This is my entry in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate.
My “new” teapot:
- Downton’s Fellowes adapting Anthony Trollope novel for TV [BBC NEWS]
- What’s So Great About Young Writers? [The New York Times]
- MH Abrams, Norton anthology founder, influential critic, dead at age 102 [The Guardian]
- Authors’ income ‘at breaking point’ [BBC News]
- Stereotype-Busting Women In Historical Fiction [Huff Post Books]
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”-Ralph Waldo Emerson (died 27 April 1882)
I even have a yellow dog sleeping at my feet. I’m just missing a gorgeous gown.
My soundtrack for the day:
The two examples of motion in this photograph are subtly connected:
This is my entry in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Motion.
My mom is on a solo birthday-vacation in New York City. She snapped this pic yesterday, on a walk through Central Park. How pretty! How spring-like!
“The earth has music for those who listen.”-George Santayana
Marie Corelli died on 21 April 1924:
“No one is contented in this world, I believe. There is always something left to desire, and the last thing longed for always seems the most necessary to happiness.”-Marie Corelli, A Romance of Two Worlds