According to one version of the myth, Dionysus was so angry about the murder of Icarius and the suicide of Erigone that he put a magical spell on Athens; all of the virgins went mad and hung themselves. The leaders went to the Oracle at Delphi and learned to stop the suicides, they needed to honor the memory of Erigone by finding the bodies of her and her father.Read More
So we ate the BEST boudin and cracklins in Scott, LA, the boudin capital of the WORLD, which means that we can most certainly check that off our list and leave our boudin-eatin’ days behind us. We walked over to the oddly situated plaster statue of Mary positioned on a median and prayed for guidance, protection, and probiotics, rolled ourselves back into the truck, and continued East.Read More
Give me, again, the fairy tale grotto
with the portico-vaulting overhead.
Let me walk beneath the canted columns
of Gaudí’s rookery, spiral
along his crenelated Jerusalem
of broken tiles, crazy shields.
Everyone came to the town’s perimeter to see if it was true: little Sophie had locked a panther in the old bottle tree prisonRead More
Hurry? I never hurry. I have no time to hurry. -Igor StravinskyRead More