A sophisticated approach
to creating a fusion of global “country living” and “cosmopolitan” styles….
Terri, I love this picture. Love it! I have a complete fixation about delicates and my vintage linens hanging to dry, so seeing this makes me happy. Stay well sweetie.
Fresh air-dryed linens take me back to my grandmother's house... makes me happy too!I hope you are doing great Marsha... thanks for stopping by.
Oh yes, HOT HOT HOT!! This morning was really nice here in Fredericksburg and I sat outside as long as I could before it got too warm...........but the afternoons and even the evenings, oh my they are uncomfortable. Beautiful photo.
Ann, I grew up in Texas... and I have never been able to acclimate... if it's summer and it's Texas then it's hot!... no two ways around it and not global warming!
I'm with you!
Hello Mona, and thank you for visiting. I just took a peek at your blog... it looks great and I am looking forward to spending time there...
Great photo, May I paint it? The weather has begun to cool down here in Maine it is mid eighty to 50's at night. The mornings are best..Stay cool.. yvonne
Hi Yvonne, awww... that is one of the things that I enjoyed most about living in New England... The photo rights belong to Ms. Stewart... but I'm sure you could take the inspiration from it to make it your own!... happy painting.
I am willing the cool weather to come....I am over this hot stuff......I'm going to the closet this weekend and retrieve my heaviest and only cashmere coat!!!!!!HAHA! Maryanne
I love your optimism Maryanne. At the risk of looking like a bunch of kooks... perhaps if we all wore our heavy coats it would have a placebo affect...
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