Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Bliss - Coffee & A Good Book



16 comments:

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Oh, yes. I couldn't agree more.

marie said...

exactly:)
nice to see you back here!
hope you're well xx

Anonymous said...

oh, pamuk <3

i'm glad you're blogging again. :-)

greetings,
sandy

donna baker said...

Istanbul, birds and Madeleine - I love them all. Isn't non-fiction incredible? It's 10pm and that coffee makes me want to go and get one.

Laura in Paris said...

Very true!

karina Manghi said...

Te extrañaba!!!!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Substitute green tea for me....nice to see you back :)

Giulia said...

Agreed, cara M-L.

ciao

Mary-Laure said...

DONNA - yes, I love non fiction. You always learn so much!

Solange said...

coffee and books: great combination, and what a luxury it sometimes is to just give in to the feeling of doing nothing but read and sip.... :-)
glad you are back by the way!!

patti said...

Did you make all those yummies?

Mary-Laure said...

PATTI - oh no, I didn't! I love making scones, as my grandma shared with me a FABULOUS recipe given to her by an English lady, but I don't bake much these days. I had those scones at Huckleberry in Santa Monica, CA.

Anonymous said...

your Bliss post makes we want to go sit at a coffee shop and read. very pretty.

Arlene said...

Where have you been?! So great to "hear" from you again. Beautiful photos and wonderful reads.

Mary-Laure said...

ARLENE - I'm happy I'm back too.

Alya said...

Have you read Orhan Pamuk's My Name is Red? It is a wonderful read.

I've also read Snow, but did not like it so much.