Last week I came across a fun blog hop whose theme is tea cup Tuesday. I stayed for a while and discovered some lovely new blogs, like Edith’s Sous Mon Arbre and Terri’s Artful Affirmations, both absolute sensual treats of
Everything is gray and it’s a bit chilly in the house. I didn’t sleep very well last night and I think the barometric pressure has dropped because I’m feeling a bit headachy. Everyone is out except for the cats
Not sure why but this week’s words had a vintage feel. So I stuck them in a silent movie
I’ve been thinking about this for a while now and wanted to put together something special, something which is “me” and also has value. What I came up with is this little gift package: A Moleskine journal – because I write,
My friends at Wordpress have asked for a photo which represents love. I thought about it for a good long time and then decided to show you this photo of Kerstie and Bunny (Isla). I remember a moment when Kerstie was
Ah, what could be more wonderful than having breakfast in bed? Maybe I should say breakfast in bed 2013. It’s so worth it to wake up a bit early and spend some time checking my favorite blogger’s posts, seeing what
I want to tell you something: I’m very slow to trust a new book from a book store. It looks too shiny and new and not loved
A fourth journal entry for Folk Magazine with love and understanding.
The Folk Magazine Journal entry for this week asks for influence. To write my American story as part of a giant American story, the tapestry of our lives, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I’m Czech by
Sunday Whirl…oh no, Sylvia Plath words…good thing I didn’t look first!
I copied the Whirl words from Brenda’s Saturday prompt from the Sunday Whirl FB page into a blank word document and didn’t look beyond the words. Good thing too because I would have known and been influenced by Lady Lazarus
I don’t even know where to begin. One said, “Those meatballs are huge!” The other said, “That’s what she said!” And that was it. Everyone was laughing. What are we like?