cedar, camphor, pine tar, bitter lime, rose.such beautiful textiles. i WILL make something with that cloth someday!
oh, and reading war and peace.
jane.some book by aldous huxley and some poetry by nancy cunard.the smell of roses. (wow...great questions...thank you...i do think "les indiennes" prompts such things...)nancy
Hi. I write from Brazil and I would like to know which edition of The World of Interiors was published a matter of Hipodromo La Rinconada, you posted in January this year, 2009.The site of the magazine, I could not find.We are writing an article about the La Rinconada and we need to know this information. My email is firstname.lastname@example.orgI await your return.Many thanks.
i thinkcecila.letters of jessica mitford.burning logs.
my name would have to be Ginevra.Henry James or a beautiful, big photo book of baroque churches. however, something about these images make me want to read passage to india. everything would smell clean, with a hint of tuberose.
Jasmina.A.A. Gills, Previous Convictions (He cracks me up).Hyssop.
name::helenabook:: don quixotesmelling:: my lover of course
AudreyA.S. Byattsandalwood and a hint of jasmine
Mmmm... Those photos smell of leather, clean line-dried linen, and floor polish.A Baroness von Somethinghousen lives there.She flips through old atlases.
EloiseLe rouge et le noir de Stendhalcitronelle
my name would be colette odile, and i would be reading the story of bluebeard.tea and orange marmalade smells would mingle with the fragrance of just picked lilies of the valley, and pipe tobacco.
HelenMaly Otek or One Hundred Years of Solitude.Prague, it smells like history.(I am related to the man that the story Bluebeard was about, creepy huh!)-V
eleanora.the bhagavad gita.roast chicken and candle wax and sage.
Stephanie's post is perfect!Here's mine:Name: Harry CrosbyReading: UlyssesSmelling: Caresse
I don't know what my name would be but it would contain LOTS of vowels...
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