with the snow falling outside like little cotton balls, i got all nostalgic and thought it was a great day for some inspiration in the form of words.
the first one that came to mind was this:
which is true if you think about it. just last night while coming home exhausted, with the train going as slow as it possibly could, i had a short conversation with a young man who in reality was a bit like he popped out of a story book. he was reading in russian which is what caught my attention and it turned out was studying there as well. my point however, is that there are so many interesting people places and things out there. is there even time to feel bored?
on the subject of books - i am smitten with this illustration because a. it is beautifully drawn b. it teaches a cool word (we love words) and c. it is exactly what i wish i was doing right now.

sometimes i think that if i could read for a living, that would be exactly my life.

what is the weather like there?



Sel said...

I love things like this! I post inspiration pictures all the time to my twitter because they're my favorite thing!

Love it!


Tiffany said...

Sel I am so glad you enjoyed it! will try to do more of these :)

Angelina Stroumpouli said...

I love this kind of photos, they are so inspiring! I can see myself in the second photo!

Lots of kisses
Angelina - http://www.just-angelina.com/

CM said...

I agree with the first quote! Nice post, dear! (:
Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog!


Beauty Follower said...

Ε καμια φορά βαριομαστε... αλλα δεν το λέμε χα χα!
ΠΟλυ μου αρεσει το σκιτσάκι.. γιατι θα θελα να μου με ενα βιλβιο διπλα στο παραθυρο και να πέφτει χιόνι. Σημερα ειχαμε ηλιο οποτε πάει το όνειρο.


Tania said...

Librocubicularist is such a cool word, who would've thought that there was a word for that? I do ALL my reading in bed (and most of my web browsing too!) so I guess that makes me exclusively a librocubicularist!

xo freshfizzle

Tiffany said...

i love that word too!