Popular literature seems to have an over abundance of vampires, shape shifters, werewolves, ghosts even. But, I have to draw the line at zombies.
Zombies! Yuck! At least those gorgeous vamps Bill Compton and Eric Northman seem to have quite a few talents that are worth potential exploration - BUT - and this is a big but - zombies. No way. There is no thing even remotely appealing about a squishy, oozing, flesh falling off mess to be a love interest. Last Monday, while at the Library doing the volunteer thing, I checked in over 30 paranormal themed books. All of which seem to subscribe to the same illustrator's services for depictions of the main charaters. But, there isn't enough make up , paint or whatever to make a zombie look 'dateable'. If anything, the zombie is way past it's fresh until date. Bill Compton or Joe Zombie? Umm....one TrueBlood coming right up.
And, now that I have rambled on about zombies back to the important stuff. Friday is here and so is a photo. I got this one last weekend at an antique show. I just though it was a great little phot.
I think the lady, appears to be very well dressed, is visiting relatives. The two little girls, I am not so sure about. I don't know if they are childen of the house, or little girls on an adventure visiting family. I think they are both lovely little girls. In the background, can you see the lace curtains on the window, the rocking chair, the bit of a pet dog laying on the porch, or how about the man hwo appears in the doorway And, of course, there are no bits of info on the photo. Just a moment captured in time, of a charming little group.
Have fun with the picture.!