This elderly couple took a photo in their small garden outside their house for every season of the year, come rain, snow or shine.
They stood in the same spot for every season and showed off their beautiful little garden, which they were obviously very proud of.
I’m mesmerized by these wonderful pictures. Many emotions to be felt.
This is all I want, a cottage, a garden, and a best friend to share it with. And good rain cover.
"There is no demographic in this world that gives less of a flip than seventy year old lesbians. All I need to survive is a clean canteen and a sweater."
Echo Park Film Center is 12 years old! 12 years of media and film education, community building, screenings of experimental art, low-cost classes and equipment access. 8 years of friendship and being my favorite place to spend an afternoon in Los Angeles! There are some awesome events happening all weekend to celebrate, starting tomorrow night! www.echoparkfilmcenter.org
Come! I mean, it looks like talking boozy dogs will be there so you should be too!
Morning dance around.
Emily Graslie eloquently questions and answers how women can create anything, but specifically internet web content, while existing in a sexist culture that overwhelmingly defines women by how they look despite our attempts to be defined by everything but.
I was onstage, transitioning from a hilarious bit about lesbian porn into some pretty sweet butt sex material, when I heard a lady’s voice yell out, “They didn’t teach you that at _____!”
_____ is the name of my high school, and even though this particular show was in my hometown of Chicago,…