Octagonal tea caddy decorated with rolled paperwork, in a protective cardboard box with lid covered with block-printed floral wall-paper; 1800-1820.
Such fresh colors! Most paper filigree from this period has faded with sunlight and age. The box has kept this one pristine.
Supernice Paris ….. #laseine #parisphoto #paris
Where I wish I was. It’s about 106 degrees in New York City today.
I’m Em. I like romance with hot boys and well written characters. I like to read. A lot….
Cool blog — spent way too much time there poking through the back pages.
Eloisa James. Three Weeks with Lady X. Or at least, this is what I was reading. I gave myself the afternoon off, lounged on the couch, and read the whole thing. There was a harridan, a country estate, a duke’s bastard, a pagan marquess, heirloom jewels, a virgin who didn’t stay a virgin,…
Merripen, Seduce Me At Sunrise by Lisa Kleypas
Okay. Lisa EPICALLY knows her shit.
Arthur Rackham 1867 – 1939
There are two sides to every story.
(source: The Dartmouth Gazette, October 5, 1814.)
Marilyn Monroe on her wedding day with Arthur Miller
- 🎀 Amanda 🎀
As a mom (and a Shakespeare professor): I agree.
Titania asleep — a beautiful version.
Friday is Independence Day, so if you’re American I assume you’re planning to park your buns in a lawn and/or lounge chair for 72 hours straight. Which makes this the perfect time to get into romance novels!
I cannot recommend Jennifer Cruisie enough, especially “Welcome to Temptation”, “Faking It”, and “Bet Me”. She was my gateway drug into the romance genre.