So I was happy that Tom Warner, the generous and savvy owner of Litchfield Books at Pawley's Island called me a week before I was scheduled for the Moveable Feast Luncheon to tell me he'd already sold 60 tickets and to confirm the address. Photos below.
A medley of news today:
Headed to Fireside Books in Forest City, NC. And yes, I'll have my sly GPS with me. I'll be there at 4:30, and will be giving away a planter...so if you're in the area...drop by. You might walk away with an extra boot.
A good soul passes.
From the NYT obituaries, comes the life story of Thomas Berry, 94, a Roman Catholic priest and environmentalist dedicated to "enhancing the human-Earth relationship," who was convinced we are entering a new era "respecting and preserving the habitats of all living things as a fundamental right":
He often alluded to how his focus on the spiritual power of nature grew out of “numinous” experiences exploring woods and fields as a child, particularly his stumbling upon a lily-dotted meadow when he was about 11.As promised, photos from the Moveable Feast at Litchfield Books. This was so much fun! It's always great to have a room full of attentive folks.