…and ourselves. And we did. Photo by Duffboy Advertisements
I have listened to 3% of Men Without Women, from Haruki Murakami, Philip Gabriel – translator, Ted Goossen – translator, narrated by Kirby Heyborne, on my aplicación Audible. Waking up in Sugar Beach, Costa Rica.
A little quote from Silver Lining’s Playbook.🔝 Colouring by Duffboy
The world lacks safe spaces. Stay safe tonight.
I wrote something that made me proud. I slept over 10 hours. I enjoyed Mindy Kaling’s book. I was useful.
This is Sussudio, a great, great song, a personal favorite.
A moment of sheer panic remain non-violent. It’s important to fit in. A Duffboy haiku inspired by American Psycho
In the past five years, the artist formerly known as Billy Corgan has had more eyes on him for his extracurricular antics than ears on his music. The Smashing Pumpkins frontman, in between playing actual Smashing Pumpkins shows and releasing a new album with the current incarnation of the band, has appeared multiple times on… via […]
Completely unrelated to this pocket size poetry book… or is it?
As I write this I should probably be asleep, but I’m not of course. This has been quite the year for me and all of us (I know). Let’s just not get into the death toll (not just surrounding popular culture) of 2016, it seems as though we are living in deadlier times. I’m reading […]
Días después del nombramiento de la periodista Svetlana Aleksiévich como premio Nobel de Literatura del 2015, el prominente escritor argentino Alberto Manguel celebró la premiación y manifestó su o… Source: Bob Dylan o el inagotable problema de los géneros literarios; por Maikel Ramírez
“What happens when people open their hearts?” “They get better.” ― Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood
Although this isn’t an original GIF of mine, it has a social marketing agenda to it 😉
But things can always be better. Photo by: Julian Hammer
Being reading up on some narcissism, in an enlightening book titled Why is it always about you? by Sandy Hotchkiss (which I found used at a bookstore in Panajachel, Sololá). The healing has begun, friends: “The tendency is to recreate the dramas of our earlier life in an effort to write new endings, but if […]