Sweeter Than Honey to my Mouth


My goal recently is to take up reading again. I was such an avid reader when I was younger, then when English teachers started to require reading, it wasn’t so much fun anymore. Now that I’m out of school, and don’t have any literary requirements, it’s starting to be fun again! I’ve started reading a few books here and there, mostly the ones that are recommended from the book club I’m in.

Just a few weeks ago, I picked up the book “The Secret Life of Bees” by Sue Monk Kidd. I’d heard loads of good things about the book, so I thought I’d give it a try. I really, really enjoyed it!! It was just a good solid book, well written, not too flashy, and not too boring. It was fabulous. Anyway, I came across this picture online, and it reminded me of the book. Maybe because there are bees in it. Anyway, this artist, Tom├ís Gabzdil Libertiny (what a mouthful!) makes forms for the bees to make the honey comb around, making these gorgeous sculptures! Thought it was pretty darn cool. The photography (by Raoul Kramer) is pretty rad, too.


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    1. Eryn says:

      Congrats on 3rd!! Don’t blow the 300 all in one place. Cute dress today at church. That had to be another Melissa E origional.

    2. mo says:

      that looks so yummy! let me know if you find a good whole wheat recipe..my bread always turns out terribly yeasty too!

    3. Liesl says:

      I’ve just come to you via Brooke, who mentioned the crib over the phone last night. lovely! And I love your sewing, photography, etc. My goodness, what a talented family you all are! I’m dearly in love with Brooke and thoroughly enjoy working with her. Cheers!

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