Monday, 30 April 2018

Sunday night blues

I think my Sunday Night Blues are beinning to shake off gradually- too much late-night catching up with BBC's current Woman in White adaptation!  I've only read Wilkie Collins' Moonstone- is W in W a very feminist book, or is it just this C21st TV interpretation?

 I did wonder last night if it would be more creative to take that phrase literally- so here were last night's blues! I didn't wander too far from my dusk-time chair.

ps Hello again x


Pom Pom said...

Hello again, sweet friend.
I remember the Sunday night blues very well. Sigh.
I've never read any Wilkie Collins. Should I?
Take care, Mags.

M.K. said...

Beautiful shots, Mags. I love that you didn't have to wander too far from your cozy chair to capture all that blue :) I haven't watched the show you're talking about though.

Lisa Richards said...

Greeting, Mags! Love the blues! Never read W in W, sorry! ;)

GretchenJoanna said...

Hi, Mags!

Well, I think the blues that you pictured for us would help keep the bad "blues" away. Partly because the creativity of putting them together is a boon to one's mental state. And hearing from you in Blogland is a boon to your readers, too! So write more blog posts! Show us what you've been knitting or cooking, or just say hello more often <3

I think I read Woman in White, but obviously too long ago.

Fat Dormouse said...

Hello! Nice to hear from you. I remember the Sunday Night Blues from when I was teaching in school. In fact, it was mostly Sunday Blues!!

I've never read The Womanin White either, but I have read one or two reviews of this series (recorded, not watched) which suggest that it is more the interpretation that is feminist, rather than the book.