Monthly Archives: April 2010

oh dolly!

today i’m working my way through dolly: my life and other unfinished business.  dolly parton is such a joy!    she’s smart and funny and generous and brave.  she says things like, “it costs a lot to look this cheap.” … Continue reading

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my mother called me sliver

inspiration: etc. by sibella court. i am completely convinced that sibella assembled this book purely for my personal enchantment.  so many details seem as though meant just for me! she quotes jeanette winterson: “my mother called me silver.  i was … Continue reading

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soft as chalk

oh! joanna. with your dresses, and your lipstick, and your sweet voice, ever so bravely stating your case. you are such a dear companion. there is a lovely performance by her here.   you must, must, must have this album. … Continue reading

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alice

What a magical fairytale-adventure-dream! I loved every minute of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. I loved Alice. She is beautiful and brave and curious. And her dress keeps changing and is the prettiest color blue… The visual imagery! The flowers, … Continue reading

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it’s in the trees…

May Sarton, in her “Journal of a Solitude,” writes, “Imitate the trees.” So deeply rooted. And the further down they grow, the higher they can gently reach. all photos found at we ♥ it

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Little Road

this makes me think of home: “little road, early summer,” by agnes pelton

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