After another delicious pizza (the same as a few weeks ago, but this time I restrained myself to three small pieces) we're at a free music festival in Ephrata called Basin Summer sounds. The main attraction is Smashmouth, I think they're playing at 9. (But they've had other bands playing earlier.) Luckily the trees and the courthouse keep our seats (folding metal chairs) in the shade. It'll probably get cooler later too, hence the jean jacket (I just put it on for the picture, I'm back in bare arms now). We're about to hear from the Patrick Lamb band now. Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T
But now my task is smoothly done, I can fly, or I can run Quickly to the green earth’s end, . . . And from thence can soar as soon To the corners of the moon. Mortals that would follow me, Love virtue, she alone is free. John Milton
Avid antique shopper and garden lover, runner, walker, skier, and yoga & pilates devotee. Frequent traveller to England. Voracious reader of literary fiction, travel memoirs, self-help books, mysteries, garden & decorating books, and a wide variety of magazines (Runner's World, Oprah, Prevention, More, Glamour, as well as stacks of gossip mags while at the Y). I also have a weakness for contemporary Brit-lit (Bridget Jones and sistren) and sweeping English sagas (e.g. Rosamunde Pilcher novels). English major in my former life. I love sweet peas, David Austin English roses, old houses, antique silver, china and glassware, the Cotswolds, chocolate, scones with jam & clotted cream, and Jane Austen novels. When I grow up (or in my next life) I would like to own a tea room and antiques shop, but for now I just visit as many as I can.