THE BELLS OF SAINT-SULPICEI am listening to this beautiful piece of music on this Easter Monday – the opening of Louis Vierne’s wonderful Messe Solennelle, Opus 16, The Bells of Saint-Sulpice – sent to me by my dear friend, the filmmaker, Lian Lunson. Louis Vierne was the organist at Notre-Dame de Paris from 1900 until his death in 1937. The bells of Saint-Sulpice in Paris are so full of yearning, so full of the emerging spirit, held ‘just out of reach’ as Lian wrote. Thank you for sending this to me, Lian. We adore you. Love Susie. x

I stumbled upon this today and thought of Susie, and you. Sadness is overcome by the Happiness found in the small things. Love, Kat