lost in fiber, blog (had forgotten all about this incredible blog; when i remembered it, i was so happy because it is a really fantastic place to see beautiful pictures. hope you'll visit it, too.
this is albert cullum. we saw a wonderful documentary years ago about him. he was
a teacher and used great innovative and imaginative ideas in helping children learn and
express themselves. i love that kind of teaching.
the amazing bubble, a part of childhood at any age
from the blog concrete and honey. i used to grow these, they
are such beautiful, delicate flowers
cinoh.tumblr.com love this
from the blog teistmoodimarika
this looks so cute!
from the blog la vie est belle.....i wish i could have lived to see this man and
his adorable musical cart. someone should do
this now in our time.....he's selling lemonade
or perhaps milk. so precious.....
from lambert's blog, this is incredible; i love birds
manon gauthier, incredibly talented artist!
i love this beautiful cat! orange and white, my favorite! we used
to have a cat that would sleep on our work table, too.
artist marilyn browning
such a beautiful painting!
from the blog pearls and empty rooms
it's amazing how much beauty is in the world. i just wish we could hear more about what's good in life instead of such bad news, such negative things.....we don't really need to hear those things. life could be much happier if we could focus on what's inspiring and lovely and beautiful. we have been watching Downton Abbey on PBS and have loved it so far, but it seems lately, the story is becoming filled with such tragedy and negativity. Sybil, the daughter, dying was just too much! i kept thinking.....why did the writer make such a sorrowful and terrible part of the story? couldn't he just have let her have her beautiful baby and things could have been happy and wonderful?! i realize sad things do happen in life but don't we have enough of all that in real life? if i could have written for Downton Abbey, i would have told a much brighter, happier and calmer story. i just believe that we need to have more happiness in the world, really.
what do you think?