All the random bits are gathering up again--the things I find and jot down in the Moleskine or email to myself to remember later. Like the photo above, for instance, Ballet School for Baby Ballerinas taken by an unknown artist in 1955.
And, there's The Bubble Project, in which 30,000 talk bubbles were printed and stuck on ads all over New York City. Passerbys filled in the bubbles and the results were photographed.
We subscribed to KCRW this week. I spend the first thirty minutes of my day with National Public Radio. Check out This I Believe and some info on olive oil and enough podcasts and articles to keep you busy (and learning!) all day long.
There's more: Al Franken is running for Senate, a Filthy Walmart Photo Essay, and a blog with amazing cupcakes all baked in cute nut and party cups. Like these Coffee Buttercream Filled Almond Cupcakes with Valrhona Ganache for example. Um, yum.