THE MISS Q

Apr 23

womensweardaily:

Pharrell Williams to Curate Art Exhibit
Photo Courtesy Galerie Perrotin
Pharrell Williams is trying on another interesting hat: Curator. Next month, the musician is to unveil an exhibition titled “Girl” — the same moniker as his sophomore album, and a forthcoming scent with Comme des Garçons — at Emmanuel Perrotin’s new space in Paris, the Salle de Bal.  For More

womensweardaily:

Pharrell Williams to Curate Art Exhibit

Photo Courtesy Galerie Perrotin

Pharrell Williams is trying on another interesting hat: Curator. Next month, the musician is to unveil an exhibition titled “Girl” — the same moniker as his sophomore album, and a forthcoming scent with Comme des Garçons — at Emmanuel Perrotin’s new space in Paris, the Salle de Bal.  For More

Apr 22

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Apr 21

darkryemag:

That’s going to feel like a million bucks.
calms:

travelbinge:

By Luis Padron



Oh, how I long for this…

darkryemag:

That’s going to feel like a million bucks.

calms:

travelbinge:

By Luis Padron

Oh, how I long for this…

Get Out & Run

After reading about the results of the Boston Marathon, I HAD to go for a run. Had to.

Time was not on my side. Wells was due to eat lunch and then take a nap. The tires on our jogging stroller were embarrassingly low on air. But TO HELL with excuses.

I strapped my son in, tied up my sneaks, and together, we ran. It felt absolutely fantastic (probably because we only ran 1 mile), like a tiny nod of homage to Meb Keflezighi’s epic accomplishment.

I can’t wait to do it again tomorrow.

Apr 20

Happy Easter, from me to you.

Happy Easter, from me to you.

Apr 19

foodandwine:

© Line Klein
Brunch Upgrade: Get ready for Easter brunch with this eggy dish featuring unusual but delicious ingredients like sunflower seeds, cumin, yogurt and avocado.
Recipe: Fried Eggs with Mustard Seed Oil and Kale

Yum

foodandwine:

© Line Klein

Brunch Upgrade: Get ready for Easter brunch with this eggy dish featuring unusual but delicious ingredients like sunflower seeds, cumin, yogurt and avocado.

Recipe: Fried Eggs with Mustard Seed Oil and Kale

Yum

Apr 18

I love these guys.

*Special shout out to my dog’s janky teeth.

I love these guys.

*Special shout out to my dog’s janky teeth.

Follow up: Writer’s Open Mic NightI let my fears run wild here, and then I chatted a little bit about it here. But here’s the general recap of standing in front of an audience and reading something you wrote: it makes you feel very naked and very insecure. Oh, and I should mention that while I was wearing a perfectly acceptable outfit that day, TWO people (one of them my own father) made polite reference to me changing clothes. So you know, that really sent my confidence into overdrive.
Was I nervous? Yep. I felt 100% unqualified and foolish (I think I also mentioned hurling at one point, that was most definitely an option).But I did what anyone in that self-doubting situation would do: I put on my favorite scarf (I swear that thing needs it’s own post one of these days), walked right out the door, and decided to just get it over with, already.The group that assembled was a motley crew…reading all sorts of genres in all kinds of forms. Every age group was represented. All the driving stakes that claim, “these are my stories” were driven into the ground with courage. These writers shared deeply and honestly. It was remarkably moving…over a week later I’m still haunted by a few plot lines and dialogue that were read (note: sign of a very good writer…when I’m thinking about the text long after I put the book down).I read a short nonfiction essay I had written titled ‘Movie’; it has since been published on ThatLitSite.com. In trying new things, we become new people. My writing has a fresh set of eyes and a more determined heart. When everything in your mind rushes to the word NO, sometimes it really is okay to just say ‘yes.’

Follow up: Writer’s Open Mic Night

I let my fears run wild here, and then I chatted a little bit about it here. But here’s the general recap of standing in front of an audience and reading something you wrote: it makes you feel very naked and very insecure. Oh, and I should mention that while I was wearing a perfectly acceptable outfit that day, TWO people (one of them my own father) made polite reference to me changing clothes. So you know, that really sent my confidence into overdrive.

Was I nervous? Yep. I felt 100% unqualified and foolish (I think I also mentioned hurling at one point, that was most definitely an option).

But I did what anyone in that self-doubting situation would do: I put on my favorite scarf (I swear that thing needs it’s own post one of these days), walked right out the door, and decided to just get it over with, already.

The group that assembled was a motley crew…reading all sorts of genres in all kinds of forms. Every age group was represented. All the driving stakes that claim, “these are my stories” were driven into the ground with courage. These writers shared deeply and honestly. It was remarkably moving…over a week later I’m still haunted by a few plot lines and dialogue that were read (note: sign of a very good writer…when I’m thinking about the text long after I put the book down).

I read a short nonfiction essay I had written titled ‘Movie’; it has since been published on ThatLitSite.com.

In trying new things, we become new people. My writing has a fresh set of eyes and a more determined heart. When everything in your mind rushes to the word NO, sometimes it really is okay to just say ‘yes.’

Apr 17

theglitterguide:

Can’t wait to stomp around in our new sandals 👍

I realllly like these.

theglitterguide:

Can’t wait to stomp around in our new sandals 👍

I realllly like these.

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