there’s a stray cat who lives in my barn and eats leftover chicken cacciatori
last thing to be done is throw down some linoleum because the sub flooring is 2 fukt for tile now and then i get to plug in my oven and fridge and move out of my parents house :-)
Gillian Anderson as Morticia Addams. Photographed by Mark Seliger for US magazine (1997).
OH MY GOD
RAVIOLI RAVIOLI GIVE ME THE FORMIOLI
The Tarot Suits. Hand dyed back patch by Adrienne Rozzi.
— W.B. Yeats (via hoforvangogh)
The United States of Hoodoo
The United States of Hoodoo explores the influence of African spirituality, traditional religions, customs and Culture brought to the Americas by with the people taken during the Trans-Atlantic Slave trade, in American popular culture.
It is written by Darius James and Oliver Hardt and directed by Hardt.
Documentary overview The United States of Hoodoo is a road trip to the sources of black popular culture in America. The film’s main character is African-American writer Darius James who is known for his often bitingly satirical and self-ironic texts on music, film and literature. The film’s story begins when Darius´ world is turned inside out after his father´s death.
Uprooted from his life in Berlin, he unwillingly returns to his childhood home. All that remains from his father is his mask collection and a cardboard box filled with ashes. His father had been a painter and sculptor, his work drawing deeply on manifestations of African-based spirituality.Yet while he lived he fiercely rejected any idea of being inspired by the old gods of Africa.
Back in a house that is now his, but not quite, Darius finds himself confronted with many questions about his own life. In need of answers he sets off on a search, not for his roots but for traces of the spiritual energy that fueled and informed a whole culture.