Category Archives: reads

What to read? What to read?

Mom and I like to order from Dover Books now and again. Often she’ll want coloring books, bookmarks and such and I’ll look through the catalogue and fill in the order with things to give us free shipping or use … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday J.R.R – and Happy New Year to Us All!

The beauty of it smote his heart, as he looked up out of the forsaken land, and hope returned to him. Continue reading

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This and That While Waiting

Waiting for UPS man to appear. Molly is keeping watch from the upstairs bedroom. Sorta. She’s looking annoyed that I’m interrupting her nap. I was wondering about color transparency so I decided to mess around with this test I’d seen … Continue reading

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She Wins!

This morning my phone indicated a call from Williamstown and the nice voice said I’d won three books. One was particularly exciting but I can’t say what it is because it’s –ahem– my first holiday gift for 2017. So here … Continue reading

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Watercolorists at Work

One of the books I brought home today was this: Watercolorists at Work by Susan Meyer and Norman Kent, 1972. Norman Kent, when editor of American Artist had asked twenty-five artists to contribute to a book showing their process. His … Continue reading

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