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Petal Pink Paper

March 5, 2017

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Here’s what I love about the Queen Elizabeth rose as it begins to age: the texture feels paper thin, the pink remaining on the surface. I wouldn’t say that pink is a favorite color, but I love it in some roses, in the tiny Moleskin notebooks and the edges of a book with black or white covers, scarves from time-to-time, in Maira Kahlman’s illustrations, bakery boxes, sunsets, on the thorns and plant creases, thread, never (or at least not yet) as neon, stains of lipstick on white porcelain, and often when embroidered around edges surrounded by gold.

This month write a few sentences about a plant or a notebook in your Destination Journal. 

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