Saturday, April 11, 2009

Let's Dance in Antwerp for Easter!

I'd been searching for an appropriate Easter picture, a feel-good photo of beauty and cuteness to make one swoon, gush or generally giggle. The search has ended! It's 4 minutes of your time and I promise, you won't regret missing those 4 little minutes from your otherwise hectic or peaceful day. Click the pause button on the MixPod Playlist at the bottom of the page and enjoy the video!

Happy Easter to all!

8 comments:

Ms. Lucy said...

Happy Easter to you too! Wouldn't it be wonderful if everyone were in synch and jolly like this always:)

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

I agree and wish it were so. Wish I could share this with everybody and make them feel like I felt watching it! Mo' betta! Happy Weekend!

SisterlyLove said...

That was one of the best things I've seen for awhile! I LOVE it!! I love the looks on peoples faces. Wonderful. And that lady dancing with the flowered pants at about 2:47!! :) :) :)Smiles!!!

I saw your comment on Art of Clothes Blog and just happened to look at your blog. So glad I did! :) GREAT video.

I'm done gushing now. But not done smiling!!
Genevieve
(Sisterly Love from Three Spinsters Blog)

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Thanks Genevieve, for your wonderful comments. This brought me to happy tears and especially the lady in flowered clothes trying to dance along! I'll probably watch this a few more times!!
Thanks for coming.
Kirsten

parisapartment said...

Wow! That was fun! Your really have to wonder how the coordinated that!

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Hi Claudia,
And thanks for visiting. Glad you made it over to see the video. I hope it left you with a big smile.
Happy Easter to you!
Kirsten

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

Hello Kirsten!
It was so nice of you to visit with me! This afternoon I read your comment on Ms. Lucy's blog, inquiring about books on Venice and thought I should tell you of John Berendt's book 'The City of Falling Angels'. Have you heard of it? I couldn't put it down. Describes a Venice one could only learn about from an insider. I would say it is a must for anyone who is traveling to Venice for the first time.
Have a wonderful week!
Catherine

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Thank you so much, Catherine, for your recommendation. I have heard of it but not read it yet. And since I am researching that fabulous city, I will definitely pick it up. I've been there a few times but still can't wait to go back and now researching it (for a writing project) will give me an even greater excuse! And a way to travel there in my mind for the time being!
Thanks again!
Kirsten