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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Artful Life

With beauty imperfect and uncontrolled; this is how I want to spend my weekend.

13 comments:

Cafe Observer said...

Ok, P. But it sure feels like we're supposed to fill in the blanks for your imperfectly uncontrolled weekend.
With a good book, friend, food & drink; that's how I would add to your weekend.

Oh, plus toss in an old-fashioned newspaper & radio. I'm old enuf to remember what those are.

But, maybe my additions to your weekend wood bee 2 overwhelming for you.

Dina said...

Looks like a perfect way.

Italo said...

Petrea, Miss Burchard :), I wish you a perfect imperfect week end. I maybe will do the same, need it.

flyingstars said...

nice capture!

Shell Sherree said...

Does this mean you're getting up close and personal with your tomato plant this weekend, Petrea? Whatever you do, I wish you much bliss!

Virginia said...

Beautiful vignette. Bonne (bon?) weekend!

altadenahiker said...

What are you doing with Boz's bed?

Margaret said...

Imperfect and uncontrolled I can definitely do.

West Coast Grrlie Blather said...

This post must have been inspired by a dirty martini.

Petrea said...

You don't have to fill in any blanks for me, Cafe. I'm going to leave my blanks blank. Sounds like you've got some good ideas for your weekend, too.

I hope you get a break this weekend, Dina.

Signor Calcagni--Italo, I prefer Italo, it's friendlier--tell us on your blog what you do this weekend.

Thank you, flyingstars. Welcome!

Thanks for the reminder, Shell. Better do that.

Virginia, do I get to choose whether my weekend is masculine or feminine?

Hiker, I think that pillow belongs to a kitty. Boz would shun it. Cats are the only things he objects to except flies.

Hahahahaha, Margaret!

WCGB, you must have the inside scoop.

Desiree said...

Love it--

Ms M said...

Sounds great -- let the good times flow...

Bellis said...

I thought your lovely phrase "Beauty imperfect and uncontrolled" must come from a famous poem, but when I googled it, most of the hits referred back to your posting today, Petrea. May I engrave it at the entrance to my garden?