Steve Duck shares with us that there is a better way to make use of our discarded plastics. Check out this video of a remarkable Japanese invention that turns plastic, into oil!
Archives for July 2012
“There is a lot of magic involved in growing a good wig!” ~ The words of the wigmaster, an elderly sage of the Huli Wigmen, talking about hair care.
My mother Magda has me fitted at the seamstress. Die Schneiderin measures my waist, the length of my arm. The hemline. Buttons. Belt. “White for a First Communion dress. And a short-sleeved summer dress.”
The assignment was to write our worst secret, the thing we would never live down, the thing that… ‘dismantles your own sense of yourself.’ And everybody knew instantly what that thing, for them, was.
Costa Rica’s Monteverde Cloud Forest offers visitors the chance to dive into in a unique eco-system adventure without even getting out of bed.
It was bound to happen, but for some reason, it took me by surprise. The phone call from my daughter was a welcome one. After weeks of tension, of hurt feelings and jangled nerves, we were finally back on speaking terms.
In the distance, while lacing up before 5:00 … “Come out with your hands up, you are surrounded!”
A laborer passes cane through the crusher to extract all the juice so that it might be fermented in order to produce rum at The River Antoine Distillery.
I love words. Words like hypnaogogic, gobsmacked, serendipity, and onomatopeia that lick my lips as they slip slide out of my mouth.
Today let’s talk about peripheral vision. Have you ever looked intently at a problem, but find yourself no closer to solving it?