Wednesday, December 31, 2008

it's cold.
and winter.

what if it were an 80 degree, perfect sunny day in december?
if we cross the arthur ravenel bridge over the cooper river, we could be in charleston, sc in no time flat.



try not to encourage mr. ntm for using palm tree bark for reindeer antlers.
i know he's a dork, but he's funny.



what if we were to take in the sights and soak up some sun?




if you don't like oysters, the crab is great too.



we could go to the market where the women weave sweetgrass baskets.
most of them have been weaving for more than 30 years and learned from their family when they were little girls.
their handiwork is an amazing art.




i like the baskets that have the chinaberries woven into their handles



what if we walked on cobblestone streets



past sweet golden retrievers on big, antebellum porches?



would that be okay?
here's wishing your sun is always shining

2 comments:

blue hearts said...

Oh..I hope you feel better soon. Its cold here..so just staying in to watch a movie.

Well...Nancy was just a little misleading. He thought she looked pretty good and she seemed to have all this attention for him & the idea that she was Bex's friend as also much more getting ahead than Bex, but then the "herpes" thing came up, and she's been the boss in the relationship where usually, he's the type who feels that supposed to be his job.

I've noticed too that some of my friends seem to have one in the relationship with the "better" job. Usually, its the female..well, not in my case. But still you have to contend with the boyfriend who'd rather be playing video games.

But I think in Dayton's case, he's got even more angst because I don't think he likes to admit he had real feelings for Chris. Or he maybe one of those people who never realised he loved somebody until after it was over.

Have a great new year with your photography and other creative endeavors.

Thanks for warming me up with this post. Such beautiful pictures. & I love the story it told too.

Thanks again.

Linda Sue said...

I SO needed this ray of sunshine! Beautiful post THANK YOU- I adore those baskets and WANT!!!
Lovely post!