Tuesdays of Texture | Week 18 of 2016

Tuesdays of Texture is a super cool weekly feature.  You can read about it over here; but the short version is I want to see a bit of your world so link up your post in the comments!

Prickly week on Tuesdays of Texture!

Both literally and figuratively.

We’ve had a wave of work that leaves me every night sprawled in bed staring at the ceiling like OMGICAN’TBELIEVEISURVIVED.  And then I promise myself I’m going to read a five minute meditation and write and maybe watch something on youtube, like the knowledgeable person I am,  only to pass out three seconds later.

Anyway, this week I’ve got a video!  Because the whole grace of the Shameplant needs movement.

I once heard (many years ago when the internet was only yahoo and creepy html pages coded by teens) that someone was explaining Shameplants to someone else and they didn’t believe Shameplants existed.  They thought it was a made up thing.

I don’t know who has the lack of imagination necessary to block something as awesome as this plant from existing but their thoughts must be so boring.

Many thanks and virtual drinks of choice for last week’s participants:


Black Body

St. Germain by jesh



Go have a great Tuesday.  And do remember to share a bit of it with me!


8 thoughts on “Tuesdays of Texture | Week 18 of 2016

  1. I. J. Khanewala says:

    "when the internet was only yahoo and creepy html pages coded by teens" Such internet memes seldom got traction in the early days of the internet or the web. These are two entirely different things: the internet got going in the 60s, the web started in the late 80s. The early days of the web (not the internet) were dominated by html pages from labs and university departments all over the world: good and solid information without the advertisements and other awful nonsense that chokes bandwidth today, now that teens and porn have taken over.

    Sorry about the rant, but neither the web nor air travel have improved with age.

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