Originally uploaded by Noah Kalina
Dancing is a fabulous thing. Expansive movement, taking up space. I love to dance, to seize the joy in the world. Dancing is a form of joy, after all.
This picture encapsulates this feeling of freedom. Of giving in to inner desires, and dancing with whatever is available. I'm not sure what the silver thing is, other than another piece of the world.
Everything is shiny when you're dancing.
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These guys did something similar in New Zealand, inspired by the above. Yay for wackiness.
-- Toni McGee Causey, Positive and Negative Spaces
(The original article is mostly on writing, but this paragraph popped out at me.)
However, I have no invites. Apparently, you only get invites if you were invited by Google (rather than by friends). I'm certain this will change, and as I said, once it does I will announce it. (To twitter and to LJ.)
He was one of a thousand small boys in the City, all lost, all clutching the last vestiges of their memories lest they, too, are stolen away.
He's a marketer, so maybe that makes sense for him. But I still have many of my textbooks, and I still collect ones I like. And I do use them for reference (at the oddest times).
So, LJ world, what do you think? Do you use your textbooks? Are they a massive rip-off?