I knew you guys would come through! It's so great that with just the mention of trouble finding the right visuals of fairies, hobgoblins and sprite's, so many of you responded with words of direction and advice ... what great friends I've found here!
BTW ... Ryanagi, thanks for the links! Lifewrites, was that a double dare I heard from you? Suzypwr, have you checked with Hairball yet?
I must say that it comes as no surprise to me to hear so many of you comment on how books, old and new call to you and how you get your own amazing visuals from the written word ... I do so wish that I was more like that. I will make a conscious effort to listen closer to see if the tattered old ones call to me.
BTW ... I did check out the little book photographed in the previous entry, yep, the one with the little dog-eared yellow pages and teeny tiny little print. I love the story (as always), however ... I am still on the hunt for the perfect visuals.
I met a friend at Barnes and Noble after work last night, it might have been a great opportunity to continue my quest for A Mid Summer Night's Dream if we had not spent the entire evening in constant chatter at the bookstores coffee shop! Disappointed? Not on your life ... first things first you know!
Amidst the chatter we did take a little time to check out a book called Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcom Gladwell. The book is about slicing the thought process and relying more on our own instant intuitions when reacting to a new idea, reading a stranger or recognizing danger.
I didn't buy the book last night but think that maybe I should have. Ahhh ... an excuse to go back to one of my favorite places. I love Barnes and Noble, especially in the company of a close friend.
More about Shakespear's much loved fairy tail and why the sudden interest next time.
Happy Monday all!
*** Coy ***