One who observes and thinks about what has been seen, what has passed by my way, what greater meaning lies behind and beneath life's small events.
Medieval....I like it.
Any time "parchment" is part of the mix, medieval comes to mind.
The idea of finding an old map or scroll always enticed me as a child. Still does.
Susan - thanks for your note over on my blog. And thank you for buying my book (I like paper too). My nephew actually made that video - he was studying film at Columbia. So many people have wanted to know, because he did such a professional job! Again, many thanks, and pleased to meet you - also to see my friends Inger and Delores here.
I am so looking forward to the book!
Back into the ages where they burned pages.
I can picture a mound of burning books--can you imagine that??
And another week goes by. This is brilliant. Again. Such wordsmithery. Thank you.
Coming for a wordsmith herself, that is a real compliment.
Dear Susan, as "The Elephant&39;s Child" says: "Such wordsmithery"!!!!
E/Child is brilliant, as are you! Thank you!
Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!