Read this now: You have permission not to wait for permission
Wow. A photo exhibition held on a shipwreck in the ocean
On my desktop right now (from Simple Desktops, via Randi)
Also: Gwen’s Something Lovely
I’m fascinated by Furoshiki wrapping cloths
From the lovely Susan Piver: [audio] intro to the Enneagram and how to choose a meditation practice
Loving the photography of Vicky Slater
Little bit obsessed with Jen’s smart ideas Pinterest board
A room with a muse (plus more here)
Current Etsy faves :: this :: this :: this :: this (loving all of James’ faves)
I want to drink a cup of tea here! (also: tea party with Oscar Wilde)
Food blog recipes all in one place: Punchfork
Camille Seaman’s iceberg series is just incredible
i cannot WAIT to read this book
I am so wanting to rock this look for autumn (also: I wanna do this to my hair)
I’ve submitted three poems… you next?
Just ordered a set of these beautiful cards (thank you Amy)
And finally, the finger monkey is the tiniest primate in the world. Fact.
Oh you’re most welcome, honeypie. I just absolutely adore them – so gorgeous. And did you know that you can send the images as e-cards? I like to send them to friends sometimes and just let my intuition guide me as to which ones I send ;-)
Hello Dear! I wanted to tell you this some time ago: I love your “something for the weekend” posts!!! : ***
P.S. Did you figure out your enneagram number?
I live around the corner from that record store!!!!
I love these linky posts- thank you. Especially for Justine Musk- I think I might lose my entire weekend to that particular blog!
I am also contemplating the dyed tips! Seems like it would be fun. Take a pic once you do yours :)
hi love! yes! i am a 4 :D
I came upon the iceberg photos earlier this summer and love them also–that special color of blue is just mesmerizing.
me too! we are soooo special ; ) ha, ha
Ooh I love Gwen Bell
oooh yes, I agree! love them all!
Oh thank you thank you for that finger monkey picture!
Furoshiki – looks like a good idea and I recently wrapped my sister’s birthday present in a bit of fabric because I didn’t have big enough paper. But please don’t pay $50 for a 90x90cm piece of cloth. Try something way cheaper and more ethical from here: http://www.organiccotton.biz/store/index.php
Also that hair look is quite exciting (like feathers) but if you ever suck your hair, be sure to use non-toxic dye…
Super collection of links and pictures. PS – I wish I were the girl with the red concertina…