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    1. jn56uytrx
      I found it at my library! Thanks so much for the suggestion. "Expect art not a documentary" the IMDB leading review says. Combined with your recommendation, that sounds very good to me. :) I'll check back in with you once I've had a chance to view it. I'll look after asking this, but are your monks posted here?
    2. jn56uytrx
      I hope your break was restorative and you're happy to be back! Um...it's now been some time since I listened. I have it on hold at the library and I recall having a positive experience of what I listened to, but I guess I also have to acknowledge that I haven't been seeking it out since the original listen...so, I guess it must not have blown me away. I'm glad you're enjoying it! Have you done any more of that Shearwater art?
    3. jn56uytrx
      So, have you listened to anything from Golden Archipelago yet? Thoughts? I just noted it's release and thought of you. I'm listening to Meridian as I type. :)
    4. Feelings
      gave up on being ISFP? wasn't for you eh?
    5. Outside
      Now happy post-New Year! Yeah, songs and albums seem to be one of the few things I am certain of in memories. I had an M83 summmer (I am assuming you know them), oh boy, think of that personal drama. I get burned CD's all the time from my friends, though it may be a while till that right time comes to play it. Memories and music seem to be almost the same thing sometimes. Gives you an interesting sense of time.
    6. Raccoon Love
      Raccoon Love
      I wanted to wish you a happy new year!!and I hope 2010 is an awesome year for you!!!

      Love,Raccoon! :)
    7. Gaze
      Thanks for the rep. It was meant to be personal and a bit humorous.
    8. Outside
      Merry Chistmas! I love Bon Iver. That music is stitched into my memory of last year's winter. Still enjoy him.
    9. Puck
      Merry Christmas! :mxmas:
    10. slant
      No problem jlynnr, I am doing my duty to protect the forum from lies.
    11. DevilDoll
      Exactly. Beirut and Of Montreal fall into that way out there category. Not that I have a problem with that, but sometimes I want them to reign it in a bit. That's what Fanfarlo is, and it's amazing. Thank you again!
    12. DevilDoll
      Yeah I am very impressed. Fanfarlo reminds me a little bit of Beirut, but I think I may like them better.
    13. DevilDoll
      I have to thank you for your top albums list! I am now in love with Fanfarlo and The Tallest Man on Earth. Thank you!
    14. jn56uytrx
      Yep, Snow Leopard is a winner for me too. So is Leviathan, Bound, but of the three it's actually probably third.

      Thanks for the confirmation on Mr. Hopkins. I'll add him to my list of things to check out. Today has been an artistic avalanche for me and I'm happy to buried. :)
    15. jn56uytrx
      I actually own the album, bought because of my deep enjoyment of Rook. Yes, so many of the songs contain the same beauty. I can't deny Rook remains my favorite though.

      I'll be looking up more Mary Oliver for certain based on that poem and your recommendation. Is the Hopkins you're thinking of Gerard Manley Hopkins? I did a search for poet Hopkins and that's what came up. Well, when you recall, please send that along too.

      Off to look at your artwork!
    16. IndigoSensor
      I know of M83, but I never got into them really. They arent really my style. I like things that are intrinsicly electronic, :) By no means are they bad though.
    17. jn56uytrx
      I heard the song Rook for the first time on a local radio station a year or so ago. I had one of those mesmerized "can't speak and break the moment" kind of experiences. It still creates that in me.

      I read your profile to see if you had any of your artwork there. While meandering through the pages, I was struck by the Mary Oliver poem there (among other of your expressions) as well.

      I'm glad a similar musical taste was cause to meet. :)
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    I would love to do art therapy with children in Ro
    It doesn't have to be
    the blue iris, it could be
    weeds in a vacant lot, or a few
    small stones; just
    pay attention, then patch

    a few words together and don't try
    to make them elaborate, this isn't
    a contest but the doorway

    into thanks, and a silence in which
    another voice may speak.

    -Mary Oliver

    I am in the art building for literally more hours than I am in my dorm.

    I have too many ideas and not enough time to express them all.

    I am bad at describing/explaining spatial things with words. "That thing over there" could mean a tree, a building, a bug, or my best friend.

    My brains are made of space.
    In descending order, which 6 things could you never do without?:
    6. Light
    5. Soap
    4. Literature
    3. Camera
    2. Friends
    1. God
    I love to listen to people talk, get to know them, hear their best ideas. I like to play in the snow, in the rain, and when it's just bright and sunny outside. I read, listen, and (occasionally) draw when there's nothing else to do, and sometimes I'll even write a poem or two (although I haven't done so in a very long time). I enjoy making and drinking many many cups of very strong, very sweet tea, and I would love to have some very strong, very sweet tea with you sometime.

    the smell of orange peels and typing random things into google images to see what comes up.
    monks and watching people quote tim&eric.
    pebbles by running water and stealing mugs from the dining commons.
    small green growing things and forcing the binding of my sketchbook into a slow agonizing death.
    fountains and not wearing shoes ever.
    invisible cities and imagining hugely impractical "senior show ideas" (they're more installation pieces than anything else).
    art and living.


    "He showed me the future - not what would happen, but who I was meant to be."
    --Robert Siegel