It's officially Spring on the east coast and everybody is buzzin' with ideas of
late afternoon walks, planting flowers, saying hello to neighbors with a rejuvenated smile and wave. As if we were a clan of bears, hibernating over winter.
I have a few Spring rituals that creep around every time the weather
gets lighter, days get longer, & my bedroom windows are pulled open letting the new air penetrate my world, and lungs.
One of my favorite "It's Spring!" things to do is rewatch HBO's Carnivale series.
It's my absolute favorite series. Ever.
The simple Good Vs. Evil is more complicated and beautiful than anyone could imagine.
The characters playing out, like old time friends, the scenes that forever change your idea of human beings.
The rules are always changing, and evil takes form like you've never seen. Within the heart of a preacher.
Gah! I love it. It has definitely been my biggest muse when it comes to vintage inspired anything.
And of course, plays a huge part in my Carnival (and Freak) obsession.
I've also been taking Charlie boy on walks.
I'm kind of frustrated there aren't more dog friendly trails here in the Reading area.
We used to walk around Blue Marsh lake (they drain the lake a little in the winter), and discover some pretty cool things in the sand. The whole boots getting stuck in muck gets kind of old after awhile...
What is your absolute favorite thing to do during Spring??
I'm finishing up some prints at the studio, then meeting Mike for lunch and spending the rest of the afternoon together. It's something we can't normally fit into our schedules, so I'm looking forward to our little rendezvous.
In case you were wondering, I was propping most of the day for a shoot tomorrow.
I'm kind of tired of looking at plates right about now...
(Taken with crappy phone. no, I don't have an iPhone. No, I won't get one ::Mike::)
Plus we're having some super wild thunderstorm thing happening, and I definitely don't want to drive home in this weather!
I plan on reading some more of Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential when I get home, plus a little one on one with Tony Horton (per usual weekday), finishing up an interview, maybe doing laundry. Maybe.
How's your Monday turning out?
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I'm having a BOGO at the shop as well! Please take advantage of me. I mean, it.