10.28.2011

happenstance

As October is nearing the end, it's still quite a comfort that November continues with changing colours all about.  Over the next few days I'm looking forward to doing some writing, working on homemade gifts, and spending time with friends.  Cheers to a wonderful weekend.

Book Ideas:
~The Apothecary by Maile Meloy
~Van Gogh: The Life by Steven Naifeh
~Every Thing On It by Shel Silverstein
~The Art of the Sonnet by Stephen Burt & David Mikics
~The Woman with the Bouquet by Eric Emmanuel Schmitt
~A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig & Other Essays by Charles Lamb

Song of the Day = Say Yes by Elliott Smith, covered by The Theater Fire

camera: pentax k1000

12 comments:

  1. Sounds good!
    I just read the book about Van Gogh - interesting!
    Have a good weekend too!

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  2. ah yes, have a wonderful weekend too!

    (will you show us any of your writing at some point? that would be lovely!)

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  3. your photos are breathtaking.

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  4. I like your plans and, like Kristina, I'd love to see some of your writing.

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  5. I love Fall photos. Somehow some magical colors just appear.

    I am doing a photo contest in my blog and will feature a photo/blog.

    See below if you want to participate:
    http://www.lesapphireblue.com/2011/10/photo-contest-get-feature.html

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  6. this is absolutely beautiful. those leaves are the prettiest shade of burgundy!

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  7. a peaceful happy november to you !
    it's time for homemade gifts, i have started as well...
    i love it when the leaves reach these colors, especially if we are fortunate enough not to have too much rain...

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  8. how lovely. love the particularly beautiful pink/burgundy tones of the leaves.

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  9. my kind of weekend :)

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  10. I'm catching up with you. Beautiful!!!

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  11. Certainly words to live by.

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  12. oh these leaves! this might be the single thing i miss most from my childhood- and the one thing i long for every autumn, those colors.

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