Friday, September 25, 2009

Week's End - Slow Down & Look Around

People in town for the National Book Festival. People calling. People soliciting advice. People seeking the counsel of someone afraid of her new laptop? Think about it. Here's good advice for writers (& in general) at any level. The photograph synchronizes with Giulia Geranium today because, frankly, the bewildering assortment of photographs & images on hand is, well, a jumble. My tiny kingdom for a camera. Yesterday's foray to the new farmer's market near the White House (& assorted wanderings) called out for one. On the desk sit about-to-bloom pink lilies & stripey grasses from a cut-flower farm, Wollam Gardens, featured in yesterday's Washington Post.

And that's that. Happy weekend.

(Easy Day by gloeckchen via we heart it
-via deviant art. The artist's gallery, here.)


lettuce said...

how lovely.

have a great weekend.

Julie@beingRUBY said...

I think there should've been images of the market!! A camera!! You definitely need one!
Have a great weekend. x Julie

Tina Tarnoff said...

I wish I could.. slow down and look around. I'm so overwhelmed, I don't give anything enough attention. most things I don't give any attention at all. a trip to the farmers market at ferry building is a must. hope you're well. and get that laptop working!