A Holga photo submission to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge – this week’s theme: Sun.
An entry about my attendance of the opening of “We were there too…” – an exhibit where “twenty [street] children paint their revolutionary realities, the peaks of hope, and the moments of despair. And what it is they think we should know.”.
Back on the yoga mat, back on the writing track, and it feels good.
A short film about our city, the occupied: “Two parallels… A city for the people… and a city for the authority.”
Stars hide your fires, let not light see my black and deep desires.
A vintage Egyptian vespa ad stands in stark contrast to a photo of a men-only bike rally organized by the Freedom and Justice Party I had blogged about.
Giving a little chocolate spreads a little happiness.
A second lomographic submission to this week’s WordPress photo challenge – the theme: journey.
In remembrance of the April 8 Officers. Salute!
Friday morning would have been perfect if it weren’t tarnished by street harassment.
Initially started as a review of Oscar Wilde’s Vera, this introduction-turned-post summarizes my first impressions of Wilde’s work as I discuss The Importance of Being Earnest – my first Wilde read.
New research shows plants can actually talk and listen to each other, and I have a photo to prove it.