I'm completely unfamiliar with Carter, but will alter that, promptly. Dropped by some of the reviews - I love the idea of a book that gives imperfection "permission." All this rather obsessive organization takes some of the fun out of things, quite literally.-SFP.S. I'm hosting a Marc Jacobs jewelry give away - I hope you'll stop by! http://sfair.blogspot.com/2010/10/marc-jacobs-give-away.html
MRC makes me feel better about my home. She's the original junker. Haven't seen the new book but the others were great.
This looks great!Are you familiar with American Pickers?
Sanity, thanks for stopping by. Carter has been a long-time favorite of mine; her vision suffuses far more than we can really comprehend, I think. We've all seen her work a thousand times, and to have her bring this book about -- it is just as it should be. Perfectly imperfect. She's been recreating heaven for a long time, and now we get to be part of it all...Donna, I couldn't agree more. She is the original & it brings such happiness to see her work.Bruce, No! I will become more familiar. Being a picker is somehow in my blood. As a kid, I tagged along with mom to every antique store and auction I could get to... So happy there. Maybe we're just born that way?
You. are. so. right. Per usual.
O! most gracious Patricia: the DeLaVega message on Carter's tumblr...I had to post it. And of course thought of you in the doing (per usual).
How very true.I met Carter in her home upstate New York. A beautiful place called Elm Glen Farm and a lovely person. I should show you what we came up to together. It was really quiet magic.
Quite positive, Ivan, that any work the two of you created together would be magic. In its purest form.