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The best friends to spend a rainy day with.
05-JAN-2014 Marisa

The best friends to spend a rainy day with.

I had created this slightly unconventional space in my PBase pages, because I wanted to concentrate here two of my passions, photography and writing. Later I have enjoyed myself building up other personal spaces, relatively secluded, since there is not any large and well lit-up road leading there. I leave bread crumbles over side paths for the few ones who would consider amusing to find their way. It means that I keep on writing, of course, but I do it in a different place. I don't think what I have to say might be of any importance, but at least I have tried to make the place cosy, advertising-free and hopefully relaxing.
I write little stories about other peoples, I try to put my own thoughts together, I invent silent conversations with my two or three visitors and I share occasionally some inspiration I have found in good books.
It's because books remain my great passion in absolute think I could live without a camera (it would be sad, but I could), but it's unconceivable for me living without books.
Oscar Wilde once said that if one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all. I donít think it could be said in any better way.
Books are my friends, my companions. They make me laugh and cry and find meaning in life.
If anyone would feel a little curiosity for the books I love and the novels I try to write, there is always the chance to click on the small pictures here, to be redirected to my two specific websites.
After this shameful self-promotion, I suppose it's better go back to the side of the scene and to find shelter in a comfortable armchair, with a side table covered with books, of course.

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Linda Johansson06-Jan-2014 12:54
What would life be without books, empty and meaningless! V
Michaval06-Jan-2014 12:06
Interesante. Muy bien captada la nostalgia de un día de lluvia. V
larose forest photos05-Jan-2014 21:05
I could not live without books. I share your sentiments entirely. I see some familiar authors and titles in your collection above. Beautifully photographed still life, inviting and cosy. V
Judi Hastings05-Jan-2014 19:23
I also love to read! I'm about open to anything. I find when I have a book that is hard to read at home, I take it to work and tackle it during lunch. Because I know there I have nothing else to read, I'm more likely to give it a chance. I've gotten thru some good books at work, that I don't think I would have read at home. Silly tho it may seem, it works. And to me...sometimes there is nothing better than sitting down with a good book and relaxing.
Martin Lamoon05-Jan-2014 19:18
The fascination of books, just right for winter months indoors and under a shady tree in summer!
Like the view of the chateau out of the window.
Bill Miller05-Jan-2014 19:05
Very good, and I love that view out of your window to the old church.
Jim Coffman05-Jan-2014 16:32
You are a multi talented lady!!