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The Law and Walter Hartwell White

The New Mexico Law Review has devoted an entire issue to the legal aspects in the case of Walter White and his meth empire.   Editor Matthew Zidovsky writes in his introduction, “As the only academic journal in the State of New Mexico dedicated to general legal analysis, we are proud to present this Special Edition highlighting the legal issues addressed in a television series that is arguably New Mexico’s largest contribution to pop culture since the Roswell UFO incident.” 33 more words



She’s best known for her erotic paintings of orchids, but my favorite Georgia O’Keeffe painting is this simple study, Black Patio Door, on display in the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth.


This Month's Inspiration 05.2015

Happy Monday, everyone! I’m spending the entire month of May training to teach yoga, so time is a limited resource. I’ll take a break from posting next Monday to take my exams and break through my yogic chrysalis into full-fledged teacher-hood, but to tide you over until then I’ve put together some quotes and media I’ve really dug this month. 282 more words

Notes From Kelly

Starry Night

I have mentioned this before, but I feel it’s important to mention it again. When I was in first grade, I was learning to read, learning to print my letters neatly, learning to count, learning to be away from my mommy for a full day, and – because I attended Catholic school – beginning to memorize my Baltimore catechism (Who is God? 593 more words


When Georgia O’Keeffe spoke to me. {poetry}

At the dusk of day,
Georgia O’Keeffe
beckoned me.

My heart quickened
to behold the allure,
and witness petals
of a poppy.

She spoke confidently, 55 more words

Poem And Prose

field notes for creativity: georgia o'keefe

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.” – Georgia O’Keeffe

American Artists

Architecture, Georgia O'Keeffe, & Street Art in Santa Fe

 Monochrome alley Cast iron detail O’Keeffe painting Gerald’s Tree  Clams and Seaweed – both 1926 Interesting O’Keeffe work Corn, 1924 Patio of NM Museum of Art… 24 more words