Carl/in/the/Hood

So I was walking down the road,
and there was a fox walking down the road.
And we both stopped, next to each other.
He sat down, I staid standing.
And we had a nice chat.
Just there together.
Maybe because it was cold
and maybe because we were lonely.


"When I was six I had a chicken that walked backward and was in the Pathé News. I was in it too with the chicken. I was just there to assist the chicken but it was the high point in my life. Everything since has been an anticlimax.”
~Flannery O’Connor View Larger

"When I was six I had a chicken that walked backward and was in the Pathé News. I was in it too with the chicken. I was just there to assist the chicken but it was the high point in my life. Everything since has been an anticlimax.”


~Flannery O’Connor


Above: a medieval manuscript mended with embroidery. Photos via the Uppsala University Library. Here is some information about the manuscript from their page:
The pages of the book are made of parchment and they show typical damage in the form of holes and tears that happened while the parchment was being made. Some time after the book was copied, the holes and tears have been mended artistically with silk of various colours, mainly in blanket stitch as used in embroidery. 
The old mending is in good shape except for those parts which were sewn with black silk. The thread is so fragile that it disintegrates on touch.  
Read more here.Above: a medieval manuscript mended with embroidery. Photos via the Uppsala University Library. Here is some information about the manuscript from their page:
The pages of the book are made of parchment and they show typical damage in the form of holes and tears that happened while the parchment was being made. Some time after the book was copied, the holes and tears have been mended artistically with silk of various colours, mainly in blanket stitch as used in embroidery. 
The old mending is in good shape except for those parts which were sewn with black silk. The thread is so fragile that it disintegrates on touch.  
Read more here.Above: a medieval manuscript mended with embroidery. Photos via the Uppsala University Library. Here is some information about the manuscript from their page:
The pages of the book are made of parchment and they show typical damage in the form of holes and tears that happened while the parchment was being made. Some time after the book was copied, the holes and tears have been mended artistically with silk of various colours, mainly in blanket stitch as used in embroidery. 
The old mending is in good shape except for those parts which were sewn with black silk. The thread is so fragile that it disintegrates on touch.  
Read more here.

Above: a medieval manuscript mended with embroidery. Photos via the Uppsala University Library. Here is some information about the manuscript from their page:

The pages of the book are made of parchment and they show typical damage in the form of holes and tears that happened while the parchment was being made. Some time after the book was copied, the holes and tears have been mended artistically with silk of various colours, mainly in blanket stitch as used in embroidery. 

The old mending is in good shape except for those parts which were sewn with black silk. The thread is so fragile that it disintegrates on touch.  

Read more here.