The sun has set on Super Bowl 2010.
The bid to write the introduction to an art catalogue is submitted. Back to reading.
This is the title I found at Border's Books
"Women Who Read Are Dangerous" uses women depicted in compellingly haunting and beautiful images through the ages, reading. By Stefan Bollman- I can't imagine not LIKING this tome.
With more rain predicted this coming week, this is a light the fire, cuddle up under the comforter with a cup of hot cocoa in the living room and read until you fall asleep kind of treat.
Speaking of treats. Guess what I found searching the byroads of blogging.?VintageGardenGal.
The bloggess, Bonnie Manion, writes with authentic pleasure of gardening, home-grown food and vineyard lifestyle. Reading about her chickens, I discovered something about myself. As I commented back, "All my favorite homes to visit when I was a child ALL had chickens in their yards."
This absolutely lovely blog brought to me a sense of peacefulness: my spirit uplifted to a place of calm.
Bonnie was kind enough to allow me to post this photo from her blog. I had asked to use it with a chicken recipe- but I can't bring myself to use images of Julia, J.Lo, Fanny, and Coco at home in the garden as a lead in to roast chicken. That recipe can wait a day or two.
Sunset Image by Gene Sasse, Photographer of the Usual and Unusual. Studio (909) 941-3993