Boys Night

March 31, 2015

16983060031_a364048307_b“We have not immortal souls, we shall never live again; but, like the green sea-weed, when once it has been cut off, we can never flourish more. Human beings, on the contrary, have a soul which lives forever, lives after the body has been turned to dust. It rises up through the clear, pure air beyond the glittering stars. As we rise out of the water, and behold all the land of the earth, so do they rise to unknown and glorious regions which we shall never see.”
― Hans Christian Andersen

Treehouse Living

March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-19 (1 of 1)“The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those who sang the best.”
― John James Audubon

The King

March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-21 (1 of 1)“Go to the sea or climb the mountain, and with the ruggedest and the savagest you will find likewise the fairest and the most delicate. The greatness and the minuteness of nature pass all understanding.”
― John Burroughs

Staying Warm

March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-18 (1 of 1)“As we embrace our passions and delve into the mystery of life, we unite with the majestic complexity of nature; and if we follow the signs, this can help us understand who we really are.”
― Sebastian Pole


March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-03 (1 of 1)“Love is at the heart of the world, just as it is at the heart of your life. Your relationships with your lover, your family, your friends, and the world around you define the quality of your emotional wholeness and reflect your relationship with yourself.”
― Sebastian Pole


March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-10 (1 of 1)“Nobody had ever told me that anything could be like this.”
― Robert Penn Warren

Expanded Family

March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-02 (1 of 1)“Tell me a story of deep delight.”
― Robert Penn Warren

Ben and Lisa

March 29, 2015

march2015-lastdayofmarch-14 (1 of 1) march2015-lastdayofmarch-12 (1 of 1)“[F]or when you get in love you are made all over again. The person who loves you has picked you out of the great mass of uncreated clay which is humanity to make something out of, and the poor lumpish clay which is you wants to find out what it has been made into. But at the same time, you, in the act of loving somebody, become real, cease to be a part of the continuum of the uncreated clay and get the breath of life in you and rise up. So you create yourself by creating another person, who, however, has also created you, picked up the you-chunk of clay out of the mass. So there are two you’s, the one you create by loving and the one the beloved creates by loving you. The farther those two you’s are apart the more the world grinds and grudges on its axis. But if you loved and were loved perfectly then there wouldn’t be any difference between the two you’s or any distance between them. They would coincide perfectly, there would be perfect focus, as when a stereoscope gets the twin images on the card into perfect alignment.”
― Robert Penn Warren, All the King’s Men

Gypsy and Sparrow

March 29, 2015

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“And she thought what a clean, simple life she would have led if it weren’t for love.”
— Anne Tyler


March 18, 2015

march2015-dreamcatcher-05 (1 of 1)But, you’ll love him until it all goes dark.  You’ll love him even after that.