what we wear impacts how we think and how we remember.
There’s a phenomenon known as “enclothed cognition.” It’s the scientific way of saying what we wear impacts how we think and how we remember. — Eika Veurink
There is a green, not so much neon, not so much…
place, movement, complacency, and the changes we make.
Space is the rearrangement of our fluctuating values of time, money, opportunity, attention and privilege.
I’ve lived in different parts of the world, tasted different parts of California.
I can tell you that Oakland lets in so much light in the summer…
britney, paris hilton, bennifer, and the fall of Afghanistan
It’s a joke.
A big fat joke.
Towers, I’ve been told, fell over on fire.
Smoke rose from the soot-filled faces of New Yorkers.
I flipped through the channels looking for The Simpsons.
My evening cartoons were nowhere to be found.
or how the past becomes suddenly present, and the present seems mediated by the long passage of years.
When death occurs, the internal and the external meet.
Your eyes drip with tears and your heart rips open.
Your knuckles go white and your stomach croaks.
My father died when I…
what’s the most important work you do?
“Would you like to share lives together?”
When heard, romantic implications arise.
When “romance” is said, marriage montages play out, and naturally, we think “til death do us part,” but why do we disregard friendships and communities, natural floor plans to any relationship?