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I knew several weeks ago it wouldnt happen, call it intuition.....and I prepared myself for it, as I do. But it never stops the hurt....thats onething you cant prepare for, you know its coming but just not how hard.


Things are different now, we're drifting apart, and I don't know how to fix it. You're starting to become closer to other people, and I'm just sitting here watching the world go by without me. I don't know what to do, it hurts. I hope this is just a phase and we will get over it, because if not I won't know what to do.

from Epicurious

Texas-Style Smoked Brisket

In Texas, barbecue is about beef: specifically brisket, the cut by which any joint is judged. Brisket has become a favorite of restaurant chefs, too, hence the smoke ribbons and Hank Williams songs drifting out of restaurants as far away as Brooklyn. But can great brisket be made at home? I devoted a weekend to the task and learned that with a few key ingredients— salt, pepper, patience, and advice from Aaron Franklin, my neighbor and the pitmaster at Franklin Barbecue in Austin—swoonworthy…


♥ Canadian photographer Amy Friend has just created new work, as a continuation of her magical Dare alla Lucce series. Amy’s description: “Through hand-manipulated interventions I altered and subsequently re-photographed the images, 're-making' photographs that oscillate between what is present and what is absent."

from Burning Settlers Cabin

Lazy, Crazy, Hazy

Laziness is a common theme with most of the successful people I know. I’ve talked with some of the best-known designers, who have endless energy and are always tackling something. They all think they are lazy. Of course, that can’t be true, these are people who are propelling the profession forward with new ideas, volunteerism, and new technologies. I, on the other hand, am actually lazy. Knowing this, I keep myself busy. I’m always on alert for any lazy thinking. If I feel like…


Sun pillars, or light pillars, are shafts of light extending from the sun or other bright light source. They’re caused by ice crystals drifting in Earth’s air.