to spend the winter.
Etymology: Latin per- (through) + hiems (winter) + -atum (one acted upon, particularly in a specified way).
a mask or visor; a disguise.
Etymology: alteration of Middle English viser ”mask, visor”.
Timothy McDowell（American, b.1953）
Paisley to Poolewe 2007
beeswax, pigment and hide glue on gesso over maple panel
Exposed Strata 2005
beeswax, pigment and hide glue on linen
Like before, like now,
A long time,
A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately happy. What a man can be, he must be. This need we may call self-actualization.
- ― Abraham Harold Maslow, A Theory of Human Motivation (via psych-quotes)
Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, Cebu X Analogue
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You are sooner to tell me that I am condemned to hell than saying ‘I love you’.
1. a kind but ineffective optimist, who means well but is useless.
2. one who is poor but lives in optimistic expectation of better fortune.
3. an eternal optimist; a person who idles but trusts to fortune.
Etymology: after a character in David Copperfield, a novel (1850) by English novelist Charles Dickens (1812-70).