The Rarest Kind

T for Terror, T for Threat.

americafirst

With this type of “forward” movement, we will indeed need to “Make America Great Again.”

sustainableenergy

That time, on the river

 

Gallery

Parts Left Over

Usually when I’ve assembled IKEA furniture I’ve only had the ‘normal’ amount of spare parts left over.  Not sure if this bed is IKEA, but the parts left over are a bit excessive, though that’s just my opinion.  Hope his dad survives!

Uptown!

Oh Balls.

Imagine coming home to *this*…..  LOL!

Back to Front

As I sit brainstorming and working in this so-labelled dreary “polar-vortex” weather, I have TEDTalks running in the background.  This one in particular by Stefan Sagmeister steadily gained all of my attention.  Very interesting how he runs his business, and I also enjoy/agree with his view on integrating retirement years into working years.  Click the image below to watch, or listen, and perhaps gain some inspiration as I did.

Stefan Sagmeister

Thirty ?

I came across this article on the Business Insider written by a 30yr old, but is something to which we can all relate.  Click the image or link to read on:

http://read.bi/14j6MGJ

Bart Simpson

B&W, with a little gray.


Destiny

Steven H. Coogler Respect

Steven H. Coogler Pride

Gandhi

Wilfred

On Second Glance

So often it is easy to see things from one perspective: our own.

From a different angle, we unveil a whole new aspect; Bo has no idea he has complete heterochromia, he can only see the world in the way he was given: through his own eyes.  As a more aware observer, the world should be viewed in more than one aspect than simply our own, and we should always embrace (even if we do not necessarily accept) a different perspective.

PS: my computer is down for the count; as I look into a new one, I will post more once I have it..  Hopefully by week’s end I will be back up and running (can’t wait!) Thanks for your patience, sorry for the absence : )

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