virginia woolf, by far.
i recommend sailing as a soul building experience for anyone. you used to be able to go on floatplan.com and hop on a sailboat around the world. sailing by its confines allows a boundless life drawn upon the rules of nature.it is the best dream i can dream.
moi aussi. for me it usually ends up to be of the literary or film sort. virginia woolf seems to encourage my restlessness more than anything. diary is quite disturbing, but certainly falls into the adventure cateogry. is the first image from the america's cup?
How much do I love that smoke picture? Too much........
Einstein's Dreams!I read this book while traveling and was gratefully enchanted by all the different stories in the book. I think it would be a great warm up to Virginia Woolf.Enjoy!
OOh, the all sound exciting, Einstein perhaps... no maybe wolf?xF
Einstein's Dreams, I say. It's a light delicious poem about time.
Your blog is amazing. Calm.Inspiring.I'll keep coming back.Thank you.
oh...Einstein's Dreams! it is light...but i enjoyed it all the same...nancy
Einsteins' Dreams it is fantastic and very thought provoking!
If you can't decide, let the covers do the talking. Enjoy!
A room of one's own always stirs things up nice...
weaving as metaphor
Just passing through to say I ADORE your blog!Cheers,Oh Liza Janehttp://ohlizajane.blogspot.com/
room with a view. that book quietly ruined me. In the most wondrful way.Em
Einstein's Dreams! I read it - it was great, very unique and interesting book.
I've read these and on balance I'd say Virginia Woolf. Of course the order probably doesn't matter if you're going to read all 3, but I still think VW.
V Woolf. I just picked up 'Orlando'.
Both Woolf + Einstein's Dreams at the same time? Einstein's Dreams can be read in bits and pieces... I love this blog. I stumbled across it months ago and stop by every day. Thank you, Lee.
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