Rear View Mirror – My Week In Review

This week’s photos are from The Project Twins via Twisted Sifter. Their project called A-Z of Unusual Words uses bold graphics and visual wit to interpret and represent a collection of strange and unusual words.  So basically, it is everything I like:  words and visual art.  I am a huge fan of The Project Twins in general, their designs are so very aesthetically appealing to me.  **mouse over the images and the words they depict and their definitions will appear**

I am getting the Week in Review done on Saturday this week because tomorrow is a big day for birthdays.  I do not have much to report this week personally or professionally. I sold things and wrote things. I know. Not a great round up, but I can only do what I can do.

This week on Waldina, I celebrated the birthdays of Fred Rogers, Rudolf Nuyeyev, and Charlie Cahplin. I also added Whatever Happened To Baby Jane to my Required Viewing film list. It was a shorter week, an actual week since my last Week In Review. Additionally, this week marked the 1,500th post on Waldina. It is pretty exciting to think that I have been writing and celebrating that long. I am very proud of what Waldina has become: a celebration of the lives of people that I find inspiring. Hopefully, some of you do too, now and then.

The Stats:

Visits This Week: 1,394
Total Visits: 173,912
Total Subscribers: 389
Total Posts: 1,500
Most Popular Post Last Week: Happy 143rd Birthday Piet Mondrian

This week on Wasp & Pear over on Tumblr, I posted photographs of beautiful house interiors, the art of Donald Baechler, Giacomo Balla , Tom Wasselmann, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Wassily Kandinsky, Joram Roukes, Darren Thompson, Stanislav Bojankov, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Benjamin McKay, Roy Lichtenstein, KAWS, and a video of the theme song from the 90s TV show “The Nanny.” The song is stuck in my head. It is mostly a clearing house of all things I find beautiful at any given moment.

The Stats:

Posts This Week: 68
Total Posts: 4,280
Total Subscribers: 297

Over on @TheRealSPA part of Twitter, tweeted the feeds of my Tumblr and Instagram accounts and tweeted this original tweet: @Ohmisssally and @shutyerdumface We need outfits for a Studio 54 themed art auction at the end of April. Anything in the archives? #Disco. I also got favorited by @YouSayParty which is pretty cool.

The Stats:

Total Tweets: 405 (tweets over 31 days old are automatically deleted to preserve freshness)
Total Followers: 519
Total Following: 630

This week on @TheRealSPA Instagram, I thought about posting a photo of the cherry blossoms in full bloom, but realized that EVERYONE already had, so I posted no original content. I do owe myself a new profile pic soon, so maybe…

The Stats:

Total Posts: 397
Total Followers: 174
Total Following: 231

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I chronicle what inspires me at Waldina.com
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I store my selfies at instagram.com/therealspa#
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I tweet at twitter.com/TheRealSPA

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One comment

  1. I love the fantastical words depicted artfully!

    1500 posts on Waldina — spectacular!! Wouldn’t Grandma be amazed at her legacy! And so pleased and proud of her great-grandson!

    waldina wrote: > Scott Parker-Anderson posted: ” This week’s photos are from The > Project Twins via Twisted Sifter. Their project called A-Z of Unusual > Words uses bold graphics and visual wit to interpret and represent a > collection of strange and unusual words. So basically, it is > everything I like:” >

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