It's not worth going to see a squirrel grab a nut, or fish swimming around in a big tank if I must put up with the ugly contemporary human pollution that accompanies each excursion. The squirrel may enliven me and remind me of better vistas but the price in social interaction isn't worth it. If, on my way to visit the squirrel, I encounter a single person who gains stimulation by seeing me, I feel like I have given more than I've received and I get sore.
If every time I go somewhere to see a fish swimming, I become someone else's stimulation, I feel shortchanged. I'll buy my own fish and watch it swim. Then, I can watch the fish, the fish can watch me, we can be friends, and nobody else interferes with the interaction, like trying to hear what the fish and I are talking about. I won't have to get dressed a certain way to visit the fish. I needn't dress the way my pride dictates, because who's going to see me? I needn't wear any pants. The fish doesn't care. He doesn't read the tabloids. But, if I go out to see a fish other than my own, I'm right back where I started: entertaining others, which is more depleting than visiting the new fish is entertaining.
I find no stimulation in watching ordinary people trying to put the make on other uninteresting people. I can fix my own cup of coffee and not have to look at or talk to other people. No matter where I go, I stimulate others, and have been doing so all my life. It used to be I'd sometimes get stimulated back.
Para os dias chuvosos como hoje temos rain bonnet ( touquinha de chuva inspiradas nos anos 50/60 com estampas variadas) para as pin-ups protegerem seus belos penteados! A venda na nossa loja online ou inbox por aqui! Enviamos para todo Brasil 💦💦💦💦💦 Na foto a linda @aurora_dvine fotografado pela Elaine Kuntz
Help us turn plastic bags into fantastic mats! There are three ways you can help.
1. Do not throw your plastic bags away - collect them and give them to us (it takes about 700 bags to make a mat).
2. Cut your bags up and turn them into plarn - we have a video showing you how to do this - link in bio.
3. Crochet your plarn into a plastic mat which we will collect and donate to the homeless.
Social, environmental and community focus this is THE plastic fantastic challenge. Who’s in?