Another one bites the dust.
I have a history of smashing things into little bits. It is really rather unfortunate considering the small amount of plates, cups and silverware that I have. So this particular incident came as a surprise, as I did not break the item up on the chopping block today.
I . . . → Read More: “And This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” Part Three
“You are a child of the Universe no less than the trees & the Stars” I adore this cup. Thank you Robyn!
This is part two of an ongoing series about the short lifespan of my drinking vessels. I figure that this will be series, seeing that I am continually graceful. To subscribe to . . . → Read More: “And This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” Part Two
My adventures in accidentally breaking things continues. . . . → Read More: “And This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”
This was written by Doc and Dominique and handed out at Occupy Black Friday Seattle 2011. I thought this was phenomenal and really wanted to share this with all of you. Please read this and think about it.
In a cash economy, one goal is accumulation. In gift culture, the focus is placed on sharing . . . → Read More: Cash Economy vs. Gift Culture