This morning I plugged my sewing machine into an outlet, only to find that the outlet wasn’t working. I looked at the breaker box, but nothing had been tripped, so I called in a work request to the apartment office.
I got home today and found a note taped on the light switch in the loft. This is the light switch that didn’t turn the overhead light on and I never really knew what it was for, actually. The note on the switch read, ” this is the switch for the outlet. It was switched off so the outlet was off”.
heh. now I know what that light switch does…..
the frogs are SO LOUD.
omg i was fooling around with gif making and the loop makes it look like they’re playing a really intense game of frisbee.
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Crow Fall and Crow Consternation
Finally finished the crows on a carpet of maple leaves! When I did, I realized that I had actually started a new seasonal crow series. Crow Consternation is actually my new winter crows! I’m excited about spring and summer <3
Can we have another “Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.” post with the words
Cecil then tried to explain him that angels aren’t real but Carlos wouldn’t stop shaking.
Narrative Negative Space: How What’s Not There Says as Much as What Is
Today I’m going to talk negative space, and how the concept for negative space relates to Supernatural. Specifically, I’m going to look at how the narrative is setting up for canon romantic relationship between Dean and Castiel through strategic employment of negative space. I’m going to describe what I mean by negative space, first through a discussion of its use in visual art. Though I am a linguist, I have studied visual art and art history for most of my life, in high school, college and on my own, and it is one of my major passions. Then, I’m going to discuss it from a discourse and linguistic and narrative point of view, and how this visual art concept translates to a narrative.
But first, I’m going to start with this: