“I can’t give you a sure-fire formula for success, but I can give you a formula for failure: Try to please everybody all the time.”
– Herbert Bayard Swope
Isn’t that the truth!
Saundersfoot Cottage – 4″ x 6″ Watercolor & Prismacolor Pen
I painted this from a photo by Lin (Old Rock Chick) at WetCanvas.
It’s a cottage that Lin just had to stop and take a photo of to share
with her WetCanvas friends. The pretty, seaside town of Saundersfoot, is one of Pembrokeshire’s finest holiday resorts, in the United Kingdom, where Lin lives.
I did have to explain to my dear hubby that there are no brown roofs in Betheville and we will never run out of pink paint.
About Herbert Bayard Swope
Herbert Bayard Swope, the colorful, hard-driving American journalist
who became famous as a war correspondent and editor of The New York
World, was the first writer to win a Pulitzer Prize for reporting. He
was born in St. Louis in 1882. He coined the phrase “cold war” as a
speechwriter for statesman Bernard Baruch. In his leisure time, he was a
brilliant gambler at the track, at cards, and at stocks, and threw
lavish parties. He died in 1958.