through sea, land or air...he would be a fool not to answer...smiles.
And quite an invite.
"She is ready." And Barkis is willing... :-)
... irresistible, the combination of Dickens and Wyeth!!
Phew.... I bet he didn't know which way to go at that promise...LOLThanks for the smile :)
I noticied the stars, too (but didn't write about them). This is great, Helen.
Love your addition of Helga here...very nice...
Yes, very nice and I too wondered about the stars but you saw the signal, clever girl.
Well done, Helen. I love Andrew Wyeth's art.XO,Jane
That's a story in pictures, if ever I saw one! Clever collage...
wonderful and satisfying, especially with the lovely pictures you giftedus with.
Wow ... I love it :-)
you are a star here Helen! I love the inclusion of Helga!
Beautiful..a Wyeth collage of words and vision!
Lovely, Helen! :)
Oh my you just had to bring in the 'other' woman! great, thanks.
:) loved it.. and love how you got in more art and merged it all so beautifully.
Excellent. No more is needed.
She certainly looks ready :) I like the photomontage you created.
Lucky guy! I guess his stars were aligned!
Not only ready....But willing and able!!
I really like this, and with the added artwork, it really works. Even the shape of the font and the color adds to the effect.So cool.=)
I love this poem and I LOVE this blog :)
Suddenly, I see a whole afternoon instead of a single moment. This must be the one I have enjoyed the most Helen...
Absolutely- and she better quick grab one of them to wear! hahahahaha
Helen, this is so perfect! I love the way your mind works. This was a fun video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6Rks459q6s
Love your colage of words and pictures Helen!
Lovely to see the ghost and mrs muir finally cnsummatng their union '!
Dreamy write. Lovely.Anna :o]
Very funny and clever additions to the prompt! sometimes I guess it's good to have choices!
Nice work and witty, too!