Ah my dear Tess, thanks for the reminder. I haven't read Maira'a bookk for a while. Time for a trip from the shelf to the desk. Notebook (check), backpack (check), watercolor kit (check)...off to go shopping for the pleated skirt ;)
I can see you in that outfit....feeling restless?
Restless as a willow in a windstorm...
Stunning :D **New Follower**
Thanks for following. Nice to meet you, Bookish!
Bookish - you have some interesting reading ahead of you in the archives of this blog. There's wine and cheese in the library. Do keep up your strength. Welcome to the party!
"I dreamed a dream in time gone by..." Hey, you still have your hair...the dream lives (sorry, obvious Les Mis reference) :-)
Mmm... Delightful. But as long as we're dreaming, why stop?A sidewalk cafe in paris, a lush hillside on ireland's coast, a south sea island never before discovered, a long train ride to nowhere.I could dream a book.Rick
I don't think I've see that image of M. She was fabulously photogenic.
Perchance to dream .... beautiful! :-)When are you picking up your walking shoes? Coffee stop in Vienna?
Dream big and live bigger :-)
Perfect. I'm going to steal this for my sidebar.
Will now have to read the book! Thanks. I love discovering good books.This is a favorite photo of Marilyn. Thank you.Happy Weekend.
I adore Maira Kalman..."In Pursuit of Happiness" is especially delightful...
Perfect shot to go with those words. I wonder who has that skirt now. Really, somebody has it, right?
Oh I want to think somebody has it...somebody's wearing it right now...
I would certainly accompany that little meringue on her way!
This may become my new mantra.
Inject a few raisins of conversation into the tasteless dough of existence. ― O. Henry (and me)