The Loneliness Generation

Wow! So very insightful! My favorite quote, “But in an increasingly disconnected world, it’s vital to forge links that don’t depend on a good Wifi connection.” Words to ponder and blog post I plan to re-read several times!


Bohemian Wild Child

I am the quipster that refuses to write in complete sentences. Unique, quirky girl who is a wild Gypsy at heart. Rooms filled with colors and textures. Windchimes hanging over the bed. Lots of lace and flowing Gypsy skirts and shawls. Paisley is just perfect!

The 3 B’s, Beads, Bangles & Bracelets! Can a girl really wear too many bracelets? Lets not forget the ankle bracelets and rings on her fingers and bells on her toes! The More the Merrier!

Purple streaks in my hair!  I’m thinking in the future the grey hair will hold the purple color quite nicely! But there is that one item I can cannot live without, scarves! Throw them on the bed or on your head! Wrap up presents, sprained ankles or fashion them into curtains! Every decent or indecent bohemian woman has a good stash of scarves!

Thanks for taking the time to read through this wandering post – I really don’t write many text based blog posts. I tend to blog with images and color with short quips and quotes. So bear with this wild bohemian girl as I run wild and unchecked through the prose tonight! (regrets to my favorite English teacher and thank you to the Daily Post for the Daily Prompt)

Is It All In The Eyes?

I was thinking about some of the guys on television that I find the most attractive and trying to figure out what it was about each of them that I really liked. What is it about them makes my heart go pitter-patter? They are each very different men – but IS there one thing that is common to all of them?

Three of them are portraying very strong men in their acting roles at the moment. Then you have Jase Robertson, with all his hunting and fishing he would definitely qualify as a manly man. I’m quite sure the strong male persona could have something to do with my attraction.Image It also seems safe to say that I do seem to have something for tall, dark and handsome men, but when you throw in Norman Reedus so much for the “dark” swarthy look. So after really studying each mans photo (and believe me that was hard work)  I have narrowed it down to ….. the eyes…. I think there is a deep passionate, soulful look in each mans eyes. Harry Dresden in the Dresden Files books talks about a sharing a soul gaze – a sharing of ones soul when you look deeply into another persons eyes. But it could be it a boyish playful nature that seems to show up in the crinkles on the corners of those eyes when they smile? I’m just not sure… they are four very different men that have each have “something” that appeals to me. Oh, but wait! Maybe “eye” have it! Could it be the scruffy beards???  Well, whatever it is…. I like it!!!