School Daze are starting up next week. Postings on Tail Feathers will, by necessity, become fewer and fewer… carry on wonderful people.
Thank you very much. Really all I do is roll out (with help from tumbling friends) artworks made by extraordinarily talented artists. I’m glad to have found you as well…brought together by the amazing operator of Paper Images I might add, who also created my Tumblr theme, that shows off the art so well.
: Interesting how the time difference works, too. These enhance your morning Tumbling and, for me, a way to wind down and say good night before diving into bed with a book... So happy you enjoy these selections--the ones I posted tonight are special to me. Hugs, Michael
Music, more than the visual arts keeps me sane, and I’m convinced now that the only sane course is to, like Zhivago, dedicate ourselves to living — to keeping the personal life alive in this time of collective stasis. Peaceful and restorative sleep til we meet again in cyberland. Abrazos, T.
This blog is not the national go-to spot for keeping up with the rich and scandalous, the media elite and the pop-culture trends of the moment.
The Hen and the Swallow by Aesop
A HEN finding the eggs of a viper, and carefully keeping them warm, nourished them into life. A Swallow, observing what she had done, said: You silly creature! Why have you hatched these vipers, which, when they shall have grown, will surely inflict injury on all of us, beginning with yourself?
Moral: If we nourish evil, it will sooner or later turn upon us.
Tail Feathers wishes to thank all those who liked and/or re-blogged posts and to those who recently chose to follow, a special thank you. (((o)))
: Hi maestro de arte que vive en Tejas. Tiene usted una excelente colección en su blog, tanto de imágenes como de música. Seguramente sabe que la version original en español de esa inteligente reflexión de Goya es: "El sueño de la razón produce monstruos..." De manera que, en mi opinión, la Fantasía no siempre es Sueño y el Sueño nunca es Fantasía. Greetings from Madrid.
Hola, mi amigo nuevo en Madrid y gracias por su nota. Necesito decir que ‘maestro’ sea a ‘maestra’? :-) Pardon por favor mi espanol pobre. ”Proverbs,” says Don Quixote in one of his wisest and happiest moods, “are short sentences drawn from long experience.”
WHO KNEW!?! Many were reblogged from you wonderful people.