i'm a little in love with michele oka doner. i've known of her for years, but two recent-ish interviews i tripped over had me scribbling notes like mad.
"oh there’s so much great truth in how things divide and replicate themselves. there’s such a life force, whatever name anybody gives it. it’s undeniable. and there is magic. it’s why we all stop when we see the lightening. to hear the thunder, the dialogue in a way between electricity and violence."
she's tactile. goes around touching things all the time. she's a barefoot girl. and then there's this...
"evolved women have begun to form a collective awareness of how to support one another. it goes way beyond 'what dress am i wearing tonight?' i really like women. i've learned how to negotiate a world filled with intelligent and attractive women, giving everyone their due."
breathtaking, she is.
lee van cleef was hot in the good, the bad and the ugly. henry fonda was even hotter in once upon a time in the west. but chatting for hours with uncle sugar long after the girlies three fall asleep about all things sergio leone? well. that's not bad, either.
sally mann's photography guts me.
and when i'm next due for color, i'm going silver.
to match parts of uncle sugar's beard. which reminds me of something else i learned this weekend: when i teasingly call my husband old man, it makes him huffy and indignant.
i hope you laughed and stole some kisses these past few days. two musts for a fantastic weekend, yes? yes. which reminds me of a super cute tumblr called kissez. enjoy. and you're right. i am trying to distract you from asking for all of my references for the above pics and quotes. please excuse my lazy. and xoxo.