Thursday, June 19, 2008

Pretty in purple


Andif's pretty purple printemps
(Click photo to enlarge)


12 comments:

FARfetched said...

Caught me putting on the helmet & jacket! Homebrews all around later tonight though…

boran2 said...

That's a beauty, Andi. Good morning all. I'h home this AM with the stomach-ached boran2 boy, then, later, madame boran will come home from work for her turn while I head in to my office. My schedule is in tatters. Which reminds me of an old stones song...

Nancy P said...

b2, sorry about b2boy. (Why can't I think of the Stones song you're thinking of?)

Looking forward to the homebrew, far.

Kelly McCullough said...

Purdy.

Good morning, folks. Hope you're feeling 100 percent today, Nancy.

No tea for me again today, sigh. Started really writing again, 800 words yesterday, and it looks like I'll be able to salvage a good bit of the wordage from the first version of the opening.

The reading went well, though the attendance was down. The bookstore it was at is moving and they just recently let the employees know they won't be moving with the store--that's burned a lot of the local goodwill and that was one reason that a number of folks stayed home.

Going to A Midsummer Night's Dream tonight--also in the Cities, which means I'm driving a lot more than I'd like. But it'll be worth it.

Going to go hack out some words now, but I'll be in and out. Hope everyone has a great day.

Nancy P said...

Hi, Kelly. My % is not that high yet, but thanks.

Happy writing today. I need to get out a buncha new, too.

That's a shame about the bookstore employees.

Maria Lima said...

Gorgeous pic! I'm at home today, nursing a severe case of pinkeye. I've not had this before and it's so not fun. :(

Supposed to keep away from people and keep disinfecting. I feel like I should be in the Andromeda Strain or something!

Hope everyone's Friday is better than mine so far.

Nancy P said...

Ack, Maria. So sorry to hear that. Not pretty in pink? Does it itch, or ache?

FARfetched said...

Kelly, that sux about the bookstore. Why wouldn't they want to retain their employees?

I went to Midsummer at the Shakespeare Tavern in downtown Atlanta a couple months back. They did a great job with it, putting just enough of their own spin on it to make it unique. I think The Bard would have approved.

Conda V. Douglas said...

Good to have Andi's gorgeous photos back.

Kimberly Frost said...

Good afternoon, all.

I went to a cafe and did some writing. I think I wrote close to a thousand words. Wahoo! I have been doing a lot more reading of books and watching of movies lately than I have been writing...so a bit of buckling down is in order. Well, I did review my copy edits Mon & Tues, so I guess some workage has been performed.

Still there's plenty of reading in my future since I've been out buying books almost every day this week. It is quite out of control. I don't mind that I've spent several hundred dollars, as the greatest part of one's income should go to book purchasing, right?

What I mind is that I have no place to put the new books. The TBR shelf is overflowing and the TBR pile is near to toppling. Sighs heavily.

Still, Kimber's id says in icanhazcheezburger speak... But I luvz the new books.They iz great.

katiebird said...

Hi everyone. I'm sort of dragging from the medical procedure I had this morning. But, I'm lurking at the edges of the room.

Buying books sounds like a good idea to me. I've been buying them but waiting to read them after my retirement.

Kimberly Frost said...

Katiebird -

Get some rest. I hope you feel all better soon. :)