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Every thing of beauty is worth protesting for, is what I thought when I saw the unhappy face of the snowman, in my archive. Yes we did have winters and it is a thing of beauty, one of the exhilarating … Continue reading
I was listening to an old favorite, the song The Only Child by Jackson Browne. As a teenager in college I proudly wore a badge with his name, drawn with a blue pen, selfmade as a gift by a gorgeous … Continue reading
It’s a baby blanket from the Blue Print Resort Collection by The Fabric Of Home. And stumbling upon the image I suddenly saw the canvas. These are African patterns, full of hidden meaning in symbols and designs.
Another picture form back in the days when I went out with my SLR camera, and take snapshots of everyday life.
I came across this lively bunch yesterday, while cycling east of Amsterdam: The cows were brought out into the fields for the first time this year – May 9th 2020 – and they are loving it 🙂 In … Continue reading
Staying in, I rearranged my shelf with inspirational stuff. This was before: The Shelf
Being a huge fan of Woody Allen’s work I could not ignore the book that’s out now: Apropos Of Nothing, his autobiography. It is on my shelf, in the corner of my eye, at the ready. Much has been said … Continue reading