Truth be told, this 500 Things Experiment I’ve got going on is mostly about painting pretty Paris storefronts. There are hundreds I want to paint. All of them piquing the imagination. Whatever could happen behind those glass doors? Here is the first round. This is a fun little c
Light blue does put one in a melancholic mood. These blue chairs are just begging for poetry to be written in them. How many firemen does it take to hang a photo? None, apparently. Just takes one army guy. The people below have no clue that a fire-breathing dragon lurks above. This si
I have been indulging in One Day by David Nicholls. It’s one of those books you read slowly to savour all the good phrases. It’s also a movie, as you can tell by the photo above. I’m not even going to tell you what it’s about. I’m just sharing a few of th
The business of life is the acquisition of memories; in the end that’s all there is. The memories stirred this week for me were that of a little bookshop in Notting Hill, London. Lutyens & Rubinstein is a dreamy little bookshop full of all kinds of delightful literary treasu
So remember the last post when I said I was going to list 500 things on my shop by December 1st? Yeh. That major declaration to you, dear invisible populous, led me through all manner of emotions this week. Here’s the roller coaster: 1. Enthusiasm It was like it was January 2nd.