Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Christmas cats, flowers and a bunny.

 




A visit to Bow Street Flowers
filled me with holiday warmth and cheer,


and my house with beauty.

 
Aji finally left the tree 

to work on (re)arranging the flowers.
My work is done. She's in charge now.

Jane is sharing our Christmas in the house posts, so scoot on over here to join in.




28 comments:

  1. I first saw this and thought "wow, Jen's house is looking a lot like Bow Street Flowers", then I saw the floor :) :) :). Oh boy, Shelly's going to kill me. I'll try to make it to Jane's, have been very negligent lately.

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    1. Ha, I wish my house looked (and smelled) like Bow Street Flowers!

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  2. Hello Jen, We had a favorite high-service nursery in Cleveland that was a similar pleasure just to walk into, even the drive there was beautiful, but unfortunately it closed a while ago. Aji seems to be doing a fine job supervising. If I ever have any flower arranging to do, she's hired.
    --Jim

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    1. Jim--It makes a fun ritual to have special places like that to visit. One of my favorite childhood memories is driving around liking at Christmas lights.

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  3. You got it all going on with that header! And you didn't tease. Love it all, is that a cute little tree stand?

    Aji is hired, unless Shelley got there first.

    xo J

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    1. I wonder how Aji and the bunnies would get along.

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  4. I hope you fully enjoy this lovely season with your little arrangers.

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    1. Keeping it small and simple, so I am!

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  5. Dear Jen,
    Aji really looks as though he is wants to jump onto your tree.! ):- I love opening your posts and seeing him always peeping through your flowers..
    Your home looks cosy and ready for christmas.
    Wishing you a wonderful time..
    Thank you for commenting on my blog.. so appreciated, always nice to see you.
    Happy christmas .. val x

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    1. Val--I am surprised she hasn't climbed it yet. She has knocked some ornaments off though. I'm pretty sure she thinks it's just for her. Enjoy your holidays. xx

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  6. Multi-colored tree lights have always been a favorite and your tree takes me back to childhood Christmas holidays.

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    1. I'm definitely a throwback--I always have the colored lights!

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  7. Well done on capturing TWO cats by your tree! It's lovely, and that flower arrangement is gorgeous!

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  8. Very festive, Jen! A visit to Bow Street for flowers would be sensational.,, maybe one day I'll get back up that way. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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    1. Thanks Susan--I love your three trees. One for every mood/style.

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  9. Little Sho will surely say "Kira Kira! (twinkle twinkle)" pointing colorful lights with his eyes shining :)

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    1. Love that! Kira Kira, little Sho! xx

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  10. Looking lovely!
    Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a happy, peaceful and blessed new year ...
    M x

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  11. You look ready for Christmas. Your house looks very festive. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Jen.

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  12. Merry Christmas to you and your family !

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  13. Just catching up here - happy New Year, Jen!

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  14. What a delightful post! How could I ever have gone so long without visiting. That bunny looks just like my dear departed bunny, Fanny. A belated Happy Holidays Jen!

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