a perfectly kept house is the sign of a misspent life
this. book. is. marvelous.
two excellent reviews:
image via lox papers
i think this actually classifies as a need
& not just a want. from the always amazing acl.
via charming and delightful the little red hen
it's the thought that counts;
and i'll tell you, friends, this
time it's true. thank you, dear
tim. how much fun was this?
mary randolph carter's new book is out.
& it is just as good as mrs. b says it is.
(if you want it, here it is)
factory 20 via design milk
& say thank you
after someone gives you that boost,
here is where you can sit and look
into their sweet face & say thank you
(behind you, of course, will be
the wall of ladders you just installed)
chairs, ladders: here
i think a wall of old ladders
would be just the thing for today.
something to remind you that
every once in a while someone gave you
a boost up. and it made life that much better.
A quick look back (there
there might be more later,
this is it for now): here's how
Sunday/Monday was spent.
Would like to send out sincere
thanks to the brilliantly elegant
Claudia Schwartz of Bell'occhio
for knowing the perfect table
covering (hemp; magnificent)
& sharing it for the event. Another
note of gratitude to very talented
Mercedes McAndrew for coming
by with her marvelous camera
(which will surely supply better
photos than mine) and great eye.
Many thanks to the Foothill
Family Service for hosting
and helping transform lives.
sometimes i wonder if movies might
be the best medicine. did you ever
ever just think: i need to watch this
movie, stat. like it was going to save
you or something. and the thing is,
i think, maybe sometimes it does.
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