Ophelia by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, 1908:
The extremely accomplished Dorothy Canfield Fisher was born on 17 February 1879.
Selected books: Gunhild (1907); The Bent Twig (1915); Understood Betsy (1917); Raw Material (1923); Bonfire (1933); Seasoned Timber (1939).
I’m sharing this (again?), because W. B. Yeats is on my mind today.
Naturally, with this being (Central) Ohio and all, it was 60 degrees during a winter festival in February. We still had fun, though. And it was nice not being bundled up.
This is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadow.
Thomas Lux, 1946-2017 [THE PARIS REVIEW]
“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”-Charles Dickens (born 7 February 1812)
“I am a documentarian of what I do.”-Gay Talese (born 7 February 1932)
A Cup of Tea by Lilian Westcott Hale for Collier’s Magazine, 1909:
I wish I could spend today drinking tea and reading books about awesome women. Alas!
Two things are going on in this picture of Duncan. One: He is hogging all of the covers, because he can. Two: He misses his papa, who has just left for work.