Wednesday, November 6, 2013

new web site

happy singing in blogland!
 borrowing aimee's heart to say
happy new website to the amazing
susan byrd
who is over at the byrd's nest
i'm not sure if sue knows that i have
rather a thing for birds' nests
but her new book is on the market
and i'm waiting for my copy to arrive.
 this made me a little nostalgic…
 and i pulled out some photos
of my first shifu book
spring walk
 a list of sights seen
on my frequent walks
around my old farm
i think this one is special
and have used it many times
to talk about how a book can come together
in a way that is just right.
spring walk. 
2009
autumn evening (right now)
2013.
~~~

14 comments:

Judy Martin said...

bobolink
cranesbill

beautiful
xx

Fiona Dempster said...

oooh I love your first shifu book - precious. Sometimes a book just appears and is right - and you somewhat surprised that you were involved in making it! It looks like a darlin'

Barry said...

V- love the bird nest collection - tends to be a bit of a thing in our household also; and the shift book is a precious piece. B

Gardener in the Distance said...

exquisite, Velma

Velma Bolyard said...

judy, i love those words, too
fiona, yes! that's it exactly.
barry, why do we like them so much, do you think?
faisal, well, thanks!

Christine said...

Super nice new "look". Those pages and the little book are lust-worthy.

Velma Bolyard said...

thanks, christine, from time to time i change the background color here…

Velma Bolyard said...

thanks, christine, from time to time i change the background color here…

Alice said...

The 2009 book still lovely spring or fall

Velma Bolyard said...

hey, thanks, alice, it still makes me happy.

therese said...

wow....i remember your precious book from Long Ridge !! ...& just rec'd an e-mail notice that a song is on its way to me..... ! YAY ! ..... your review is tantalizing on LP ~

Velma Bolyard said...

therese, lots of songs in the ethers this fall! it's so grand that it will be in our hands soon.

jude said...

love that you can see through the pages of your little book. like many windows.

Velma Bolyard said...

jude,i know how you like "through", and am glad you mentioned the seeing through. i never saw it--till now.

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