The floating horse certainly enjoys the beach view.
The danger of returning to childhood games.
I have been waiting for this for 84 years
It is…how you say a…metaphor
Happy Easter! Today, my sister and I did Ukrainian pysanka! Well, a little note about it.
What is a pysanka?
Simply put, it is an Easter egg decorated using a wax resist (aka batik) method. Its name derives from the Ukrainian verb “pysaty,” meaning “to write.” (“Pysanka” is the singular form; “pysanky” is plural.)
But it is much more than that. Ukrainians have been decorating eggs, creating these miniature jewels, for countless generations. There is a ritualistic element involved, magical thinking, a calling out to the gods and goddesses for health, fertility, love, and wealth. There is a yearning for eternity, for the sun and stars, for whatever gods that may be.
on wednesdays we wear pink
Singing in the rain!