"When they say Don’t I know you?
"Walk around feeling like a leaf.
Know you could tumble any second."
"Then decide what to do with your time."
Zur Schönen Perle
“Words Under The Words” by Naomi SHIHAB NYE,
The Eighth Mountain Press – A Far Corner Book
Portland, Oregon 1995
Click on the image above
for a link to Christoph Niemann's
Ode to "Coffee"!
Loved this and thanks for the link to Christoph Niemann's post. Delightful and loved the "coffee" artwork.
The 'Ode to Coffee' was really entertaining. Thanks for always posting great photos AND hidden surprises. Visiting you is kind of like opening up a box of Cracker Jack! Ha!ReplyDelete
This is such a good idea. I think I'll go downstairs and make a cappuccino.ReplyDelete
I've just finished a cappuccine (or cupofchino as Jemimajemoo would say). I bought one to drink on the train back from Manchester!ReplyDelete
Never a bored minute, second over here. Today's post is lovely.ReplyDelete
Loved the quote from Words Under the Words. And I probably have about eight pairs of reading glasses scattered around the house, car and in my handbag. Words disappear without them.ReplyDelete
I loved the post you redirected to and the artwork. My first experience with coffee was when my mother bought a can of coffee and let me have the empty can to play with. Oh how good it smelled and how awful it tasted..I love it now, but it never looks as good as your photos...ReplyDelete
I love the photo of the cup of coffee...looks real enough to drink. Thanks for the links, too...ReplyDelete
Thank you for the links and the great photos of coffee.ReplyDelete