Oh Thank you, Merisi, for starting my day and my week with something lovely words from Mr. Sandburg!Your spring in Vienna looks wonderful!Betty
What a beautiful quote, dear Merisi, and a wonderful way to start a Monday. I am off to do my taxes. As always, I procrastinate, though they are VERY simple with the job loss, retirement and my income at $100,000 less than it used to be!
Hello Merisi"Take it when it runs by a beautiful Sunday Morning..."Lovely picture!Have a nice week!!!Biawww.biaviagemambiental.blogspot.com
Good advice on a monday morning.
What a shot!And at Demel's...
Beautiful, both the Sandburg and your photo.
That photo has a '50's feeling to me.I don't know why..?Lovely
I love the quote. Enjoy your week.
What a great poem! And what an interesting perspective on this wonderful photo, Merisi. I love it! Happy Monday to you.
Wonderful quote--and such a great shot! Thank you (I'm glad you've brought back the Monday poems; I missed them).
Very nice spontaneous shot, Merisi!
This is the funniest coincidence. When I was just at Demel in early March (visiting from Los Angeles), I took a few pictures of the people next to me, a young woman and her little friend or daughter, and they are the same people in your picture from this post. I will post it on my humble blog so you can see, if you wish. On the day I was there, the woman was drawing pictures of girls in gowns for her little blondie to color in. It was a sweet connection they had and I was struck by them. Also by my Buchteln in Vanillesauce, but that's another story.
Thank you all so much for taking the time to leave such kind comments! Daisy,I have seen her before, Sunday morning, drawing with her daughter.
@ Daisy,I have visited your blog before,but never figured out how to leave a comment.I even looked for an email address. ;-)
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