kis·met \ˈkiz-ˌmet, -mət\ - noun; often capitalized
1. fate.
"We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language.
That may be the measure of our lives." - Toni Morrison

"Growing up Southern is a privilege, really. It's more than where you're born; it's an idea and state of mind that seems imparted at birth. It's more than loving fried chicken, sweet tea, football, and country music. It’s being hospitable, devoted to front porches, magnolias, moon pies, coca-cola... and each other. We don't become Southern - we're born that way." - Unknown

01 August 2009

"yes, let's go." {they do not move}

After a delightful conversation about one of my favorite plays of all time, my friend told me about a rather terrifying dream she once had.
"What," she asked, "Could be more horrific than seeing this man in your dream?"
"Seeing this man dressed up in a clown suit in your dream.
That's what's more horrifying."

{he is scary looking by himself, let alone in a clown suit}
While I regard him as a literary genius, he's the last person I'd want to see in a clown suit.
Clowns are scary enough without Beckett dressed up as one.

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