Saturday, December 11, 2010

Sylvia Browne to Peterson's Magazine ~ 1857

It's been a long time since I've posted on my blog, for I've been so very busy, and we also just returned from a few days in Lincoln City, Oregon at the coast where the ocean was hauntingly beautiful. Beautiful this time for me is inclement and stormy! This morning I saw many seals frolicking in the water. Our room was way up high, and it looked as though the surf were almost touching the bottom of the cliff from where we viewed it.

Our primary purpose for going to Lincoln City was to see Sylvia Browne at the Chinook Winds Casino. Sylvia is totally fabulous and I have admired her for years. It was a levitating experience being in the same room as that incredible psychic.

We went antiquing throughout the town and found many wonderful treasures, but my favorite was the big book of Peterson's Magazine from 1857. Here is just one beautiful picture from my new book. Look at the picture on the wall. Could it be of a sketch of a woman, or is it supposed to be a lady in a mirror? I think probably a sketch, yes?

1 comment:

Donna Pizzi said...

I'd love to hear more details about the Sylvia Browne event. I thought the woman in the frame was an artist's view of a woman and rather than a sketch, something that had faded, like a memory. We, too, were at the beach yesterday, way up near Aberdeen, Pacific Beach, shooting a cool cottage, and miraculously, the SUN CAME OUT... which was good, because it was supposed to be a summer shoot! Miraculous week all around. Hugs, D