Dinner & a Show.

Via on Jan 19, 2013


I’m not one to indulge in cotton candy normally.

It’s nauseatingly sweet and makes me think of the circus, which makes me think of dark, disturbing things…like clowns.

For this guy, I’d make an exception (prepare to be wowed):

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Ed: Bryonie Wise


(Source: secretlyw-h-i-s-p-e-r.tumblr.com via Sena. on Pinterest)



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About Sara Crolick

Sara Crolick is whiskey in a teacup. She loves elephants, vegetables, vintage typewriters, Audrey Hepburn and the written word, but not necessarily in that order. She raises two inspiring boys with her mister, who is a bona fide music-maker; this works out nicely, as she happens to also love music. You can connect with her via her site, Conversations with a Human Heart, her author page on Facebook and on Twitter, too.


2 Responses to “Dinner & a Show.”

  1. Shannon C says:

    Marriage material.

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