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." (Merrycoz.org)

Saturday, May 13, 2006

We went to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to live deliberately.



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1 Comments:

Blogger frostine99 said...

I guess all the fresh Brooklyn air went straight to my brain, because in the course of posting the photos I had to republish the template, thus losing my Quote of the Day and my blogroll. I replaced the one and am working on the other forthwith.

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