Here he is singing, You're The Top.
I have been sitting here all morning with a cup of tea and reading this little treasure. It's like reading letters from a friend. It is truly amazing to read about what Susan was doing in 1995. In her writings she talks about new books that she is working on, and what fun I already have many of them on my bookshelves. You can get your copy here. Inside the first page reads:
"Always serve letters with
a cup of tea and a footstool"
And that is exactly what I decided to do this morning. I have always been a master at changing the channel. When I am feeling sad, worried or homesick, I write a letter. Something that I did constantly when I lived in Hong Kong.
So, lessons learned made me create some pretty cards today for friends and family back home.
Writing letters is sometimes a bit overwhelming, and seems to be the thing we most procrastinate about. So, I slipped some lovely papers inside some blank notecards and was able to write a few words.
Another lovely quote found in Willards:
"To send a letter is
a good way to go
moving anything but
I have links to Hydrangea writing papers.