Age is not a particularly interesting subject. Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough. It's what you've done getting there that makes the difference between getting old and living a life. photo by Erwan Grey
Tangent Cafe—nice typography Love the kerning. The space between the letters makes this example of typography crisp and clean cut, very modern/forward-thinking feel pushed through it. This is probably a new age coffee shop.
One of the most beautiful items of Celtic treasure are mirrors. These were owned by well-off ladies and were made of bronze. One side was polished brightly for the lady to see herself. The back and handle were usually decorated, with engraved lines and shapes. Often spaces between lines were filled with 'hatching' - little marks cut into the bronze, to make an area 'darker', so the overall pattern stands out better. It is these decorations that make many Celtic mirrors great works of art.
INFJ Cartoon from http://infjoe.wordpress.com. Oh my WORD yes... I am processing and trying to make everything you're saying fit with what you've said before, and trying to read what you want/need at the same time.
Love this exchange between Frodo and Sam, more said silently in their gazes than anything else - Sam so loving and encouraging with that smile and Frodo so wanting to believe his Sam is right. They are almost father and child here. Hobbits do excel in saying a lot without saying a word. :)