Where did the simple life disappear?
|Sylvania model 454 portable radio|
|Vintage Hitachi radio from|
|Some of the best pictures from our|
family album were taken with a
Polaroid camera. Bring it back!
This is the classic SX-70 model.
|Circa 1950's transistor radio.|
|Vintage metal picnic basket.|
|Picnic basket for four from Martha Stewart.|
Sure, the insects were always pests, but we understood that we might have to share our picnic blanket with the ants...up to a point of course!
|Ant paper plates from|
Crate & Barrel.
|18-piece wooden picnic|
flatware from Crate & Barrel.
|Ants picnic blanket from Crate & Barrel.|
|Vintage coordinating napkins|
Think of our quest to assimilate ourselves once again with nature as a kind of cognitive therapy: it may seem put-on at first, but eventually it will become second nature (pun intended). I believe we can bring it back...the spiritual experience of the simple picnic. Go hug a tree and don't forget to put the cell phones on vibrate.
|Wine purse from Uncommon Goods.|
|Don't like "ants-in-your-pants"? Here's an option:|
folding portable picnic table from One King's Lane.
|Dance scene from "Picnic" (1955) with Kim Novak|
and William Holden. To view this romantically sexy
scene, click on the link below:
|Still from one of my favorite movies: Peter Weir's|
1975 "Picnic at Hanging Rock".