Prunes and Prism

RULES FOR YOUNG LADIES: Some arch advice on snagging a husband. Exercising the mouth into a pretty shape through repetition of certain words seems to have been an indoor sport for young nineteenth-century girls; in Little Dorrit, Charles Dickens' overly bred girl repeats, "papa, potatoes, poultry, prunes and prism." (

Monday, April 17, 2006

Vacation photos

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

these are lovely! the one of the gull broke my heart. you look purty, frostine.

1:48 PM  
Blogger Recovering Baptist said...

Damn you and your perfect skin. And no, I will never get over that. Also those sunglasses are FABULOUS.

6:05 PM  
Blogger frostine99 said...

Aw, thanks, y'all!

Mama, the one who used to wring my jaws, loves seagulls and draws them on her letters.

And those sunglasses broke two days later. But I replaced them with some Isaac Mizrahi ones from the Napa Target. Check it out! They'll probably be even better on somebody who doesn't have a Sputnik-size head like mine (and I say this not to be self-deprecating -- it's just real, real big).

11:10 PM  
Blogger frostine99 said...

What I meant to say above is that the Target glasses look just like the ones I have on in the picture (which I got off eBay) and so can be easily had. Just a little retail enabling.

11:12 PM  

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