Yesterday my dear sister Sadie styled my hair like Lady Edith Crawley from Downton Abbey, and I thought I would post the pictures I took of it since it turned out so very nicely.
|This is the back. (Yes, thank you Mary.)|
We're watching the 2nd season of Downton Abbey again, because my sister Molly missed a lot of it the first time we watched it. Oh my goodness, it is so good!!! : ) I think I almost forgot how amazing it is. The 2nd season is by FAR my favourite of the three so far. And I'm not really counting on liking the 4th one that much, because, well.....I can't even say it! Downton Abbey admirers will know what I'm talking about.
The other day, Sadie and I went to a library book sale, and we got a bit carried away. : p This is what the bookshelf in our room looks like now. Some of these books are ones that we already had, but most of the books on this shelf we just bought. Sadie found a book about the battle of Trafalgar, which is on the end on the left, and Lieutenant Hornblower, the second book in the Hornblower series. I found a book of Tennyson's poetry, which is the big blue one right next to The Scarlet Pimpernel. It has The Lady of Shallott in it, which is not in any of my other poetry books, so I am glad to now have a copy of that. And I think we all know why I wanted a copy of this particular poem. : P
Willows whiten, aspens quiver
Little breezes dusk and shiver
Thro' the wave that runs forever
By the island in the river
Flowing down to Camelot.
The entire poem is super long, almost four pages, but I hope to memorize it soon. : )
This afternoon I went down to the bridge to do some writing, and I took some pictures with the self-timer on my camera (those things are so handy!)
Of course, we all know and love her as Barbara Spooner in Amazing Grace...
Heehee, I'm just kidding. You can stay, we won't hold it against you. : P
|As the lovely Kate Nickleby|
|As Gwendolen Harleth|