celeste teal

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About celeste teal

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  • Music
    80s, Folk, Classic Rock, Indie Rock, Swing Jazz
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    43.7 deg N 79.4 deg W
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    Book browsing, sometimes book reading, walking, cuddling dogs...I might take up baking
  • Favourite Book
    Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown...hush!
  • Favourite TV Show
    The Great British Bake Off, Mr. Robot, Outlander, Firefly, Game of Thrones
  • Favourite Film
    Wonder Woman, Serenity, Carol, Desert Hearts...

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  1. Heather and Laura https://www.instagram.com/heatherandlaura/
  2. It's been over a year since I posted these paintings by Louis Icart and a follow-up search has revealed many more that I missed the first time.
  3. Jennifer & Jessica - Proposal after climbing The Chief, Squamish, BC https://dancingwithher.com/jennifer-jessica/ (There are more pictures here and a super romantic write up by Jessica)
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    “There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life.” 
    ― Lin Yutang

    1. Hungry

      Hungry

      Tea season is almost upon us :)

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    “Magic tumbled from her pretty lips and when she spoke the language of the universe– the stars sighed in unison.” 
    ― Michael Faudet

  8. @BenedettaC Thank you for the reference to the book Inferior: The True Power of Women and the Science that Shows It, It sounds fascinating and closely aligned to one of my current research (amateur) interests; I'll add it to the collection of books that I want to read on the subject of women, society & evolution. I agree that men have been dominant over women essentially everywhere for at least the past 12,000 years or so since the invention and practice of agriculture which allowed men to organize hierarchies for controlling the surplus wealth generated through farming and the civilizations which followed. I agree that male domination is in decline and that we still have an enormous struggle on our hands. One thing in our favour, I believe is the rapid technological changes we are currently living through which create economic opportunities for women. This is how women will prevail - by organizing, cooperating, and bonding with other women for both immediate concerns and long-range structural change. This is one of the books I'm currently reading that may be of interest to people here: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari https://www.amazon.com/Sapiens-Humankind-Yuval-Noah-Harari/dp/0062316117 There is also a series of podcasts that focuses on the history of women that I greatly recommend: The Story of Woman by Lindsay Hansen-Park http://storyofwoman.org/