Thursday, January 22, 2009

Pictures for a gray January


























7 comments:

hummingbird said...

Wow, I'm glad to see you back! I always enjoy your blog.

hummingbird said...

You always have such pretty photos and pictures...

By the way, you are welcome to visit my blog, on Belgian royalty and other topics, at:

crossoflaeken.blogspot.com

Cozy aka Susan Flanders said...

Thank you!!

Ms. Lucy said...

Wow! What a fantastic blog! I just found your blog and I'm so impressed with all the information on Queens and so much more. I have a blog on Josephine where I write reviews and different interesting things about the 18th century; people, lifestyles...Come visit me at www.enchanted.blogspot.com

I'd love for you to follow, if you'd like;-)
Lucy

Cozy aka Susan Flanders said...

Thanks Lucy! I would love to see yours as well.

Anonymous said...

Hello! I just saw the new Victoria movie, and I'm dazzled! (being from America I know virtually nothing about her)I've been the university library and taken out books on her letters, Albert's letters, and a 'selection' of her journal entries up until 1840, but cannot for my life find anything after that except for a few months in the highlands. I was wondering if you could direct me to any publications of her journals which present the early years of her marriage. Thanks!

Cozy aka Susan Flanders said...

I wish I could tell you there is a certain book you could get that chronicles their early life together...but there is not. Stanley Weintraub has done great biogs of them both...but their marriage is only discussed in parts of the books. Cecil Woodham Smith wrote another good one on Victoria and Monica Charlot did as well. Victoria also published her Highland Journals which covers some of their married life...you would have to try to purchase a used copy. If you want more information, please contact me again and I will try to give you more. Sarah Ferguson put out a book with Benita Stoney about their life at Osborne House which is great, though. Its expensive...but worth it, I think. There will be a new book coming out in May called WE TOO---by Gillian Gill...however, I don't know how good it will be.