since September of 2011.
|No, they are NOT prescription glasses.They are just magnifiers, because I'm getting old.|
|I only wear my glasses when I read things with smaller print.|
| I do read quite a bit.|
I use my glasses when I read books.
or ingredients lists, & labels.
This is me at my city library.
|Notice the Texas flag,|
the city flag, &
a U.S.A. flag.
Today I'm linking up to
Thursdays are for Thrifters.
|My skirt and shoes are thrifted.|
Can you see what the wind did to my hair?
|My purse & blouse are thrifted.|
...She loved the process of finding a book through rational process, only to open the pages and be caught in the memories of the person she had been when she first read it....from Joy for Beginners by Erica Baurmeister
|Here I'm trying to show|
that the hemline,
of my skirt, is asymmetrical.
...up to the see the ceiling covered in a mosaic of glittering blues and yellows, a universe made of glass. She had never seen anything like it and it made her stop awestruck, wishing only that memories were solid objects that you could carry with you...from Joy for Beginners by Erica Baurmeister
|Here I'm trying to show the heart print on the blouse.|
|Another art journal page|
|That is my meaning of spring.|
|My drawing of a tree, |
|from who knows when.|
...As if to mirror the process going on inside,
she had been overwhelmed
with an almost desperate need to purify her life-
|plowing through the closets and shelves of her house, cleaning out fashions she no longer cared about or fit into, books she never intended to read;|
odd condiments and dusty spice used once years ago. It was, in a strange way, like going back to the girl she had once been, who was strong, and spare and didn't have things. Or maybe it was just that if you didn't have things, they couldn't be taken away...from Joy for Beginners
by Erica Baurmeister