A Cup of Coffee and a book (8)

The sun was shining bright outside, so the book is looking a little washed out….but it provides memories of a most interesting exhibition

Linked to Isolation Project at Jeff Sinon’s here


  1. A great book title, Sue. Now I know to tell myself on a bad day that I’m just suffering the “crisis of brilliance”!!
    Enjoy your coffee x

  2. containment is good that we can spend a lot more time reading

  3. And I can provide the cake, Sue 🙂 🙂 Or cheese and biscuits. Now , don’t be greedy and say both! Happy April Fool’s Day…

  4. A good diversion of the theme… Refreshes yout memories of great days out.

  5. Nice poppy cup and tablecloth, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. I’ve started Dr.Faust by Thomas Mann… this one elude me for some time, and what better time than this…

  7. Poppy cup and poppy cloth and another interesting book. A crisis of brilliance! So apt!

  8. But not a crisis in color coordination. I don’t want this series to end.

  9. Perfect coordination. You obviously have an amazing supply of resources – and you can equally obviously find the ones you want. May the timing of our next conversation emulate this level of organisation on both sides of the world.

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