Rear View Mirror – My Week In Review

I need to get me a mug shot.

I think that if the only thought I have after leaving a particularly long and annoying day is that I want to eat pizza and watch “God Bless America,” I should definitely keep up on that job search.  If you haven’t seen “God Bless America,” wait until you have a dumb day and then stream it on NetFlix.  Here is what you are in for:

So after a long and tiresome week of unnecessary work drama, rejection letters, and a two-day store inventory (where I spent most of my time counting and recounting and re-recounting shoes, belts, and luggage), I daydream about getting The Smiths lyrics tattooed on my arms.  It could mean that I need to run more, but it could also mean that I am ready for more tattoos.  Tattoos of lyrics, quotes, and sayings.  Know any tattoo artists in Seattle you would recommend?

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This Week at Wasp & Pear on Tumblr, we posted an amazing sound cloud clip of F. Scott Fitzgerald reading John Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale.  We posted some photos from Flavorwire that defined the 1960’s, celebrated the “Taxi Driver” movie poster, fell in love all over again with Jean harlow, Myrna Loy, Carole Lombard and Clark Gable, obsessed over vintage Air France posters, and were absolutely lost in the amazing photography of Dorothea Lang.

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Back home at Waldina, we learned from the wise words of Yves Saint Laurent and Sophia Loren, celebrated the birthdays of Harris Glenn Milstead and Frances Farmer, and rewatched “On The Waterfront.”

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