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Cucula - Refugees Company for Crafts and Design.

“Cucula” is a word from the Hausa language and means “to connect something, to do together”.
The CUCULA – Refugees Company for Crafts and Design is dedicated to help refugees to build their own future.
As a manufacturing company producing design classics by Enzo Mari, CUCULA is offering apprenticeship placements and by this enabling new and real perspectives for refugees. Our first goal is to finance five educational scholarships and to raise money for running the CUCULA-Company.

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Love

This was not my usual Christmas.

But my family skyped to include me in present opening, my brother draped a laptop with ribbon in my honor, and my parents had shipped me some of my presents.

My lover and partner in crime and dear boyfriend Fuzzy, made sure I knew throughout the day how well loved I was, and our friend Bardic of the SCA drove 3 hours to keep me company because “No one should be alone on Christmas day.”

We watched scifi and made babka and in general had a blast.

My ladylover, MusicBox, also made sure to ping me and let me know I am thought of and well loved.

I don’t know how I got this lucky in my life, but I am. It may not of been Christmas like I hoped, but damn, it was a fucking wonderful Christmas.

My heart may just fly out of my damn chest. I am loved. I love.

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Cucula - Refugees Company for Crafts and Design.

“Cucula” is a word from the Hausa language and means “to connect something, to do together”.
The CUCULA – Refugees Company for Crafts and Design is dedicated to help refugees to build their own future.
As a manufacturing company producing design classics by Enzo Mari, CUCULA is offering apprenticeship placements and by this enabling new and real perspectives for refugees. Our first goal is to finance five educational scholarships and to raise money for running the CUCULA-Company.

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no more- showtunes sung by women who are done putting up with bullshit and have zero fucks to give

on monday - 35mm: a musical exhbition // enough - in the heights // over the moon - rent // dogfight - dogfight // bring it on - bring it on: the musical // you want to lose your only friend? - chess // i want the good times back - the little mermaid // fool - xanadu // could i leave you? - follies // the ladies who lunch - company // no more- see what i wanna see // climbing uphill - the last five years // this is not love- lizzie // lovesick - women on the verge of a nervous breakdown // astonishing - little women: the musical //shine like the sun - 9 to 5: the musical // defying gravity - wicked //

L I S T E N

My importance to the world is relatively small. On the other hand, my importance to myself is tremendous. I am all I have to work with, to play with, to suffer and to enjoy. It is not the eyes of others that I am wary of, but of my own. I do not intend to let myself down more than I can possibly help, and I find that the fewer illusions I have about myself or the world around me, the better company I am for myself.
—  Noel Coward