In fifth and sixth grade, we had a French teacher who was known simply as Mademoiselle. She was from France and every once in a while, told us about the country, a little tidbit or two, nothing major. It would seem, according to Mademoiselle, that the first of May, le premier Mai, was celebrated by the giving and receiving of lilies of the valley. I think Mademoiselle was never in Boulder CO on le premier Mai.
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I’m trying hard to remember what I’ve always told myself when it comes to print and web design: tools do not a designer make. via First Impressions of the Olympus E-PL5 — Shawn Blanc.
Took this sitting under a tree in the garden outside of the Trustees’ Office at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. Perfect afternoon.
Yes, I am reading it again: Infinite Jest. There are so many people and things in it that the sheer density of stuff has enough mass to affect my intellectual gravity field. There are also so many favorite quotes that I’m planning on wearing out one whole yellow pencil by the time that I reach the end of the book. Related articles Infinite Jest tour of Boston (kottke.org)