« Notes At The End Of April | Main | One Year »

May 19, 2013

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8351792ec53ef019101c60bda970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Parts of Yourself That You Miss:

Comments

Prairie

Wonderful M, Thoughtful, beautiful, personal and universal. Can't wait for more!

ygo

Funny thing, when I saw the first picture, I rushed to type do you also have that Rag & Bone t-shirt?!? Then I realized those were MY legs.
And this is why I need you.
Anyways, thesis time is just around the corner! I know you just can't wait.

anniefannie

Have ALWAYS loved the words you use....all those hours reading the dictionary, the telephone book, encyclopedias (back in the old days), yearbook albums, not to forget a certain English teacher Dr. E who challenged you, and your own natural gift of curiosity and creativity that led to years of journaling and here you are....I look forward to reading more, please!

anniefannie

YGO, Funny thing, when I saw the first picture, I thought I recognized the baby's legs, but was pretty sure M's legs didn't have such a tatoo on them, unless she'd been spending lots of time at the tatoo parlor this winter, which I doubted since I'm the primary child care sitter and couldn't recall body painting on the calendar. Good to see your body parts in the photos! Come back to C'ville and visit us!

Shannon Tevendale

This was so perfectly timed and spoke volumes to me, in ways that only a mother could understand and vocalize. Thanks for the camaraderie and the inspiration to find those parts of myself again!

Hope all is well!

bedroom furniture

great man :D

The comments to this entry are closed.

Blog powered by Typepad
As Seen on Style Me Pretty: The Ultimate Wedding Blog
CCWEP Member

What I'm Reading

  • Barry Chevannes: Rastafari: Roots and Ideology (Utopianism and Communitarianism)

    Barry Chevannes: Rastafari: Roots and Ideology (Utopianism and Communitarianism)
    Been working on this one since my spring sojourn in the Caribbean. Though it's certainly interesting, I'm reading it with pencil in hand to underline and make notes in the margins. I may have to return to Little Seal before I have time for such concentrated study again.

  • Jane Goodall: Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating

    Jane Goodall: Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating
    My brother read excerpts of this book aloud to me as we drove to Maine this summer. I'm working on the whole thing now. Goodall brings an interesting perspective to the local and whole foods discussions, and she uses funny acronyms like "FOJ" (friends of Jane).

  • Mike Fay: Last Place on Earth (National Geographic)

    Mike Fay: Last Place on Earth (National Geographic)
    Nick Nichols and Mike Fay undertook an incredible task as they traversed the Congo and Gabon. Now that I'm working for Nick, I'm getting pretty intimate with the contents of this book. From a totally unbiased position (!), let me say that the photographs are stunning and the changes they inspired in West Africa are truly remarkable.

  • Greg Mortenson: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School at a Time

    Greg Mortenson: Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace . . . One School at a Time
    I am only a few chapters in to this true story of an American climber whose failed summit of K2 leads to a life dedicated to giving back to Pakistan. At least that is what I think it's about... Very excited to meet Greg Mortenson when he comes to speak at Village School this month!

  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Love in the Time of Cholera (Vintage International)

    Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Love in the Time of Cholera (Vintage International)
    Picked this one off the bedside table at my aunt's house on Vinalhaven Island. I'm early in the chapters and am already thinking that love is a frightening thing. Deliciously frightening, I think. Wish I could read the book in Spanish.

  • Sara Gruen: Water for Elephants: A Novel

    Sara Gruen: Water for Elephants: A Novel
    This captivating novel about train-traveling circus folk somehow complements my own current existence, as I swoosh across Japan and marvel at this foreign world. I mean, there are no elephants, freaks, or hobos around here. But somehow Asia feels like the perfect place to read a magical love story about another world to which I'm an outsider.

Static.


Be Cool.

  • Copyright.
    All the images on this site are the copyright of the photographer, Meredith Montague, unless otherwise noted. Please do not take these images for your own uses without asking permission first. Follow the law. Be cool.