A Fugly Truth Made Pretty: A Cartoonist's Depiction Of Wealth Inequality. I'd be remiss to ignore that the illustration contains a small mistake: That gigantisized money stack on the far left is actually five bundles shorter than it should be. (Sigh...)
"The autumnal equinox for the northern hemisphere begins this Monday, September 22nd, with the first day of autumn falling (no pun intended) on the 23rd. The equinox happens twice a year — in March and September — and is marked by day and night being equal (or close to it) in length, a phenomenon caused by the sun shining directly on the equator. Any change of season is an opportunity for celebration, but the autumnal equinox is an especially fruitful time for reflection and growth."
Daylight savings plus Monday plus another wet grey day in Seattle calls for some major solar chanelling!💥☀️💥so I spent time looking at my pictures from a visit to the Getty Museum gardens today. The plants and colors here give me a great attitude adjustment. A magnificent design by artist Robert Irwin 💛 to help me zero in on the vitamin D producing images I put on a pair of my favorite stud earrings. These have a satellite vibe and the 22k gold target collects the Sun