Boredom and Nature

“The special kind of boredom from which modern urban populations suffer is intimately bound up with their separation from the life of Earth.” Bertrand Russell

Don’t Be a Thrift Store Snob

Thrift shops, donations bins, charity shops, charity sales, etc. etc. Whatever you want to name them, they don’t have the same high brow ring as ‘Vintage Shop.’ But who the f**k cares?

The Wet Season

Well thus far it’s been a highly interesting Autumn here. Lots of rain, and wetness, not a lot of the leaves crunching under foot and sunshine.

Couldn’t Stop Laughing

One day we walked to swimming, and on the way I stopped with my Girl to take some outfit shots.

Beggars Can’t Be Choosers

Especially when they’re parents. 

Nourishment in One Place

“As in childhood, they become fixated on one person, whom they see as their sole source of well-being. They transfer this desperate attitude to their relationships, believing all of their nourishment can be provided by one person only: their particular mate” – Zen and the Art of Falling in Love.

Every Once in a While

“Every once in a while you will come across someone who will completely rob you from your sleep, and those the people who are just too beautiful to put into words.” – R.M. Drake

Positivity and Other Crap

I know that on social media, and publicly I guess, we’re supposed to be all about positivity. But aren’t there days when you just want to scream?

October Swishbook

As things slow down…so do I.

English Tale

Some days I like to imagine I’m in some epically grandiose English tale. 

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