Just a little something..

..I put together for you
On this beautiful 29th day of May
A room here and a nook there
Gosh, they are all so pretty
Hooray!

Somebody
Stop me
From rhyming!

a little something from here, there and elsewhere
How are you doing, my favorite peeps?
How about leaving me a comment
That rhymes
And sweeps me off my feet!
[I’ll shut up now. I promise]

12 Comments

  1. Oh how, just how, can I make my little and super messy apartment look beautiful and cozy like these picturesssssss?!?!? *sigh*

  2. I'm not very good at rhyming so I'm not even going to try but these are great photos. Thanks for sharing!

    http://prudenceandaustere.blogspot.com

  3. I love you all so! What lovely comments and little poems! Hugs!

    Nithasha: thank you – loved the peom by Alice Walker.

  4. Via email by Rowena H. Persaud 🙂

    I'm doing great
    Enjoying your blog
    It makes my day
    You are quite the photog!
    Every time I check emails
    A wistful smile appears on my face
    Indian Summer never fails
    To transcend me, but for a precious moment, through time and space.

  5. oh my, absolutely gorgeous rooms. thanks for putting them together.

  6. Lovely

  7. Anonymous

    Oh!such lovely rooms
    makes me very beautiful
    perfect with all the blooms
    and all the time cheerful!

    vidya

  8. Your post is so inspiring
    It leaves me just admiring
    Sweet gypsy style and all the while
    Figuring how I can go about acquiring
    ~~
    Me

    Can't compete with Alice Walker….though. LOL

    Jo

  9. Those are very lovely rooms. Love those sunny yellow stripped bowls. Sorry, not too good a rhyming comments 🙁

  10. Anonymous

    Will leave an actual poem 🙂
    Desire – Alice Walker

    My desire
    is always the same; wherever Life
    deposits me:
    I want to stick my toe
    & soon my whole body
    into the water.
    I want to shake out a fat broom
    & sweep dried leaves
    bruised blossoms
    dead insects
    & dust.
    I want to grow
    something.
    It seems impossible that desire
    can sometimes transform into devotion;
    but this has happened.
    And that is how I've survived:
    how the hole
    I carefully tended
    in the garden of my heart
    grew a heart
    to fill it.

    from a longtime reader of your lovely blog – Nithasha

  11. Such gorgeous images!

    Zoe
    http://gypsiesister.blogspot.co.uk

  12. I love your blog- you always show the most lovely places and spaces!!!

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