National Honesty Day was created as a counterpoint to April Fools Day. The month starts with a lie and ends with the truth. I don’t usually like to get too overly political on here, but this quote by British playwright Tom Stoppard seems to fit Donald Trump perfectly, given the content of his recent media assault. I don’t even think this issue comes down to politics though. I think it comes down to whether or not you want to believe the ramblings of a bunch of crazy people. I don’t.
I like this quote by Frank Lloyd Wright because it allows the reader to place his or her own meaning on it. If you wish to believe that Wright doesn’t believe in God and instead chooses to put his faith in the natural world, then you can (this is the way I see it). However, if you choose to believe that Wright believes in God because of the very existence of nature, then I suppose you can do that as well. I like when things aren’t cut and dry.
I never thought these “quotos” would turn into a series like this. It’s pretty neat going though a lot of the random photos I’ve taken over the years and trying to match them with an appropriate quote. It’s nice to re-purpose some shots that I originally thought were useless.
In other news, Nick posted a Betsy & Waffles min-installment that’s decidedly different than previous efforts and one which I had no involvement in, but it stays true to the series proper. You’ve no doubt noticed that the updates concerning Betsy & Waffles have fallen to the wayside, but this is for an important reason. As Nick says, he and I are working on a big project that we’ll maybe be able to share more about a little down the road. If we can accomplish what we’re trying to, we will feel like kings. But don’t worry, Betsy & Waffles still have a few adventures left in them and we won’t keep those from you. When they’ll appear I cannot say, but you’ll know as soon as we do.