Friday, January 30, 2009

Closest book to you

I got this from Anna's blog:

Closest book to you

How to play:
* Grab the book nearest you. Right now.
* Turn to page 56.
* Find the fifth sentence.
* Post that sentence along with these instructions in a note in your BLOG.
* Don't dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual... Use the CLOSEST

"The last steps in the process, hand quilting and embroidery, allow me to become physically reacquainted with a piece created at arm's length on the wall, and to add another visual dimension to it."

Actually, this is the 4th sentence, because there is no 5th sentence. The book: "Art Quilts A Celebration 400 Stunning Contemporary Quilts". Page 56 features "Float" by Elizabeth A. Busch of Glenburn, Maine.



Eva said...

"Und du weisst auch, warum."
"And you also know why."
But I'm not telling which book. It's pornographic.

Eva said...

Sorry! I followed the instructions!

Michele said...

Okk, I'll bite. Posted the results along with some thoughts on my blog. This is cool! Thanks, Judy.

komodori said...

I don't have a blog but will play the game and post to yours.

"The parts are due to Le Breton, and built at various dates between 1528 and the death of Francis I, are in general distinguishable by being constructed in plaster with quoins and pilasters of grès, whereas the later parts are executed in a finer cream-coloured stone, more like that used in the châteaux of the Loire."