Ep.2 stood out to me because we do not often think of animals like whales as having a love-thing going on with their fellow whales, but it’s clear the mother-child relationship is happening with them. Losing your baby whale is not something the mother just chalks up to “oh well.” I also love when we can see moments where nature and humans come together like this, and I know there are a host of dog-and-cat moments to pull from, but what about something the size of an interstate bus? That’s not routine.
I have been writing a lot lately and it is eating into my t-shirt situation. Plus, I am having a hard time finding cyanotype liquids I need locally, which I sometimes prefer over Amazon. Not an excuse, but travel is easing up a bit, and I’m going to really try hard to get Eddlin finished first. I don’t really know what to do with it, other than post it here. I like that it is not really much of anything. I think that will change at some point, but for now, I don’t want to be competing. Competing brings out the worst in me. Creating, the best. It is copywritten, it is safe for now in the hands of the interwebs.
This has been something I’ve looked at a lot in the last week. Nick Cave’s site.
I’ve been listening to some good tunes, which are posted below, for you: