posts tagged "book"

Sunday with friends (by kat.clark)

At the present time, three of Charlotte’s granddaughters are trapping at the foot of the stairs in my barn cellar, where the morning light, coming through the east window, illuminates their embroidery and makes it seem even more wonderful than it is.

I haven’t told why I wrote the book, but I haven’t told you why I sneeze, either. A book is a sneeze.


There had to be the dark and muddy waters so that the sun could have something to background its flashing glory.

- Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

La Dentellière with Isabelle Huppert in 1977 (directed by Claude Goretta).
“She was like one of those genre paintings where the subject is captured in mid-movement. Her way, for example, of pursing hairpins in her lips as she redid her hair bun! She was The Laundress, The Water Girl, or The Lacemaker.”
The Orchard Window by Daniel Garber1918, Oil on canvas
(by mrjimdoyle)
ll/ll (by Elena Gal)

reading time (via yu+ichiro)
partridge (by kat.clark)


"I'd like to add some beauty to life. I'd love to make people have a pleasanter time because of me... to have some little joy or happy thought that would never have existed if I hadn't been born."
—L.M. Montgomery

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