10/15/12

Camelot and Vine

Thought you would want to know: the talented Petrea Burchard is having a giveaway at her blog Pasadena Daily Photo. You send a photo of where you see camelot in your daily life, and if your photo wins, you get a copy of her upcoming novel Camelot and Vine. I've read it. It's great. You'll like it.

My youngest still loves her Legos. Here is an aerial view of her latest castle. To me, nothing says Camelot more than a bunch of Legos and an imagination.

Read more about the contest here: http://pasadenadailyphoto.blogspot.com

11 comments:

TheChieftess said...

Of course!!! I immediately thought of Camelot!!!

Desiree said...

Legos! Paradise!

Olga said...

Legos were such a big part of my son's childhood. I doubt that he feels any urge to visit LEGOLAND here in Floirda though. I find a bit sad that so many of the lego kits are now so theme specific. I love the piles and piles that tickle the imagination.

TheChieftess said...

I agree with Olga about it being sad for theme specific toys of this nature...too many toys these days just don't leave room for the imagination...

Without imagination "ticklers" it will be hard to grow new Margaret Finnegan's!!!

altadenahiker said...

I suppose Camelot could be a midwestern suburb. I'll warm up to the idea if you pour another sangria.

Adele said...

I love this - my imagination is happily imaginating! (Did someone say sangria??)

Ms M said...

I like this -- a colorful castle! Legos are the best. (I'll have another Sangria, too, please)

Petrea Burchard said...

I love you, Margaret.

Bellis said...

Pssst - I can't enter again, but I have a couple more Camelot ideas that I'll pass on in exchange for a glass of Sangria.

Jean Spitzer said...

Had a tour of a young man's Lego creations last week.

Like your daughter's Lego castle.

I have been meaning to take a camera to Castle Hill for Petrea's contest.

Susan Campisi said...

Looks like your daughter might grow up to be an architect - or maybe a writer?

My Camelot photo will appear on PDP soon! I'm excited.