Little Friday inspiration to send you on your way this weekend. Enjoy!
“I know the world is filled with troubles and many injustices. But reality is as beautiful as it is ugly. I think it is just as important to sing about beautiful mornings as it is to talk about slums. I just couldn’t write anything without hope in it.”
– Oscar Hammerstein II
“I just couldn’t write anything without hope in it.” – Love this! You find gems! If you don’t mind, I might borrow a quote here and there to post on my site. Speaking of – check this one out:
Love this photo and quote. Thank you.
Thanks, glad you liked. I’ve been really enjoying your site as well.
A lovely quote! So glad that you found my postings from Southeast Asia so that I could in turn discover your site.
Thank you Tricia! And your photos are captivating. I’m looking forward to reading more!
I love both the picture and the quote! I would also like to thank you for liking my poem. Random question, what was your favorite play of the last year? I’m a bit of a theater buff myself.
Thanks for stopping by! And in terms of shows I most enjoyed seeing in the LA theatre scene this past year, I have two that stand out: a fantastic production of Paradise Park by Charles L. Mee and The Method Gun by Austin-based theatre troup the Rude Mechs. Plays that are on my short-list but haven’t gotten the chance to see yet include War House, The Normal Heart and Sons of the Prophet. You?
I have been guilty of writing off Mr. Hammerstein as corny, but he is pretty right on here.
He’s not all cowhands and singing nuns (shocker I know). Thanks for sharing your thoughts! See you soon.