Saturday, June 8, 2024

Nothing When They Come

A L O H A From Honolulu!

Burst of brilliance
Morning display,
Eclat of light to chase
Spent night away.

A vermeil sash

Across blue velvet sky,
Herald's trumpet
Clear and sharp
And high.
Cloudia Charters

If your manner
doesn't say it,
your words will
sound like lies.

The national Māori flag,
also known as the
Tino Rangatiratanga flag in
reference to the concept of
Representing the Māori people
of New Zealand.
[Selected as the national Māori flag after
a nationwide consultation, 2009]

It is the little things
one bungles at.
The big, real ones are
nothing when they come.
E.M. Forster

Why are cows scared of cars? They’re afraid they might
end up on the grill.

What wisdom can you find
that is greater than kindness?
Jean Jacques Rousseau 



Saturday Critters

Jaipur Garden Affair

Pride  Godzilla

 While Godzilla isn't officially a mascot for Pride, they have been embraced by the LGBTQ+ community and shows up in fun ways to celebrate Pride Month. Godzilla is sometimes seen as an icon for the LGBTQ+ community, due in part to their long history in pop culture and portrayal as a powerful and confident creature, Godzilla being comfortable with masculinity (crushing cities) and femininity (laying eggs)
 is a great Pride Month symbol!