel laureate: ‘secondary education for girls can transform communities, countries, and our world…. educated girls are less likely to marry young or contract HIV. [secondary education for girls is] the most cost-effective and best investment against climate change [and] cuts the risk of war in half’. that night we watched full steam ahead (full steam ahead), recreating eden (an island eden), and leafs-devils overtime.

Sunday, 2017 April 16

More from The Star: ‘Anniversaries, typically, are occasions for reaffirmation: to look back at past glories as building blocks of an even more glorious now. Not so Canada 150, which is shaping up to be the most circumspect sesquicentennial on record…. Helping to complicate the picture are several new books on Canadian art’: The Beaver Hall Group And Its Legacy, Higher States: Lawren Harris And His American Contemporaries, SakKijajuk: Art And Craft From Nunatsiavut.

watched canada: the story of us (19th century communication and transportation).

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What A Wonderful World

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#31. Louis Armstrong, What A Wonderful World.

Lyle Lovett, Good Intentions.

Ry Cooder, Secret Love.

Bill Evans, Round Midnight.

Steely Dan, Aja.

Jake Shimabukuro, Misty.

Medeski, Scofield, Martin, & Wood, Sham Time.

Nina Simone, I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl .

Pat Metheny Don’t Know Why.

Halie Loren, I Feel The Earth Move.

Monday, 2017 April 3

watched the agenda (farming in northern ontario, sir william hearst).

Tuesday, 2017 April 4

Georgia O’Keeffe.

watched a 22 minutes special.

Wednesday, 2017 April 5

watched the agenda (viva italian-canadians!; a top five of top ontarians) and revelstoke: a kiss in the wind.

Thursday, 2017 April 6

had a specialist’s app’t. cady and gavin came to visit. watched the agenda (rent control in ontario; growing the GTHAgrowing out, growing up).

Friday, 2017 April 7

‘When you are not testing a single hypothesis but have many possible guesses, … given enough possibilities, almost certainly one will prove to be a better fit to the data than random hits. But that doesn’t make it right. This subtle but somewhat obvious (in retrospect at least) problem is known … as the look-elsewhere effect.’ Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, 247.

Saturday, 2017 April 8

bj. watched full steam ahead.

Sunday, 2017 April 9

watched a park for all seasons (garibaldi), the water brothers (the end of sushi), and canada: the story of us (war of independence).

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More Food, Less Water

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#32. Coltrane/Hartman, Lush Life.

Esperanza Spalding, Radio Song.

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio, Memphis.

Bill Evans, Interplay.

Danny Michel, 24,000 Horses.

A Whole Bunch, Let’s Dance.

Hiromi, live.

Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Sessions Band, Live.

Chuck Berry, You Never Can Tell.

The Seasons (Ben Wendel): April (Eric Harland).

Monday, 2017 March 27

Trotula is seated at The Dinner Party.

my latest art, asteroid planet. chloe.

Tuesday, 2017 March 28

Tom Thomson.

Emily Carr.

Georgia O’Keeffe.

watched rmr and 22.

Wednesday, 2017 March 29

Added to the list of endangered species: the buff-breasted sandpiper, a prairie shorebird.

went to see a biopic about emily dickinson, then at home watched cavedigger.

Thursday, 2017 March 30

‘There is no religion without love, and people may talk as much as they like about their religion, but if it does not teach them to be good and kind to other animals as well as humans, it is all a sham.’–Anna Sewell.

watched rococo.

Friday, 2017 March 31

watched the water brothers (more food, less water). afterwards, susan and i talked about our parents and water-use growing up. they lived beside one of the largest lakes in the world and had no thought about water-use, whereas my father grew up in germany in the 30s and 40s; water was precious and he was very conscious of it. how precious is water was experienced by flint and less seriously saskatoon recently and by some Natives under boil advisories.

it’s spring and soon the warblers will be back, filling the air with music of birdsong!

Saturday, 2017 April 1

Hunting snapping turtles is now banned in Ontario (tx, sh).

s to toronto. chloe brought supper. reading about the differences between additive colour theory (eg, mixing colours in paints, above–RBG, where R=red, B=blue, G=Green) and subtractive colour theory (eg, mixing light in computer monitors, below–YMC, where Y=yellow, C=cyan, M=magenta),tho in high school i learned this version of additive colour theory, which is now over two hundred years old:

i mostly use a monitor now; must i re-learn colour theory? whether ‘inks or paints, oils or watercolors, transparencies or reflecting prints, computer displays or movie theaters, [the medium] was not considered especially relevant.’ uh-oh. maybe i’ve opened a can of worms.

Sunday, 2017 April 2

s back. watched the story of us and how to build a planet.

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Bach And Berry

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#33. John Coltrane, Blue Train.

Chuck Berry (1926-2017), Maybelline.

And now for something completely different, though both were on Voyager 1’s disk. It’s Bach’s birthday.

Pat Metheny And Charlie Haden, Our Spanish Love Song.

Susanne Fuhr And Olga Konkova, Sommerregn (Gentle Rain).

Joshua Redman and James Carter, Straight No Chaser.

Snarky Puppy, Live.

Irish And Celtic Music.

Jerry Garcia And David Grisman, The Thrill Is Gone.

Monday, 2017 March 20

Hrotsvitha is seated at the The Dinner Party.

my latest art: The Flag.

watched catholicism: the pivotal players (st francis of assisi and michelangelo).

Tuesday, 2017 March 21

Tom Thomson.

Emily Carr.

Georgia O’Keeffe.

‘The Haida do not see themselves as ending at their skin or fingertips. Of course, they would still be around physically if the trees were all gone, but a part of what it is to be Haida would be gone.’ The Legacy, 70.

servicemaster here, starting on the livingroom ceiling. watched rmr, 22, and Down The Deep, Dark Web.

Wednesday, 2017 March 22–World Water Day

Amnesty International reports that ‘water defenders [like Lolita Chavez, pictured] in Guatemala and Honduras continue to experience harassment, death threats, and attacks for protecting clean water and other rights.’

watched the agenda (trump and the great lakes; down in the sewer; beyond world water day)

Thursday, 2017 March 23

The biophilia hypothesis suggests that there is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems. E O Wilson defines biophilia as “the urge to affiliate with other forms of life”.

mcg meeting. watched rococo.

Friday, 2017 March 24

To the four classic elements–earth, air, fire, water–David Suzuki adds three more: biodiversity (Bill Nye The Science Guy’s favourite word), love (possibly everyone’s favourite word), and spirit (see The Legacy–pp 79-83).

lost a close one in scrabble. coulda gone either way. now susan’s practising italian.

Saturday, 2017 March 25

‘The scattered disk [which orbits the Sun from about Neptune outwards–see the inset above] is the reservoir of short-period comets. The Oort cloud … is the hypothesized source of long-period ones.’ The inset’s caption reads, ‘The orange track represents a typical KBO [Kuiper Belt Object] orbit. Pluto’s orbit is represented by the yellow ring.’ Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, 113.

susan went a seed saving event. watched the nature of things (fox tales), full steam ahead (episode three), and the dressmaker.

Sunday, 2017 March 26

‘My father was my great hero…. With his help, I wrote his obituary: Carr Kaoru Suzuki died peacefully. His ashes will be spread on the winds of Quadra Island [BC]… He said, “I will return to nature where I came from. I will be part of the fish, the trees, the birds–that’s my reincarnation.” ‘ The Legacy, 91-93

watched a park for all seasons (quetico) and the story of us (worlds collide).

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<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#34. Ahmad Jamal, Ponciana.

Preston Reed, Blasting Cap.

American crow.

Monday, 2017 March 13

Theodora is a guest at The Dinner Party.

Tuesday, 2017 March 14

Emily Carr.

bj. reading about emily carr: ‘in the last two decades, carr’s appeal has extended beyond canada’s borders…. In 2001-02, she was included alongside georgia o’keeffe and frida kahlo [in places of their own]…, and more recently seven of her paintings … were selected for display at documenta (13), the prestigious international art showcase’. watched rmr and 22.

Anu Garg of A-Word-A-Day wrote that March 14th is ‘the birthday of Albert Einstein. That wild-haired man known for E = mc² also gave us another equation when he said:
If A is success in life, then A = x + y + z.
Work is x, play is y, and z is keeping your mouth shut.’

watched rmr, 22, don’t panic: how to end poverty in 15 years, and water apocalypse.

Wednesday, 2017 March 15

‘The legacy in this lecture is one of thoughtful words about the hard place we’re in, but it’s also one of hopeful words.’ Margaret Atwood, foreword to The Legacy.

‘And so it has gone as we apply new technologies, only to find out later that they have unanticipated side effects. New technologies unleash perturbations that become a kind of experiment within the biosphere, as we will no doubt learn with genetically modified organisms. Our ignorance is vast, but human beings have become such a powerful force that we are altering the life-support systems of the planet.’ The Legacy, 19.

watched the agenda (powering ontario’s remote first nations, seeing the forest *and* the trees).

Thursday, 2017 March 16

From the northern forest to the urban forest: Celebrate the twelfth birthday of The Greenbelt!

watched rococo.

Friday, 2017 March 17

Georgia O’Keeffe.

in the afternoon i read the legacy by david suzuki: ‘in contrast to how we view our surroundings, every aspect of the natural world is interconnected…. the kind of energy we use [in our surroundings] has immense repercussions in the air, water, and land’. (the legacy, 34.) in the evening we watched manchester-by-the-sea.

Saturday, 2017 March 18

Tom Thomson.

explorers. watched full steam ahead.

Sunday, 2017 March 19

‘Salmon, forest, birds and bears, ocean, air and land, northern and southern hemispheres are all interconnected through a vast web of interdependence. But humans view the situation very differently…. We fragment what is a single interconnected system into separate components,… thereby ensuring we will never manage things sustainably. We must learn to look at the big picture and see the interconnectedness of all things.’ The Legacy, 64.

karen came for a guitar lesson. watched congo: on the lava trail, climate watch shorts (snowmobiling in a changing climate), a park for all seasons (sleeping giant), and the water brothers (ocean spies).

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Nefertiti’s Daughters

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#35. Duke Ellington And John Coltrane, In A Sentimental Mood.

Sarah McLachlan, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (Live).

Hildegard von Bingen, Celestial Harmony (sung by Sequentia–tx, sh).

Bebel Gilberto, So Nice (Summer Samba).

Chuck Mangione, Feels So Good (long version).

The Manhattan Project, Live.

Monday, 2017 March 6

Brigid of Kildare is a guest at The Dinner Party.

‘Nature’s laws affirm instead of prohibit. If you violate her laws, you are your own prosecuting attorney, judge, jury, and hangman.’–Luther Burbank (1849-1926).

Tuesday, 2017 March 7

Tom Thomson (1877-1917).

watched rmr and 22.

Wednesday, 2017 March 8–International Women’s Day.

‘It is worth noting that despite Pluto’s loss of planetary status, it is still special…. Based on what we know about the masses of objects in its vicinity, Pluto is larger than would be expected … and is likely the largest such object [in the Kuiper belt].’ Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, 109.

watched nature (super hummingbirds).

Thursday, 2017 March 9

Emily Carr (1871-1945).

‘This golden disk [on Voyager 1] did have at least one positive consequence. It was the reason that Annie Druyan [above], who was the disk’s creative creator, collaborated with Carl Sagan [below]. Even if it is mostly indecipherable to potential foreign life, the disk did contribute to a wonderful love story.’ Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, 121.

watched the nature of things (white wolves), seed: the untold story, and nefertiti’s daughters.

Friday, 2017 March 10

Carl Sagan said, ‘One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.’

watched the water brothers (the big leak) and loving. my latest art: rock.

Saturday, 2017 March 11

prep for the upcoming ago o’keeffe show by looking at some of her work.

bj here. watched full steam ahead.

Sunday, 2017 March 12

reading about fonts (for years, as a typesetter i made my living with fonts): freely available fonts (like liberation sans or liberation serif) versus proprietary fonts (like arial or times new roman), and about the canadian museum for human rights exhibit ‘our canada, my story‘ and other articles by professional journalists (unlike me, an unprofessional blogger). watched finding the lost da vinci. then oscar ate some dark chocolate. uh-oh. very dark chocolate.

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Also Sprach Zarathustra

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#36. Miles Davis, Freddie Freeloader.

northern-saw-whet-owl-777884northern saw-whet owl: in the wild, in the hand.

matt-brewerThe Seasons (Ben Wendel): March–Matt Brewer.

sivan_2869501bBach, Chromatic Fantasy (Sivan Magen, harp).

deodatoEumir Deodato, Also Sprach Zarathustra—album, live.

Monday, 2017 February 27

marcellaMarcella attended The Dinner Party.

screenshot-from-2017-02-27-19-29-23my latest art: the milky way.

20170328_africas_grt_ntns_benin_04watched Africa’s Great Civilizations (Origins/The Cross And The Crescent).

Tuesday, 2017 February 27

tom-thomson-hr-early-snowTom Thomson.

the-future-of-vaccines_uensu6q222ogkowxa262qcibd3ggiqn63zkcn5eeuqux54zcfvtq_373x210looking up the meaning of ‘shrove’, as in ‘shrove tuesday‘. watched breakthrough: fighting pandemics

Wednesday, 2017 March 1

grass-cover‘If I eat and take from the earth in ways that keep faith with it, I replenish myself and the earth in the same movement. The truth of this harmony eludes us most days, but lives within every small gesture of forbearance, generosity, and care, from the decision to eat healthy and local food to the farmer who sets aside his pesticides for the last time.’ Grass, Sky, Song, 254.

spy-in-the-wild-friendship_16x9watched spy in the wild (meet the spies) and africa’s great civilizations.

Thursday, 2017 March 2

carr-de-fuca-3-jpg-size-custom-crop-1086x690Emily Carr.

dandanddandelions_1920breading about tonight’s the nature of things show, dad and the dandelions. also watched africa’s great civilizations.

Friday, 2017 March 3

edward_abbey‘Society is like a stew. If you don’t keep it stirred up you get a lot of scum on the top.’–Edward Abbey, naturalist and author (1927-1989).

water-brothers-2-showwatched the rick mercer report, the water brothers, and  the agenda.

Saturday, 2017 March 4

dark-matter-and-the-dinosaursIn her book, Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, cosmologist Lisa Randall discusses dark matter and the cosmos, but also delves ‘into comets, asteroids, and the emergence and extinction of life, with special focus on the object that fell to Earth to kill off the terrestrial dinosaurs’. Dark Matter And The Dinosaurs, vix.

Sunday, 2017 March 5

shark-ridlon-kiphart-dpcwatched a shark doc and the passionate eye (hipster handbook).

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The Greatest Freedom Show On Earth

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

#37. Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald, Summertime. i prefer this version, by janis joplin.

semi-palmated-sandpipersemi-palmated sandpiper.

scottjoplinScott Joplin, The Entertainer.

Monday, 2017 Febuary 20

hypatia_by_julia_margaret_cameronHypatia is a guest at The Dinner Party.

marina-nematwatched the agenda (finding refuge in canada).

Tuesday, 2017 Febuary 21

tom__thomson_sunset_sky_7061_372Tom Thomson (1877-1917), Sunset Sky.

rick-mercer-report-profilewatched the rick mercer report and 22 minutes.

Wednesday, 2017 Febuary 22

queen-book-covermy computer crashed. now i’m on hers, which auto-capitalizes. saw queen of katwe.

lark-bunting-0011-gwl-05831‘The lark bunting is another vagabond prairie bird that will suddenly take a notion to nest in an area for a couple of years and then move on. One of the most gregarious of grassland songbirds, it [winters in] southern Texas and northern Mexico’.’ Grass, Sky, Song, 57.

Thursday, 2017 Febuary 23

men-of-the-northi think i fixed my computer with fsck. we watched africa and britain: a forgotten history(moral mission, the homecoming) and the dark ages: an age of light (the men of the north).

steve-jobs‘We’re here to put a dent in the universe.’–Steve Jobs (1955-2011).

Friday, 2017 Febuary 24

emily-carr-untitled-seascape-1935-smallEmily Carr (1871-1945).

watched the water brothers (water in space) and wildest islands (phillipines: islands of mystery).

Saturday, 2017 Febuary 25

casablanca_movie_posterwent to sara and stevie’s wedding at the casablanca because stevie’s mother, joanne, is a long-time friend of susan (stevie and sara are movie buffs).

Sunday, 2017 Febuary 26

the-greatest-freedom-show-on-earthafternoon with pnj at conversations after a tour of my old stomping ground. watched the greatest freedom show on earth.

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Watermelon Man

<sounds>’s top one hundred tracks.

herbie#38. Herbie Hancock, Watermelon Man.

wes_montgomeryWes Montgomery, Live.

screenshot-from-2017-02-12-22-33-08Bach, Cello Suite No.1 (arranged for steel-string guitar).

hedges-and-harp-guitarMichael Hedges, Because It’s There.

michael-hedgesMichael Hedges, While My Guitar Gently Weeps.

lossierBach /Jacques Loussier, Jazzy version of Chorale No 1, ‘Sleepers Awake’. In this video, the bassist plays a five-string acoustic bass.

harrow-fair-band-supplied-for-endemannHarrow Fair, Wicked Game (tx, sh).

screenshot-from-2017-02-15-13-33-48Me&MyGuitar, Cherish.

pat-metheny-3Pat Metheny, And I Love Her.

returntoforever_2_jkReturn To Forever, 2008.

wishbone-ash-wishbone-ash-frontWishbone Ash, early stuff. (tx, pj)

andrea-motisAndrea Motis, live.

hh-live-1974Herbie Hancock, Head Hunters (Live 1974).

head-huntersHerbie Hancock, Head Hunters (Album 1973).

Monday, 2017 February 13

blue-birdwhile waiting for servicemaster, i read saturday’s star about the environmental importance of birds (‘birds are important because they keep systems in balance‘ says the audubon society)–pest control, pollinating services, and more. birds are in serious decline. if you have a cat (the main cause of the decline) the article recommends letting your cat out at night when most birds are sleeping. when servicemaster came, they taped off the livingroom and set up dryers and dehumidifiers. later, we watched the agenda (a champion for disability rights).

ghBeth of The Guesthouse writes, ‘This year The Coldest Night of the Year walk will take place on Saturday, Feb 25, registration starts at 4pm, with the walk starting at 5:15pm. A light meal of chili and refreshments will be provided to the volunteers and walkers.’

Tuesday, 2017 February 14

lascaux-cave-painting‘This consistency means that the art in the caves is fundamentally conservative. In modern times we almost demand that art attacks the social order or mocks it or undermines it in some way. And our art changes as the times change. Cave art, which is unvarying, could not have done that.’ The Cave Painters, 229.

cwf-potd-by-michael-zahraBy Michael Zahra from the Canadian Wildlife Federation (tx, sh).

Wednesday, 2017 February 15


watched nature(spy critters) and nova(origami).

Thursday, 2017 February 16

eskimo_curlew_by_nachiii-d5un3db‘The Arctic day was long, and despite the tundra gales which whistled endlessly across the unobstructed land the day was hot and humid. The curlew alternately probed the mudflats for food and patrolled his territory, and all the time he watched the land’s flat horizon [for a mate] with eyes that never relaxed.’ Last Of The Curlews, 10-11.

dark-agesrun-around day. in the morning we went to huronia optical, the national bank, and the gbgh (to see dr okafo), where we might be spending more time as we age. in the evening, susan went to a midland-penetanguishene field naturalists meeting, while i stayed home, did some art, and talked with an old friend on his birthday. when susan came home, we watched the dark ages:an age of light (the wonder of islam),

Friday, 2017 February 17

20 Apr 1972, Washington, DC, USA --- Thurgood Marshall (1908-1993), first African American member of the United States Supreme Court stands wearing his robes. Among the many cases Marshall successfully argued, one of the most well known was Brown v. Topeka Board of Education in which racial segregation in American public schools was declared unconstitutional. Washington, D.C. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

‘In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute.’–US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.

snowmonkeyswatched wildest islands (japan: islands of extremes).

Saturday, 2017 February 18

grass-cover‘It’s a fool’s dream, but a part of me can’t stop imagining that if enough people would discover all that is good and holy in these birds, we might be able to turn things around before it’s too late.’ Grass, Sky, Song, 3.

a-thick-dossiersusan to t-o. reading about ‘dossier’ and ‘file, but mostly did art. karen and nancy brought dinner and some muffins, yummy of course.

Sunday, 2017 February 19

lucy-worsleykaren picked me up, and i spent the day at her place with cady and chloe (and gavin too, but not wes). nancy too. came home and watched tales from the royal bedchamber.


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