Country Weekend ~ home
I'd like to Nestlé into the center of the kitty circle!Messy desk? So charming and familiar!
I try to keep my clutter charming.
It all looks like home to me.I tried to comment twice on your last post and either my computer or a certain fancypants kitten made them go poof away.Yes, short stories. Yes, Jhumpa Lihiri, yes Ellen Gilchrist, yes, Laurie Colwin. Yes, yes, yes.xo jane
Darn computers/kittens! I forgot Lorrie Moore too.
I didn't realize sweet peas lasted so long.
I've had these for more than a week!
Hello Jen:But all so very intriguing and fascinating. We are afforded glimpses, and long to see more!!
Hmm...that would be easy! Small bites only.
sweet snippets of home.the persians are alleged to have invented them, but the venetians brought the idea back with them. seems unfair. :)(ex interior design student)
Now that's interesting. They are practical from a design point of view and have been refined, but I still have those clanky metal ones in one room--I was having a hard time imagining such a thing in Venice (and wondering why I haven't replaced them).
yes, the images look very familiar :)
You haven't replaced them because they're there. I have the same problem, however from now on I'll call them persian blinds which will make me sound exotic...or nuts...or pretentious. The rest looks nice and normal, home. You hit paydirt with those sweet peas, and those sweet kitties.
Aside from this post, there was a flowershop by a bus stop on my way to hospital yesterday. I called thier names one by one... remembering you.
looks lovely. happy sunday xxo
Real life is good. Messy, unsettled, unpredictable. Goodlove the colours of your real life Jen!hugs from Norway
Hi Jen,Lovely post.Love the kitty circle. Cute cute.Great photos of everyday life.Have a good weekx Fiona
Your comments make me happy. Thanks for taking the time.