I look forward to Mondays so I can read Calogrenant, I love that first panel
First, I want to thank you and express my appreciation for your bringing thoughts, ideas, and knowledge about words and literature into this story. So many new things I have become aware of.Second, the Lady of Shallot symbolizes the struggle so many people face in their daily lives; a struggle and a fear and, yes, a curse that is all too common, I think, in the lives of people who have transitioned in some way or other.Waterhouse's painting is certain to appear as a cover photo on my FB page.
Thank you both.
let me try this again...You know I love it when you Preraphaelite all over the loch!
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