Friday, August 10, 2012

Fabulous Friday Fotos...

[East Corridor, First Floor. Mosaic in domed lobby at head of stairway leading to ground floor, with quotation "Knowledge is power." Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.] (LOC)

What a great picture...knowledge is definitely power and a library is a wonderful place to find such power! I've found so many great pictures over at the Library of Congress photo site and now they've added shots of the building itself...gorgeous!

Here's another I really like...

[Great Hall. View of first and second floors, with Minerva mosaic in background. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.] (LOC)

Can you see yourself decked to the nines in your fancy antique ballgown strolling across the marble floors and through the lovely white columns?

And finally, for the water lover inside me...

[Exterior view. Neptune Fountain by Roland Hinton Perry. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.] (LOC)

Barefoot, skirt held at my knees, splashing in the fountain. A perfect way to enjoy an warm, sunny day!

Check out the Library of Congress pics here...

Monday, August 6, 2012

Monday Muse...

Monday greetings from the Muse and I.  We're gearing up to take part in the Love's a Beach blog hop over on our Shapeshifterseductions blog next week.  Miz Muse and I are still searching for a topic that involves water, sand and sex!  Yes, we're having some very lovely daydreams.  hehe

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Wicked Wednesday

I'm thinking this is more a wonderfully wicked Wednesday graphic.  This couple sparks my muse into action...

Mistress Penelope didn't normally put herself in the submissive position. However, in moments like this with her Penquino tying her to him while calling the shots and her sweet, silky mink promising a ticklish delight of sensations to come...she was their willing prisoner.

A Day in the Life of Serena 
Song of the DayNot much for music right now with the Olympics on...hehe, I've been watching them every chance I get.  :)

Currently Reading:  If I Should Die by Allison Brennan

Currently Writing:  Continued ideas for my dragon story in Talbot's Peak.  Editing:  The Submission
Quote of the DayA smile is the chosen vehicle of all ambiguities.
Herman Melville

The author of Moby-Dick was born on this day in 1819.