|"Pansy" photo by Julie: http://www.flickr.com/photos/roosterfarm/4748532453/in/set-72157623742628347/|
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Aren't these potted pansies in the shabby hanger enchanting? I love this. Ooh, it just makes me want to grab hold of spring and yank it into my life. Can't wait.
I've been without a computer for a week now, with no hope of recovering my hard drive. I don't want to talk about the fact that I spilled almost an entire cup of Starbucks Cafe Mocha on my laptop, and that I lost all my photos from the past three years. I'd rather focus on the good news that I had some important things backed up on flash drives, and that many of my personal photos are on my other blog Joyful Altitude. There's something to be said for blog archives.
Hubby has kindly loaned me his extra laptop while I wait for my new one to arrive. Once it comes and I get set up, I'll finish a post I started on charming cottage homes designed by an American architectural firm. I think you'll enjoy the tour.
Meanwhile, I've been doing a little redecorating in our living room.
Here's a before photo.
Remember this picture? It's from my post on finding a new writing space. And do you recall my plan to turn the little blue chest into a desk? Well, scrap that idea. I'm invoking my right as a woman to change my mind, and I'll tell you more about my revised plan in a future post.
So the room is nice enough, but "stodgy". (My beloved's word, not mine. But he's right.) It doesn't have the cottage look I love and want. And my husband agrees. (See why I love that man?) He suggested we move out the credenza with the baskets and replace it with a white wicker garden set I picked up at a thrift store for $75 (cushions included). It's in great condition, and the chairs are so comfortable.
I love this spot in the early morning when I can watch the sun rise over the mountain.
More changes on the way.
|"Litte rosey pot" photo by Julie: http://www.flickr.com/photos/roosterfarm/5672594634/in/set-72157623742628347/|
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