Tuesday, June 10, 2008

An interview with Me coming on Wednesday

Dear Kim at Creating Space has put together an interview with me!!! Yes, me. So check out her blog on Wednesday to read all my secrets. Kim's interviews are fabulous and I feel honored to be part of the series. Thanks Kim for caring about us creative souls and all your hard work. Photo: Wisteria on Cape Cod.

16 comments:

CHEWY said...

Suki,
So much for me to catch up on in here. Great photos. I enjoy early morning wake-ups and peacefulness at the cape. Looking forward to your interview.

Annie said...

Thanks for all the wonderful photos. Glad you had a great trip.
I miss the ocean so much! Looking forward to reading your interview.

Kim said...

Suki,

I love the wisteria! Beautiful!

I also wanted to tell your readers they are in for such a wonderful experience when they come to read your words and see the images of your work! And in for some real gifts of wisdom, too!

This process has been fabulous with you, my friend!

Thank you!

Thanks!

Cris in Oregon said...

Oh Suki.. I LOVE the photo of that wisteria. It would make a wonderful painting. Just the thing I love to do. fabulous.
I too look forward to your interview

Sandpiper said...

This is beautiful, Suki! I love wisteria.

human being said...

waiting impatiently to read the interview... your secrets? Mmmmmm...
wisteria is one of my favorites... so nostalgic for me... my childhood and teenage years were full of wisterias... most of the houses in Tehran had them in their gardens and you could see a cascade of them falling down the walls...
now they are fewer...

Patti said...

All these flowers are breathtaking! Looking forward to your interview...

Britt-Arnhild said...

You are famous :-)
Congrats!

sukipoet said...

Chewy, thanks for stopping by. The Cape is peaceful but all things are by degree. If you go to the Cape from the city it seems like the country. If you come to NH from the Cape the Cape seems like a busy and noisy place. Funny.

Annie, thanks. The ocean is special. Both peaceful and beautiful and raging and destructive. I love it. The salt ions do something to the psyche.

thanks KIm. I never knew how much work you put into the interviews till I shared doing one with you. It was a wonderful experience and I feel honored to have participated.

Cris, I love wisteria so much too. I may post another photo of it.

Sandpiper, the colors of the wisteria and the droopingness of them are so feminine and delicate.Not that females are droopy, i guess that's kinda silly.

Human Being that's interesting that there was so much wisteria in Tehran. I wonder where it all went. I think they live a long time? But also they take awhile to bloom.

Patti, the whole world is in flower now, or at least this USA world where summer is just starting. I love this time of year.

Britt-arnhild you are so funny. Now when will I be the rich part of rich and famous! :)

Cestandrea said...

Suki, I love the interview, I'm so glad cause I now have the impression that we spent a couple of yours together having Capuccino in a café somewhere:)
love
Andrea

Cestandrea said...

PS: I meant hours not yours:) LOL (I must have heard ours in my head and the wrote yours, what is my brain doing with me:):)

have a great day
Andrea

sukipoet said...

Yes Andrea except if we spent a couple of yours in a cafe you too would tell some of your story. ;)

Cris in Oregon said...

Hi Suki,I have been so busy today since it turned out to be a warm day and con has me working outside with him. lol like I wouldnt want to be out there but when I come in for a break I read more of your story. It is a good story. I cant wait to read more. just wanted you to know it is a very good job she and you did. you should get back to writing.
back for more later.
Hugs Cris

sukipoet said...

thanks Cris. I have been outside a lot lately too. So delicious out there. So I understand. It's a long interview and somewhat wordy. Take care, Suki

marianne said...

How exiting Suki!
I took a peak and read the post on your box of gifts, so lovely!!!!
The interview I will read later, it is quite some text for a dislectic like me ;) but I am very curious! Nice to get to know more about you!
Love the wisteria. I had a beautiful one in my last home, one of the 3 things I regret to leave there (my wisteria, my pets burried in the garden and the swallows who returned every year and had a nest under the farm entrance)
Thanks for this lovely photo!

sukipoet said...

Hi marianne. I know, the interview is a lot of words. I talk long. I love this wisteria too, at my friend's house. YOu know, I think about the cats I left behind buried under the tree at my 20 year rental. They are still living there in a sense I guess. Whilst i have had to move on.