A SECOND CUP…

Another Kind Of Grass

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“Coffee is a lot more than just a drink; it’s something happening.
Not as in hip, but like an event, a place to be,
but not like a location, but like somewhere within yourself.
It gives you time, but not actual hours or minutes, but a chance to be,
like be yourself, and have a second cup”

Gertrude Stein
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Lemon Curd Tart (ASMR)

SHINE…

You Need To Calm Down – Taylor Swift

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Let’s Get “Bugged” Art Contest

World Ocean’s Day Craft – “Moving” Paper Fish

Smarty Pants Magazine for Kids

Today is World Oceans Day (June 8th). In honor of this “oceanic” occasion, we have a “fishy” craft!

Check it out!

What You Need

  • Four pieces of construction paper (1 black, 1 white, 2 colored)
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Directions

What do you think of this “moving” fish? If you constructed this World Oceans Day craft, take a picture of it and send it to us. You could be featured on Show Us Your Stuff Saturday. Details here.

Happy World Oceans Day!

Do you want to learn more about our oceans? Check out these fun facts!

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ASMR [Un] Chopping Tomatoes

Ode To Tomatoes – Pablo Neruda

The street
filled with tomatoes,
midday,
summer,
light is
halved
like
a
tomato,
its juice
runs
through the streets.
In December,
unabated,
the tomato
invades
the kitchen,
it enters at lunchtime,
takes
its ease
on countertops,
among glasses,
butter dishes,
blue saltcellars.
It sheds
its own light,
benign majesty.
Unfortunately, we must
murder it:
the knife
sinks
into living flesh,
red
viscera
a cool
sun,
profound,
inexhaustible,
populates the salads
of Chile,
happily, it is wed
to the clear onion,
and to celebrate the union
we
pour
oil,
essential
child of the olive,
onto its halved hemispheres,
pepper
adds
its fragrance,
salt, its magnetism;
it is the wedding
of the day,
parsley
hoists
its flag,
potatoes
bubble vigorously,
the aroma
of the roast
knocks
at the door,
it’s time!
come on!
and, on
the table, at the midpoint
of summer,
the tomato,
star of earth, recurrent
and fertile
star,
displays
its convolutions,
its canals,
its remarkable amplitude
and abundance,
no pit,
no husk,
no leaves or thorns,
the tomato offers
its gift
of fiery color
and cool completeness.

Pablo Neruda
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