I wish I could tell the 96% of women who doubt their looks, that they are not insignificant; for centuries women have inspired paintings and poems and stories and songs. They have been the subject of masterpieces. Art is beauty, and therefore they as women are beautiful.
I’ve made friends on the Internet. There is one gal whose blog I read, who happens to be French and grew up in Corsica, http://www.garancedore.fr/en/. She resides in New York, writes in English and her audience is American. To me, she has the natural beauty of Audrey Hepburn. A gal who loves a good laugh…
In Feng Shui bathrooms represent health. The water element represents cash flow. Isn’t that an important enough reason for them to be clutter free and visually soothing?
The thrill of seeing an art piece designed to be worn excites me! And I appreciate the offbeat quirky mind and creativity that made them into being. In my mind they have a 1980’s theme and reminded me of when in 1989 I selected a pair of flats in the silhouette of a smoking slipper from Bloomingdales’ Century City. Purchased for me, they were black patent leather with a brassy gold theatrical smiling face and a pewter tragic face that ornamented the toe.
Writer Linda LaRoche comments on the legendary Diana Vreeland ..a story-teller that had a spectacular gift for language, coining words and phrases that painted in a single, vivid stroke a feeling, a movement, a fantasy.
Yesterday evening while at Pet Smart I saw a Yorkie guide it’s owner to wherever she wanted to go. Detecting stubbornness, I laughed at the five-pounder taking the lead. Her owner said, “Has anyone ever told you look like Jackie Kennedy?” I smiled and thanked her. She added, “You should get yourself one of those hats.”