Not only does Delilahs stew taste fantastic, it looks autumnal as well. How perfect!
Rules, justice, the system, none of this works by itself. Terry Pratchett once wrote “There is no justice, there’s just us”. It’s true. People make justice, it doesn’t exist on it’s own. Without people standing up for the system, it collapses. It doesn’t work on it’s own. Laws, norms of government, all can be bypassed, […]
I always associate certain music with different times of the year, and ‘Slow’ by dEUS is very Autumn/Winter for me. That time when the air takes on that first chill that lets you know summer has ended. “arty bohemia and melancholy, late-night regret”
Five great tips to help introverts survive in an open plan office: http://www.quietrev.com/5-ways-to-love-your-office/ Well worth trying a few, open plan offices are basically hellish for introverts. All that activity and half heard conversations are basically draining your ‘social’ reserves. Oh, for an office!
There’s a lovely interview in Vanity Fair with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer for The Sound of Music's 50th Anniversary. It would surprise no one, perhaps, to learn that Julie Andrews travels with her own teakettle. On a late afternoon last winter she and Christopher Plummer met me at the Loews Regency Hotel, in Manhattan, […]
First up is P.J. Harvey’s Down by the Water (hat-tip to @monaeltahawy for posting) from 1995’s critically acclaimed To Bring You My Love, and secondly The Moneymaker by Rilo Kiley from their 2007 swansong Under the Blacklight.
n. the smallest measurable unit of human connection, typically exchanged between passing strangers—a flirtatious glance, a sympathetic nod, a shared laugh about some odd coincidence—moments that are fleeting and random but still contain powerful emotional nutrients that can alleviate the symptoms of feeling alone. The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows — xeno.