Is the soul solid, like iron?
Or is it tender and breakable, like
the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl? Mary Oliver, from “Some Questions You Might Ask” House of Light (Beacon Press, 1990)

(Source: sacredgraffiti, via booklover)

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Macaron marshmallow sandwiches from Paper & Stitch. Pretty and yum! 

The ‘not so feral anymore’ kittens playing by ~Rebecca P~ on Flickr.

Bergamo, Italy (by Linus Wärn)

Good morning, I doodled with watercolors on a paper coffee cup again. This is going to become a series of coffee places and doodles. Any cool ideas / wishes for the drawing on the cup?
I think of a struck bell,
how it resonates through ribs and spine,
as your voice rings in me. Laura Grace Weldon, from “Tearing Down the Schoolhouse,” in Tending  (via the-final-sentence)
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Biology Notes on Paper
Our jaws dropped when we discovered Notes by Tracey, a series of detailed biology notes made with Paper. A few of our favorites:

All the Doctors.