House of Charm

“She had a passionate longing for the garden, the darkness, the pure sky, the stars.”
—  Anton Chekhov, “After the Theatre”

“In the end
these things matter most:
How well did you love?
How fully did you live?
How deeply did you let go?”
—  Buddha

Chelini Furniture from Florence Italy

by geldenkirchen on Flickr.

“What if I never love anyone the way I loved him?“ I asked the space. 
“You won’t,” it replied. “You never love the same way twice.”
—  S.Z. ,  Excerpt from a book I’ll never write

Sir John Lavery: Eileen, Her First Communion, 1901.

Brocket Hall ~ England

Dorothy, feathered hat, coffee, Rome, 1962

Dorothy McGowan in Christian Dior

 photo William Klein

Chelini Furniture from Florence Italy



“I have built, deep in my heart, a chapel filled with you.”
— Marcel Proust, in a letter to Anatole France, from Selected Letters: 1880-1903


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