Several years ago I went through a Frank Lloyd Wright phase. I think it was a combination of reading Ayn Rand and Wright’s embrace of a design style that was completely different from the humdrum ordinariness of the Midwest to which I had grown accustomed. And it also had a lot to do with his masterpiece, Fallingwater. The thing that really set it apart was the waterfall. Who wouldn’t want to have a house built on a waterfall?
Today I still think the house looks amazing and I still love the idea of a house built on a waterfall.
But then I discovered the true definition of amazing:
That’s right. Tom Selleck+Sandwiches+Waterfalls. What does it equal? Nothing short of life-changing. Add in the fact that this particular picture features one of Michigan’s finest wearing the old English “D” alongside a sandwich made of pastrami, god’s gift to the deli counter, and I think we can all agree that we may have discovered the answer to that age-old question, What is the meaning of life?
I know this is all a bit heavy for a Friday afternoon but I hope you can still enjoy your weekend even while contemplating the awe-inspiring brilliance of Selleck, Waterfall, Sandwich.
-Thanks to L for the Selleck/Waterfall/Sandwich link