Friday, October 1, 2010

Tarvis Eillington was tired of conforming...








I think this set of pictures pretty much says it all. Anyone who catches the significance of the title of this particular posts gets a heaping lot of points in the "how well do you know Sarah" contest of life. I'd love to get your guesses. The pictures actually serve as a very large hint. Although if there were 9 photos it might help to pin things down a bit more.
These lovely trees inspire a rather fairytailishness in me. Okay, so I doubt that anyone is going to accept that as a proper word, but the drift is pretty easy to catch. They're both growing in a park not far from where I'm currently living. They're the sort of tree I need to develop the words to describe. They would definitely fit in well with the book I'm currently trying to knit together in my mind. It's too bad we never crochet things together in our minds. It would be a lot easier for me personally.
Some days I rather enjoy being obscure. It suits me as I am one not generally easy to categorize. I was talking to my mother today and we both agreed that my life stage continues to defy the gravity of the silly age my birth certificate demands that I claim. Perhaps that is why I have yet to decide the mastering cooking is something I should already have attained. (sigh)
Well, since pictures are worth a thousand words I'm already pretty set with this post so I'll leave it at this for now...

3 comments:

Janet said...

Fairytalish counts, but not in Lexulous or Scrabble. I really like the twisted tree.

Lisa said...

Beautiful pics!

Transient Drifter said...

I've always been rather a fan of wordsmithery after all :)