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Travelling is, or was for a long time to me anyway, a way of life, and then became one of the primary drivers…
What a wonderful story!
Cats get a bad rap, but they can be sensitive and nurturing too. The cutest nurse at a Polish animal shelter is under a foot tall, with pointed ears and black fur.
Rademenes, a black cat who lives at the shelter in Bydgoszcz, does the important work of providing comfort and companionship to animals undergoing medical treatment. Duties include gently resting on top of recovering cats and spooning canine patients.
Rademenes came to live at the animal shelter after his original owners brought him in with an inflamed respiratory tract, and feared he was too sick to make a recovery, Polish news channel TVN Meteo reported. But veterinarian Lucyna Kuziel-Zawalich took a liking to the cat, and managed to nurse him back to health before taking him in as her own.
Now Rademenes is considered an important asset to office staff, comforting patients after surgery and sometimes cleaning their ears.
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Interesting tidbit, for those who didn’t know. Lucky is actually Peter Rabbit’s cousin, twice removed on his mother’s side.
For my followers who are into film making, thought I should share because I think this is a wonderful idea
If we reduce social life to the smallest possible unit we will find that there is no social life in the company of one.
– Jerzy Kosinski
‘Purple,’ my short created in collaboration with the cast.
I hope you all survived the blizzard intact.
2015 is here, and I have big filmmaking goals. One is to shoot my feature, The Cape House, but another is to adopt a new way of working.
Almost 3 years ago, I made a short film called ‘Purple.’ ‘Purple’ was unique in how I made it. There’s a longer post about this specific subject on A-Bittersweet-Life today, but, briefly, I didn’t write a script before casting. I instead came up with a basic idea, cast the film, then, through rehearsal and conversations, wrote the movie in collaboration with my cast.
This is not a new approach. Many great directors, like Mike Leigh and…
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and I realized, my desire for writing was stronger. When I was looking for monologues to audition with, I didn’t really like the ones I found, so I started writing … Continue reading I was reminiscing about my acting days…
Ooo…I like this!
Do you dare to read the words
bled out onto white pages
with nothing to doubt
no restriction of concept or paradigm
no restriction of what reality really is
What is real and what is not
is at the poet’s discretion…
what is true and what is not
what is reality and what is plot
who exists and who is imagined
We write to entertain your mind
to stimulate your imagination
and tantalize your senses
words that make you feel such sorrow
words that make you smile or laugh
words so powerful you sit and say nothing
for nothing is the right thing to say
don’t look for forgiveness
don’t look for remorse
it is the world of true feeling
it is the world of your pain
the less you admit it
the less you will gain
because something inside you
rings true with each verse
there is something that…
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Originally posted on I Never Unpack:
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Blur.” It is beautiful out my side door…splashes of spring color everywhere. But this bright…
Whoa! I just had major “acid trip” flashback, dude! Nice. 😉 I think it’s time to take my opium pipe for a drive and ride those waves.
I’m glad I looked this over, for some reason the video is not playing, so I’ve posted the link to the YouTube video. Check it out!
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So, once more, I am playing with words, getting in touch with my raging hormones, exploring young passions without a care in the world but, eventually you learn, passion without … Continue reading Playing with words again