Monday, December 20, 2010

Oh Hermie Tree, how long will you survive in our home?

thank you bobby, for scaring the poop out of me and giving us 20 extra dollars. you are home, and oh how we love you. This winter is shaping up quite well!

Sunday, December 12, 2010

!!! COME !!!

****Christmas. Not Chistmas.  

And bring your favorite people. Hermies unite!


Home made snowflakes
chips (maybe)
A Christmas Carol reading
& 6 am snowball fight

*** Please bring a non- perishable food item for us to donate!!! If you CAN

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Drawings by Fiona Duncan. Future Hermmate.

Technically we're elves. Here is why: Elves were a very mysterious race from the beginning of time. Later they became supernatural beings, mainly shaped as humans. They were worshipped in trees, mountains and waterfalls. Elves vary in size from 4'10" and 5'8". However, according to their delicate bodies they seem much taller than they really are. Often male and female elves are hard to discern, at first glance. Both sexes usually have big, expressive eyes (in the most splendid colors). They wear their hair uncut and open, have graceful, fragile features and are of extraordinary beauty. Male elves also don't have any beard growth. Very typical for elves are their pointed ears, and high cheekbones. In modern descriptions, elves are either light or dark, the light elves having starlike eyes, faces brighter than the sun, and golden-colored hair; the dark elves are pitch black and have sometimes fluorescent eyes, this quality being indicative of their dealing with black magic. Both are attractive, in appearance at least. Elves prefer greens and greenish-greys while dark elves prefer blacks, dark grey, and sometimes silver.

Fiona said that this is a drawing of what she thinks the island will be like. ^

Representational Theories: Facadism

These fa├žades look like a boy I used to know. A young Dionysus he was. Fleeting and ephemeral. A gorgeous front made of flesh and aura. Symmetrical, broad, and poised. His words like honey have long been scrubbed from my body. He is "unimpeachably" what many would call an ass, but I prefer 'curtain-wall!' 

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Captain Karl Stanley has spent over two-thirds of his life pursuing his desire to explore the planet's "final frontier." He has designed and built two deep-diving submersibles which he has piloted in three different countries on more than 1000 dives, with missions ranging from just a few hours up to seventeen hours. At the age of 24, he began taking people on expeditions down the Cayman Trenches, Roatan.

We think Karl is amazing and incredibly well-versed in the world of extreme living. His life, through photos, expose just how amazing life on the island with a submarine can be. Thank you Karl for allowing us to use your photos. If anyone should be interested here is his link: 

Furthermore, Karl has been apart of many of dives for National Geographic, the Discovery Channel and is apart of the Deep Submersible Pilots Association and the ACLU. Karl is a hermie hero, a handsome adventurer and an amazing person to get in contact with next time you head to the Bay Islands of Honduras. Spend all your money on global exploration and reef conservation.

Cerulean Warblers, Minimalism and/or Tinfoil and Sparkles.

We are skipping winter this year... or at least the weather thinks so. 
 Here are some things I liked from SS11. (I would recomend clicking to enlarge)

Our Only (Shared) Meal of the Day.

The Swollen Stomachs of Outremount

This marks the beginning of the Sad Face Chronicles. Poverty has struck, but WE will triumph. Food stamps really do exist.

Monday, November 22, 2010