Jeanette Winterson on reading, time, and how art creates a sanctified space for the human experience – spectacular 1994 interview.
“We were a two career family. I was a nuclear engineer. I designed shields for the fuel reactors on the first nuclear submarines. He was a carpenter.”
Love what you do. Get good at it.
Competence is a rare commodity in this day and age.
I was cruising Facebook today, and came across this:
A few thoughts:
- She wants to buy from a small local business? Cool!
- He called to find out their hours for her? That’s really kind!
- Their Facebook page didn’t list the hours for BOTH locations?!?
- Their website doesn’t list the hours, either?
- They didn’t even mention National Ice Cream Day in a Facebook post? THAT’S a missed opportunity.
1992 Marching Illini on Regis & Kathy Lee
“In general, the elements of music travel in the brain differently than just verbal commands,” she said. “But when you pair things with rhythm, rhythm cues your motor cortex in your brain to fire more efficiently, so that your muscles fire more efficiently and appropriately, and it has the ability to bypass disease and injury.”
-Carolyn Dobson, MT-BC