Second Star to the Right,
We need different maps for different situations. The one above was used by NASA astronauts for the Apollo 11 mission. No matter how good the map is, the usefulness depends a lot on our personal literacy: the ability to read maps is way underrated.
Our contributors have done a bang-up job of map-reading this week.
You'll see: we've been around the globe again, and rooting in the attic, and exploring with our imaginations. Here are some of the things we've come up with:
We'll be back next week with more Stuff. (Send more Stuff!) Keep warm, stay safe, and remember: the rain (and snow!) fall on the just, the unjust, and small, aggravated dogs. So be quiet, Lola.
Quote of the Week: Had a dream that I was at a conference (irl! truly fantastical) and someone gave a paper that included the sentence 'Queer studies is a freezer, and we are the frozen headless fish.' No, I don’t know what it means either.
Name the flower.
Spring flowers, France.
SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
Saving the World
GOOD FOR A LAUGH
Walk like an Egyptian.
PT Barnum's church yarn.
Martin Hyde (9).
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