For several years, I used to walk down a little alley in Bath, and started to wave 'hello' to a woman who I saw washing-up at a window every morning. It wasn't until she died that I found out that it was Angela Carter.
Good food for thought, Yoli!Sending back LOVE to you~~and light and smiles~Constance
Beautiful photo. What a strong message in the quote... I hope you are all well! Mil besos!
What a wonderful tale Tom. I am such a devoted fan of hers. I hate to use the word but I do worship her writing. I have read almost all of her books. It is such a tragedy that cancer took her away from us so soon.
Yes yes yes I'm still love you & your cyberspere! Thanx for NICE comment on My Wabi & Sabi blog!LoveAgneta, the swedish one
Beautiful... "Tiger" is a part of my life
That's what I keep telling my hubby, but he tries to win me over with his "turn the other cheek" philosophy ;-P
I love that.
Dear Yoli,I love this post.... for many reasons....one involving my last name!And...I love your header! I have been away for far too long..... getting tangled up in L-I-F-E!Hugs to you!♥ Robin ♥
i love this yoli. joseph campbell used to say a similar thing -- it is not the nature of tigers to lie down and be tame. yin yang has its place in life ;-)
The quote is beautiful and what a stunning photo. Kisses and enjoy your day
Guess there's always an exception. At the Sriracha Tiger Zoo we visited last week, we saw little piglets running around a Tigress and tiger cubs suckling on a sow. The pervasion we humans are capable of...
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