Children worldwide, with their most valued possessions
This fantastic series from Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti captures children from around the world alongside their favorite items. Pictured above is Chiwa from Mchinji, Malawi, but Galimberti’s subjects range from Zanzibar to Thailand to Texas.
From an introduction by Ben Machell of The Times Magazine
Everyone remembers their childhood toys. The fact that I can recall how most of mine tasted better than I can remember the names of my primary school teachers says everything you need to know about the universe kids inhabit.
Today is Wednesday Lighting Day and this just happened to be the first thing I stumbled on today that I liked!
For now, I’m just putting up some inspiration. We’ll get to the talk later in the day!
Saw this on Etsy!
I like the texture the thick twine adds. You can usually get a roll of this size at a local hardware store for $12-15. Just remember it’s thicker so the length might be shorter. If you need a certain amount for your project, check the label for footage!
“If it helps, you are excellent at being teased.”
(What I really wanted to illustrate was Douglas’ “What!”, but somehow this happened instead. I think the bar scene is one of the best moments in the series so far, and I love their relationship. I don’t think Douglas’ “fifty-seven year old first officer with three ex-wives and drinking sodding pineapple juice” was entirely lost on Arthur - and we’re reminded that Douglas’ personal life isn’t all that wonderful.
Also, I do believe Arthur ruffled his hair when he pretended to be Douglas before saying “Er … I notice Sir isn’t terribly tall today.” )
DIY Easy Chocolate Cherry Mice Recipe and Tutorial from Happy Hour Projects here. Beyond easy. Posting because this is better than giving my mom a cheap box of chocolate cherries like I do every year. I’m wondering if you can use the cheap candy melt chips from Wilton.
Will ask Adrianne.Adrianne said yes, candy melt chips will work.