(verb) 1. to begin to grow or develop. 2. Botany. a. to develop into a plant or individual, as a seed, spore, or bulb; b. to put forth shoots; sprout; pullulate. 3. to come into existence; begin.
I watch as the rain soaks the earth, the sun dries the soil, and as if by magic, the seeds sprout. The garden grows and I wait to taste the vegetables it will make.
In the meantime, ideas germinate.
- I am reading this (and because it’s so good, this). Break-your-heart, inspire-your-soul reading.
- I watched this (no doubt for its great cinematography, score, and handsome older man) (oh, and also because I have a not-so-secret penchant for made-for-television movies!)
- I also watched 60 minutes and liked this and this.
- I obsessively watch this movie: it is trying to say something to me.
- I read stuff like this and wonder what’s so wrong with it and remind me why i am not living alone anymore? Oh yeah, I had a genius idea. This is why we are letting other ideas germinate.
- I drooled over this website so much today as I obsessively read most of the posts. Love the voyeuristic aspect of looking into artists’ work/life spaces.
- I love this (thanks, elina).
- “Sometimes you need to change who you are, to be more who you are.” –Me, on Facebook. I was inspired by reading this. I understand letting go. Maybe, as a gesture, I, too, should cut off my hair. No? Ok, maybe not a good idea.
- I also loved this blog post.
- If I had enough money (or any money at all) I would buy everyone I know a subscription to this magazine (but you may have guessed that already…)
- I would like to work here.
- This weekend I made variations of this and this and hope to make this someday this week.