November 13, 2008

the letter P ~ painting, peonies, puppets . . .

i love shapes, sounds, words, letters
to say, to hear, to touch, to read
i find letters everywhere, see my pebble P
peace, painting, peonies, pre-raphaelite, paella
pegasus, pajamas, photography, plums, puddings
potters wheels, packages, puppets
words can paint such delicious pictures cant they . . .
what favourite p things do you love x

9 comments:

  1. I know what you mean about words......I just love the taste words make in my mouth when i say them...so yummy and the rhythms and the sounds...delicious....there are a lot of Maori place names here that have that yummy taste but I don't know how to spell them.....have an excellent day.

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  2. Primroses,peacocks,peaches,pink petals and pistachios.
    x

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  3. Hi Ruthie,
    Good afternoon form a lovely, sunny Kirkcudbright! It's such a small at times, isn't it? Thanks so much for 'popping across'!
    Thanks, as well, for your lovely comments about my little blog - I've never done anything like this before, and I'm a real technophobe, so this is a real achievement, and it's great to get encouragement.
    I absolutely love the title of your blog, and totally agree with these oh so very precious things, they are most important.

    Hmmm, I am going to think about my most precious P things, and post in a bit (Have to go to CD shopping!) But to start, my wonderful Partner, and my beloved Pussycats, ha ha!
    bye for now,
    Liz x
    PS
    I met Jackie in 1980 (Oh my goodness!) when we were little baby foundation students. She is the most wonderful, remarkable person, and I am not surprised she has become so successful, as she was always brilliant, as well as single-minded, determined and totally committed to her art.
    It's so exciting to have reconnected with her in "Blogland'!

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  4. It would have to be 'Pip Pip's', this is our family name for slippers, because when my niece was a tiny little girl she couldn't say slippers and they became 'pip pip's'. xx

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  5. Hello Ruthie, glad you got the books :)
    My favourite P word is Phantasmagoria :)
    Wonder if it's raining there like it is here...
    Cheerio :)

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  6. Painting, planting, perambulating, and pcooking (the p is silent.)

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  7. thank you all for your lovely comments, it intrigues me to know what a particular letter, word or image conjures in others as we all have such a different perception of this amazing world in which we live, i may just have to do this again!! *ruthie*

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