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Drawing by Allan Brewer. We went to an opening of his last night. I really enjoyed it – lots of colored pencil drawings and words and white frames. It’s at the Chambers Hotel, in case you live in the area and want to check it.
This print is by C.E.B. Reas. Reas designs software programs, and this is an example of one of the images derived from people interacting with one of his programs.
On a simpler note, here are some items from the list Lies I’ve Told my 3 Year Old Recently by Raul Gutierrez:
Tiny bears live in drain pipes.
If you are very very quiet you can hear the clouds rub against the sky.
Everyone knows at least one secret language.
Sadness can be eaten.
I will always be there.
My friend Joanna showed me this video. AOL accidentally released the private search terms of a bunch of its users, and the narrator of this video simply reads a series of words and phrases searched for by one woman. They tell quite a story.
We’re in our new house! We’d been sleeping on a pile of blankets until last night. We finally got our bed over here yesterday – nice to have that back.
Yay, yay, yay! Artist Yeondoo Jung replicates scenes from kids’ drawings. Thanks to my friend Esther for showing me these.
Gwen Bell started the Best of 2009 Blog Challenge for the month of December, and I’m going to try my best to take part. Yesterday’s prompt was the best restaurant experience of 2009. Bests are tough because you always forget something, but what first comes to mind is a meal at Namaste in May.
My sister was out for a visit, and it was her last night in town, so we (my sis, my mom, P, and I) went out for one last dinner. My mom had made an offer on a house that day. It was a fantastic meal, but what made it so memorable was all the laughing. We laughed so much! And Denise and I got silly in a way that reminded me of our childhood. I have wonderful memories of the strange, creative, wild, and wonderful ways that we would spend our time as kids. At one point during this supposedly grown up meal, Denise grabbed my face and tried to squeeze the food out of my mouth. Instead, she made my lip bleed. In the moment, it was the most hilarious thing. Hilarious in a crazy kid way. It’s nice to end visits on a high note.
Now, this. This is wonderful. I found it on Fffound!
Makes me think of Where the Wild Things Are, which I am very excited to see. Yeah – I know everyone’s excited to see it.
Available in t-shirt form here.
T I R E D.
Image by ieganai.
Some things that have happened: P and I exhibited at a book festival. I slept for 14 hours straight. It snowed.
Sadly, I can’t tell you who created these enchanting images. You can see more on the Unicorn Diaries site, though.
Goodnight moon. Sleep well.