The Coloring Book: Mondays…

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Photo Source: Cerise Doucede

Good morning, Wonderists!  I hope you had a great weekend!  I spent mine rediscovering the series “The West Wing” (and, incidentally, my college crush on Josh Lyman…er…Bradley Whitford).  If we’re going to talk facts and figures (and Aaron Sorkin would want me to, I assure you), I cried 4 times in the first 7 episodes my 2nd time around – a record matched only by the Izzie/Denny season of Grey’s Anatomy.  (I’m embarrassing myself here, aren’t I?)

After spending most of Sunday swimming in political dialogue as relevant in 2013 as it was in 1999, I’m feeling a bit at sea this morning.  I’d say, this photo of a woman lost in thought just about sums up my current attention deficit.

One in a series of photos meant to capture her subjects in the act of daydreaming, desiring and doubting (I did all three before breakfast), the French artist (tender-aged, 20-something Cerise Doucede), beautifully suspends everyday realities on the verge of fantasy – on strings, but as if in amber.

Here is another of my favorites – this one has a particular Monday vibe, don’t you think?

Tell me – what would your favorite suspended reality be?

Breakfast in bed anyone?

Just shoot me.

When clothes attack!

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