I love the quote! Very deep. I always tell The Hub, "I think you're thinking you know what I'm thinking." Not very deep, LOL Have a great day.Liz
Those prices of desserts... is that one piece or quantity?Yes, good quote. Rose colored glasses have been around a very long time :-)Have a great day!
Hey, I've eaten at Jane's on the Common -- great place, great food! And I love William Blake too. He was 200 years before his time, the poor bastard.
Jim, I'm reading, and thinking, but just can't think of a thing to say that doesn't sound pretentious. Thanks for the brain exercise.
I love it too. And Blake wrote one of my favorites as well: To see a World in a Grain of Sand and Heaven in a Wild Flower.....etc.--Inger
~ a good one to chew on . . . :-D
I love his work too. Poe and Whitman are two others I adore. Do you find sea glass along the shore. I love the feel of it. Good Days,Mal
not sure about the quote.. but would love a "jane's" near me!!!!
i too love robert blake.. specially the poem about the "grain of sand"..
Good thought, but I have a bigger problem with what "seems to be" going on with those desserts--They all sound wonderful and I'm sure worth every penny!! :-))
The quote is very nice. But now I'm craving warm gingerbread with rum sauce. Forgive me for being so shallow, but did you have dessert?
I was hoping someone would ask! Yes, I had dessert.....the gingerbread with rum sauce!!!! So good, Terry.That price is for a slice Sharon. Yes, a little pricey we thought too!
I'd like to try the Citrus Poached Pear!"What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" Dr. Robert Schuller
I have never heard that qoute before. That is a very good one. Some deep thought going on! :)
I will ponder that for a while.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.