I received this last night from a sweet friend. I love it!Here's the original cited: http://www.sweetsalty.com/sweetsalty/2008/12/22/varga-wife.html snd below, posted as written by the author at sweetsalty.com :She is 1940s anime, every inch of her unapologetic. She is a thrust of grace, cinched and . . .
It's a quiet day at work (not). I'm sitting around doing nothing (not). And I ran across this flash from the past. I really do think it's one of the best written satirical pieces I've seen. Since we're in the countdown to a new president, let's go into the archives and take a little walk down memory . . .
I was thinking the other day about Guy Ritchie’s comment that “making love to Madonna was like cuddling up to a piece of gristle.” I do agree that fitness is important, but moderation in fitness, as in life, is key. It’s funny, though, how trainers look at every soft body as a challenge. A . . .
This adaptation of Psalm 91 was played at my mother's funeral, nine years ago Christmas Eve...today's the anniversary of her death. I was just sitting here thinking about it, that day, and my mother. I'm posting this for my sister and my brother. And for Bob, whose face at her funeral I'll never . . .
I saw this in a store the other day and had to capture it on film. The first thing that occurred to me was what the wearer would do about the humongous VPL: "Visible Panty Line."Just wondering. . . .
Last night after sushi the concept of "wooing" came up. You can never underestimate the value of the romantic gesture, but it seems to have gone the way of the horse and carriage. These days, men do too little wooing, and really, from a woman's point of view, like chocolate, there can never be . . .
This one's too professional. The one below is even more fun.Especially when he gets stuck at about the 35-second mark and thereafter. . . .
IN MEMORYWITH GRATITUDE288-3095The number rings into a void, into the ether, into a tangle of central telephone office wires leading nowhere. Sprawled on top of a hill, the best house in a tract of split levels sits empty; a long, red brick ranch awaiting a new owner, a new family, a daughter who . . .
This post, from my sorella-friend Diana's blog, is worth a click. I can relate!http://creativestructures.blogspot.com/2008/12/of-course-my-dog-is-not-allowed-on-bed.htmlIf you haven't seen the website for her B&B in northern Italy, take a look. She's the photographer, and her photos are stunning. A . . .
I've always struggled with the concept of faith. So it's ironic that I've started a faith-based business. I've been watching a friend who's been a Word of Faith believer go through a crisis of faith and even though I'm not sure I get Word of Faith totally (otherwise known as Prosperity Gospel) I . . .