Thursday, March 17, 2005

Where They Live ...

    

  I've poured over books and I've reread the play. I've searched through most interesting websites and made some new friends along the way.

     I've watched the movie with Everett, Tucci, Flockhart and Kline and bought a copy of the ballet choreographed by Balanchine, that I've already watched several times.

      I've opened so many e-mails that you've sent me with links to gorgeous fairy art and kind words of advice on where I should start.

     But really I just wanted to go where they are and to see where they live. I wanted to hear what their accents sound like and listen to the music that they play.

     I wanted to try out their foods and to sample their grog, but mostly I just wanted ... to take lot's of photos!  

     Okay I'll stop now, Dr. Seuss I am not, but recently I did get an up close and personal look at life in the 16th century ...  anyone want to see?

                                       *** Coy ***

13 comments:

suzypwr said...

Yes!
xoxo

lindainspokane said...

i would love to hear more and to see lots more pictures...so please dont stop!

linda
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judypearllove said...

can't wait keep them coming. my daughter who is in professional ballet hasn't seen midsummer night's dream so I'm going to surprise her with it for her birthday

cneinhorn said...

yes, of coarse I want to see!  and now on top of it, you have me wanting to learn more about this midsummers night dream :-)

~JerseyGirl
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sanforized6 said...

you are such a tease. i'm eating a banana, so i can't type right. bring it on. rich

indigosunmoon said...

yes yes yes!!!  I wanna see!
Connie

rivercitygirl1 said...

Yes please!!  More, more.  :)
Tami

ryanagi said...

Me too!

jouell3935 said...

I love the experience...share share...I have always been enthralled with medieval times....music, art, books...love your journal!! I will be back!!!
Jodi
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luvmort said...

Ah yes, no medical care, no dental care, the black plague, interminable transportation issues, animals that need to be washed, fed, and cleaned up after, wars up close and personal with the hacking of limbs, no (or little) running water or sewerage, no toilet paper or feminine products, no bathing, serfdom for most of the population, being put to death for the wrong religion. Ah, yes, the 16th century. You can have it.  

sonensmilinmon said...

Share the pictures, of course we want to see! :-)

Monica
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http://journals.aol.com/photographybymon/Mamarazzi/

geminiwilder said...

i'd like to see. sounds innnnteresting....

lamove04 said...

I love Mort's point of view, lol...  Anyway, I feel like a Fairy looking at the pic on the right!  ;-) Albert