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oh god it's wonderful
to get out of bed
and drink too much coffee
and smoke too many cigarettes
and love you so much
— frank o'hara, steps

jacqueline follows:
frühjahr events (wedding)
home and garden (garden)
home and garden
in full bloom ~ florist (market stall)
to do (in my lifetime)
  • ad astra - to the stars
  • adsum - "i am here", present. the opposite of absum "i am absent".
  • ante meridiem (AM) - before midday, cf. post meridiem (PM) which is "after midday".
  • bibo ergo sum - i drink, therefore i am
  • carpe diem - seize the day
  • cave canem - beware of the dog
  • cogito ergo sum - i think therefore i am
  • de omnibus dubitandum - doubt everything
  • ego te provoco - i dare you
  • facta, non verba - deeds, not words
  • fluctuat nec mergitur - she wavers and is not immersed. the motto of paris, france.
  • fortes in fide - strong in faith
  • memento mori - remember your mortality
  • qui tacet consentire videtur - he who is silent gives his consent
  • re - in the matter of. it is a common misconception that "re:" in correspondence is an abbreviation of regarding or reply.
  • requiescat in pace (RIP) - may he rest in peace. the acronym is commonly mistranslated as rest in peace.
  • respice, adspice, prospice - examine the past, present, and future
  • rus in urbe - a countryside in the city. a haven of peace or quiet within an urban setting.
  • si vis amari ama - if you want to be loved, love
  • stercus accidit - shit happens
  • temet nosce - know thyself
  • tempus fugit - time flees. mistranslated as time flies.
  • tu fui ego eris - i was you; you will be me. an inscription that can be found on tombstones, serving as a reminder to readers that death is inevitable.
jun 30 2012 ∞
oct 5 2012 +