books between cultures for young readers
Wow, those are amazing! I would love to see all that in persons...
Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing!! Walden Pond?
Oh. My. Goodness...words fail me. I miss those colors so much!! Thank you for the beautiful pictures!
Walden Pond it is! Trying to delight in the outdoors as much as possible these days as I don't do the snowshoe/ski/freezing thing very well.
Now I'm tempted to dig out the pictures I took when I was there last year. (Although yours are much prettier, with all the leaves changing!)(Side note: The day I visited Walden was just after the end of Lehman Brothers and the huge stock market decline, and I was too much of a news junkie to give up my updates. So I walked around the pond checking Twitter and news sites - and imagining what Thoreau must think of me.)
Oh darn. Jama beat me to it. I was so proud of myself for connecting pond/famous pond/Concord/something about a college in Doonesbury, oh yeah, Thoreau!
Dear Mitali,Just stumbled over to your fire escape and now your blog. What a delightful place...wish I'd seen it sooner. Loved your intro and your three "R's" to getting published. Don't know if I'll ever get used to the third one but it's good to know I'm not alone!Best wishes,Mahtab
I can't believe it! I've been reading Walden all year! I was in Concord last fall, but we did Orchard House instead of Walden. I have to get back there.