Monday, August 11, 2014

Today's picture/a summer afternoon in the living room

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  1. It looks very inviting. Love your header photo.

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    1. Thank you! I was just in the process of taking a new one when you wrote. :<)

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  2. What a lovely calm, relaxing haven. And beautiful photos of your new grandchildren to the side as well.

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    1. I do love my living room. It needs paint and a bit of window sill work, but I'm happy with the arrangement. Thank you about the baby pics!

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  3. A lovely and cozy nap on a summer's afternoon, so inviting.

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  4. Very warm, inviting, and comfortable looking room!
    Paula

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    1. Thank you for your words and for stopping by.

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  5. Love the latest header, Nan. This has been the very best summer for Nepeta. Yours is so lush - and what a lovely spot for reading, relaxing, playing with those darling grandchildren.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, it has been a good summer for it. My catnip is also thriving! It has been fun with the kids in the living room. Their mums put down quilts and they have a great time.

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  6. Your home always looks so comfortable and inviting. I think my favorite spot would be stretched out on that couch with my head near the window. Pretty much where I read in my living room.

    Is that catmint in your header? We used to have it, but it was so invasive, I finally pulled it all up.

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    1. Thank you! You noticed the new couch! We are no longer couchless. It was just in time for baby life. :<) Yes, it is catmint. It is the Walker's Low I wrote about here - http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2014/05/new-plants-with-family-name.html
      There is plenty of room for it where it is so I'm happy with it.

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  7. Looks like you have a lot of natural light - it's very lovely and inviting!

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    1. Yes, there are three windows on the north, and the door is on the west. Thank you, and thanks for coming by.

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  8. So cheerful and sunny. As someone who lives below ground, I can't tell you how envious I am.

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    1. Do you have some windows though? I've always kind of liked those below ground places. :<)

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  9. Nan, your days seem full and rewarding. I loved that you shared so many specials pics with us.

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