And I keep showing up.Thanks for this Sarah... something to think about.D
Brilliant and really affecting. Thanks for posting, Sarah. Love the idea of dragging poems backwards...Nik
Great images, weren't there? BUt I think the comments are almost as interesting - always thought provoking when people take such opposing views.
Superb - something else I think I shall have to borrow from your blog - I might as well call Planting Words 'Stuff that Sarah Salway found first' ;)
Well, you've done it again, shown me a glimpse of something I've always wanted but didn't know was really there. I remember desperately not wanting to like "Eat, Pray..." and loving it nonetheless. Now that I've heard her speak, there are some questions: (1) did she write this and memorize it? How could she speak so fluently without having done it all a million times before, yet it seems she's talking off the top of her head? (2) Would she be my friend? (3) How do I stop feeling jealous that her "genius" hasn't shown up in some corner of my office yet?" I was going to blog this week about Eliz Baines and the idea of stealing ideas anyway. I hope you don't mind if I steal this from you....xo
Borrow away both of you ... it's what we're all doing here! xxI wondered about the memory bit too, Sue. It doesn't seem as if she has an autocue, but not even a glimpse of a note. Cor.
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