hey you… yes, you. i’m still here. hi. my time, however, seems to vanish at a rapid rate of speed. where does all the time go? no clue… but another year has come and gone and i recently celebrated (i.e. cried) my latest birthday (i.e. old age). i think i’m still in denial about it. […]
Author Archives: Caroline
this video, by tatia pilieva, has been all over the interwebz since yesterday and it documents strangers kissing for the very first time. it makes me feel all kinds of uncomfortable and awkward but i love it.
my love for miranda july knows no bounds. we feature NOWNESS videos on design milk regularly and this miranda one has been floating around the interwebs again recently. h/t to erin loechner for the reminder.
the latest from mazzy star \\\ ‘in the kingdom’
this post has been percolating for quite some time as my mind is like a vast sea of confusion… about what, you say? life. and the next step. most of my friends have long since settled down into one place. but me, i spent my 20s and part of my 30s moving back and forth […]
there’s nothing like a song that can bring you to your knees… when the lyrics and melody weave in and out of your body and oftentimes, your heart, producing a musical goldmine that you just can’t seem to forget. it can be a song that evokes happiness, melancholy, anger, you name it, but if it […]
i remember reading this in college and falling in love with it… What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why (Sonnet XLIII) by Edna St. Vincent Millay What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why, I have forgotten, and what arms have lain Under my head till morning; but the rain […]
i wrote this post at the end of 2012 and finally decided to post it after reading this post on the good men project’s website. someone asked me recently why i don’t have a job in photography since it was, after all, what my degree is in. i first went to school for english and […]
always loved this rilke poem… I Am Much Too Alone in This World, Yet Not Alone by Rainer Maria Rilke I am much too alone in this world, yet not alone enough to truly consecrate the hour. I am much too small in this world, yet not small enough to be to you just object […]
i picked up this book by donald miller last month after hearing about it for a couple of years and then being reminded of it when erin loechner referenced it in her post about slowing down. excellent read, by the way. she mentioned a passage in it that said: “People get stuck, thinking they are […]