subtilitas:

Paulo Mendes da Rocha - Casa no Butantã, the architect’s own home, São Paulo 1966. Via, photos (C) Nelson Kon

from subtilitas

i’m sure glad that, even though we may lose the incandescent bulb, we’ll never lose candlelight.

it’s rainy.

and it’s been almost 3 months already.  just about a week shy.  

some tough times for sure, but i’m so fortunate to have the most incredible friends and loved ones standing behind me during this transition.  i know it’s good, i know i’m working on making it better here, i know that it takes time.  it’s easy and tempting to be impatient.  

but i’ll fight.  onward.

(“just remember, when you look in the mirror, you’re looking at one of the most remarkable people on the planet.  make them work for it.” ch on this very night, thank you, i needed our talk.)

it’s rainy.

and it’s been almost 3 months already.  just about a week shy.  

some tough times for sure, but i’m so fortunate to have the most incredible friends and loved ones standing behind me during this transition.  i know it’s good, i know i’m working on making it better here, i know that it takes time.  it’s easy and tempting to be impatient.  

but i’ll fight.  onward.

(“just remember, when you look in the mirror, you’re looking at one of the most remarkable people on the planet.  make them work for it.” ch on this very night, thank you, i needed our talk.)

wondrous. 

wherever you are tonight, lovely, i do hope you’re having a quiet / lively celebration of your years.  

wondrous. 

wherever you are tonight, lovely, i do hope you’re having a quiet / lively celebration of your years.  

wait a minute, what???? 

wait a minute, what???? 

i want to keep this safe, in a place i can find at a moment’s notice, so that when i’m in need of a reminder…it’s right there.

do good work.  do volumes of good work.  and then, your work will live up the ambitions you have for it.