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- (lovingly) fondly: with fondness; with love; "she spoke to her children fondly"
- (lovingness) affectionateness: a quality proceeding from feelings of affection or love
- Feeling or showing love or great care
- shadow: cast a shadow over
- Screen from direct light
- Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
- represent the effect of shade or shadow on
- Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
- relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
- A rounded underground storage organ present in some plants, notably those of the lily family, consisting of a short stem surrounded by fleshy scale leaves or leaf bases and resting over winter
- (bulb) a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end); "the bulb of a syringe"
- A plant grown from an organ of this kind
- light bulb: electric lamp consisting of a transparent or translucent glass housing containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated by electricity
- A similar underground organ such as a corm or a rhizome
- (bulb) a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure
Loving (Bailey Flanigan Series)
The answers Bailey Flanigan once longed and prayed for are finally becoming clear. In Loving, the fourth and final book in the Bailey Flanigan Series by New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury, Bailey is planning a wedding and making decisions that will shape her future. Bailey enjoys the beginning of her new career and time spent with Brandon while Cody faithfully coaches his team on and off the field. But has she agreed to marry the right guy? Will she spend her life with Brandon Paul in Los Angeles, or will her heart draw her back to Bloomington, Indiana and Cody Coleman, her first love? Bailey has learned much and grown over the years, but the greatest challenges, the richest joys, and the deepest heartaches are still to come. Featuring members from Karen Kingsbury's popular Baxter family, Loving completes Bailey and Cody's story --- the finale thousands of fans have been waiting for.
For: John [my love]
You are the only one who lights up my world,
Your light helps me through the darkness -
You guide my way.
Without you there, I'm at a stand still-
All I can do is listen for familiar sounds,
I can only feel what is around me,
but I cannot not see what lies ahead.
You are what keeps me going, and helps me on the way.
You're always there with me throughout my day.
Your radiance helps me get through the night & eases me into the morning.
You've always been 'mine', you'll always be my 'only'.
The sun's light might be brighter to most, but the sun is dull to me- because the sun is not you.
You're a whole different type of light, you're perfect.
You're the kind of light that every girl wants, and I have.
No 'brighter light' exists to me, not even the sun.
You have so many things that other lights do not, but most importantly you have my love.
Nothing could ever take away the years of companionship that we have shared.
You've always been there, no matter what.
Nothing could ever dim your light in my eyes.
You've been more than 'just another light' to me-
You've gone above and beyond every single day that I've had you in my life, just to show me that you care.
You've done things for me that no other light would ever do, even if they could.
You shine so bright in everyone's eyes, but you're the brightest to me - because I love you.
I love you so much John.
& Yes, I would love to be your wife.
Before you, it was dark...
I wanted to post an outtake to make sure everyone knew I was alive. I haven't had much time to do anything Flickr related, to include edit my remaining pictures. This one is near the completion and I wanted to reward myself for a hard days worth of homework by PSing! This was a really neat preset in LR that I found and edited, worked perfectly with what I had in mind! I did learn while taking these shots that the 105 is very difficult to manually focus for a self portrait. My previous attempt was only successful because I had my talented little sis' help! I was surprised at how spot on I got this one. And thank goodness =) Blurry light bulbs are no fun...
On a side note I'm adjusting well in Manas. Kyrgyzstan is very cold, it started snowing a few minutes ago and will get close to zero this weekend. My lungs are not excited about the forecast. There are a lot of Marines and Army moving through here on a regular basis, keep them in your prayers as they head down range. I may be contributing to the fight but they're in it. You really have to keep everything in perspective, and this place helps do that for sure. I'm so grateful for everything I have-and even though I'm in freezing temps it gets better every day. More soon, I hope to get the camera out in the next few days to snap some of the base!! Headed to PA this week (I hope) =) *hugs to all!
shade loving bulbs
I have been standing on the side of life, watching it float by. I want to swim in the river. I want to feel the current.
So writes Mamah Borthwick Cheney in her diary as she struggles to justify her clandestine love affair with Frank Lloyd Wright. Four years earlier, in 1903, Mamah and her husband, Edwin, had commissioned the renowned architect to design a new home for them. During the construction of the house, a powerful attraction developed between Mamah and Frank, and in time the lovers, each married with children, embarked on a course that would shock Chicago society and forever change their lives.
In this ambitious debut novel, fact and fiction blend together brilliantly. While scholars have largely relegated Mamah to a footnote in the life of America’s greatest architect, author Nancy Horan gives full weight to their dramatic love story and illuminates Cheney’s profound influence on Wright.
Drawing on years of research, Horan weaves little-known facts into a compelling narrative, vividly portraying the conflicts and struggles of a woman forced to choose between the roles of mother, wife, lover, and intellectual. Horan’s Mamah is a woman seeking to find her own place, her own creative calling in the world. Mamah’s is an unforgettable journey marked by choices that reshape her notions of love and responsibility, leading inexorably ultimately lead to this novel’s stunning conclusion.
Elegantly written and remarkably rich in detail, Loving Frank is a fitting tribute to a courageous woman, a national icon, and their timeless love story.
Advance praise for Loving Frank:
“Loving Frank is one of those novels that takes over your life. It’s mesmerizing and fascinating–filled with complex characters, deep passions, tactile descriptions of astonishing architecture, and the colorful immediacy of daily life a hundred years ago–all gathered into a story that unfolds with riveting urgency.”
–Lauren Belfer, author of City of Light
“This graceful, assured first novel tells the remarkable story of the long-lived affair between Frank Lloyd Wright, a passionate and impossible figure, and Mamah Cheney, a married woman whom Wright beguiled and led beyond the restraint of convention. It is engrossing, provocative reading.”
“It takes great courage to write a novel about historical people, and in particular to give voice to someone as mythic as Frank Lloyd Wright. This beautifully written novel about Mamah Cheney and Frank Lloyd Wright’s love affair is vivid and intelligent, unsentimental and compassionate.”
“I admire this novel, adore this novel, for so many reasons: The intelligence and lyricism of the prose. The attention to period detail. The epic proportions of this most fascinating love story. Mamah Cheney has been in my head and heart and soul since reading this book; I doubt she’ll ever leave.”
From the Hardcover edition.
Amazon Significant Seven, August 2007: It's a rare treasure to find a historically imagined novel that is at once fully versed in the facts and unafraid of weaving those truths into a story that dares to explore the unanswered questions. Frank Lloyd Wright and Mamah Cheney's love story is--as many early reviews of Loving Frank have noted--little-known and often dismissed as scandal. In Nancy Horan's skillful hands, however, what you get is two fully realized people, entirely, irrepressibly, in love. Together, Frank and Mamah are a wholly modern portrait, and while you can easily imagine them in the here and now, it's their presence in the world of early 20th century America that shades how authentic and, ultimately, tragic their story is. Mamah's bright, earnest spirit is particularly tender in the context of her time and place, which afforded her little opportunity to realize the intellectual life for which she yearned. Loving Frank is a remarkable literary achievement, tenderly acute and even-handed in even the most heartbreaking moments, and an auspicious debut from a writer to watch. --Anne Bartholomew
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