My favorite spot in my house…
Actually, this is the view from my favorite spot in the house, my sofa. I no longer own a television (Oh sure, I watch plenty of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime).
In this spot, Daisy sits beside me, I mean on top of me whilst I work on my latest project.
Oh, England! I shall celebrate the motherland by drinking a cup of Earl Gray.
To my right, is my favorite cup and beverage.
Here is my other favorite spot — because of the twinkle lights. I keep them on for the hour I sit in bed writing in my journal.
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This is another spot I enjoy. The cottage kitchen is too small for a dishwasher. This is my view while I have my hands in soapy water, in naught but a house frock.
Really, I can talk about the stupidest things for hours… but, come on, leap onto the bandwagon and tell me about a favorite spot in your house. Don’t forget a photo.
Taking a break for a walk. Someday I’m going to post photos of all the gates in the neighborhood. There are so many and they’re all interesting. But not today. I’ll start with this one, however:
I took this on the 4th of July and I think it’s appropriate even now. But here is more color for you:
I call it the flower tunnel — the tunnel of Love right down the street from me.
This neighbor has his Christmas light already lit up. Christmas in July.
Red, white, and… no blue.
Here’s another gate… and palm fronds.
This is my favorite photo. Love the colors on white.
Hope you’re having a colorful day as well!
Ready for a morning walk, coffee in hand — and in my case a dog leash and a camera in hand.
I always end up taking many more pictures than I need because Daisy’s ready to move just as I take a shot.
I love the nooks and crannies of landscaping. What’s behind this garden gate? Who knows! A flower garden, a fairy garden, a pit bull…?
This is where you should drink your coffee.
This is one of my favorite houses on the block.
And this one is across the street from it. It’s much smaller but that doesn’t diminish it’s lovely-ness.
This Siamese is almost lost in the dark before dawn. He’d probably like to keep it that way too.
Lovely welcoming entry.
Welcome to the jungle. This photo doesn’t really do this yard justice. I’ll have to walk over there again and get you more flavor.
Love the color!
And more color.
The Painted Ladies on 2nd Street.
Someone always turns on the sprinklers.
But look how the grass shines in the morning light.