Sit back, turn out the lights, and get ready to be scared by mother nature. In August of 2011 The U.S.
By definition, a harvest, in relation to farming, is the process of gathering mature crops from the fields. It’s also where the term “reap” comes from. To reap is to cut the grain from the harvest, and it’s also where the line “we reap what we sow” comes from. All of us eventually reach a point in which we’re ready to harvest our own abilities into something bigger than just ourselves. Going through a period of this kind of
On an early Spring morning I met a friend at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We had decided to get together during a weekday at the time of opening to drift through the museum. At 10AM the MET is a tranquil place. While attending Pratt I visited the MET with great regularity, but not recently. It’d been almost a year since I had last, and for the first time, from the moment I approached the MET’s beautiful front plaza on Fifth Avenue, the museum felt very familiar to me.
I decided to try something new: I didn’t take a map with me through the museum. (more…)Read More