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UN ROMANCE CON LA SOMBRA CONNIE ZWEIG PDF

En la única novela de Oscar Wilde,’El retrato de Dorian Gray’, el personaje principal, Dorian, un joven hermoso y vanidoso que vive en la Inglaterra del siglo XIX UN ROMANCE CON EL AGUA A ROMANCE WITH THE WATER SPANISH EDITION PDF UN ROMANCE CON EL AGUA A ROMANCE WITH THE WATER Libro Un romance con la sombra Connie Zweig para Tener un romance con la Sombra y aprender a leer los mensajes que codifica De “Romancing the Shadow” por Connie Zweig, PhD, y Steve Wolf, PhD. 199 more words

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Violet Mints

As kids, my three sisters and I were briefly obsessed with these violet-flavored mints sold at our local European import store. While the taste was unimpressive, the color and packaging were just irresistible. 356 more words

WIPs

Finished Object: Zweig

Also known as the sweater that was a little tighter than I planned.

This sweater is an hommage to my Minnesotan childhood winters.  The natural white mimics a blanket of snow and the tonal blue reminds me of a the blue skies that can only happen on the coldest days. 250 more words

My Handmade Wardrobe

Stefan Zweig

If you’ve been tuned in here for the last few weeks, you know that I have just finished reading Stefan Zweig’s book, The World of Yesterday.  197 more words

Poetry

New Chapter

Here is another first draft of a chapter in the novel I’m working on.  The scene below takes place in a castle in Bavaria in about 1910, about four years before the outbreak of World War I which devastated the Austrian Empire.  748 more words
Poetry

In Progress: Christmas Break Knitting

Yay Christmas Break! This break is all about making: knitting and sewing the days away – endless hours of craft time. We’re spending Christmas, and three weeks of the break, with my in-laws, who have an entire empty basement space waiting to be transformed into my personal crafting dungeon. 382 more words

My Handmade Wardrobe

EUROPE ON THE CUSP OF 2018

By Eugène de Savoie

There is a magical quality about Christmas. Given the momentousness that the birth of Jesus Christ had for the Christian canon, perhaps it can’t be otherwise; but as I sit at home, enjoying the subdued glitter of the Christmas tree and the euphonious sentimentality of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, I can’t help but feel that I am immersed in a wintry fairy tale. 1,500 more words