Here is the print I was taking about earlier from ’Beyond Thrilled’. The quote on this print hits the nail on the head, that watermelons are awesome. What other fruit can leave you so fresh feeling afterwards, certainly not oranges, I just ate one and I am one sticky pup.
This is just the first of many prints, from ‘Beyond Thrilled’ that I plan to blog. I like them because they are simple, cute and often have a quirky line attached to them. My next shall be of a watermelon. I would buy the watermelon print, if I had money, but alas I don’t. Here’s there blog.
So…my semi-review on ‘The Secret of Kells’ sparked this imaginative creative ball of words. Thanks for the shout out Space Giraffe. I really didn’t say that much, but I will take it anyway. I like to be the one who smuggles curiosity into the brain.
Speaking of which, mine needs to sleep. Good night interblogs. For now.
It has been said that novelists, who master the art of poetry, can become better writers. One of the advantages poetry has over prose, is it’s ability to condense and articulate stories or images.
With this in mind I thought this clip was fitting:
“We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory will swell when again touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature.”
Abraham Lincoln Sited in American History X
This is just beautiful.