19th Century Published on May 30, 2014 Let me tell you a story written by The Dreamstress It’s quite engrossing… With moments of pathos: And drama: Moments of humour: And scenes that take your breath away: I suspect that Theresa read an entirely different story though: Hmmm…. Ooooh… Gasp!
Aside from being a fun photoshoot, this actually sums up the way two different people read the same book two different ways very well. 🙂
(I remembered how my friend introduced me to her new copy of The Graveyard Book – before I got mine – and I laughed at the first sentence, because it was so perfectly Gaimanian. And she was rather shocked that I laughed at something so serious… In retrospect, so was I; but it’s my usual reaction to laugh at something in a book that, for lack of a better word, makes sense.)
And wow, there’s actually a stone bench for ladies to sit on? Such a perfect spot. That first photo looks… possibly like something I would laugh at in a book. 🙂
Giggle. What I really do is giggle.
Giggle. What I do is giggle, and actually not just over books. I think at times, I really do it over your blog as well…
You can’t beat a good book. Hopefully this new post means you’re feeling better.