Wednesday

on my desk {kitchen table}


today was a much nicer day. i came home as soon as i could and have been listening to thom yorke and reading about photography. i found this book at a lions charity sale for 20c and it is really brilliant. i also found the mug {along with 5 more, a sugar bowl, and a coffee pot} for a small bill. i love pottery and earth tones so they were good as gold in my eyes. they are all sitting on a vintage linen tablecloth that i have brilliant plans for with a little help from lena corwin's beautiful book. can't wait to show it off.

i worked in my garden for a little while- i have some floppy, soppy tomato vines and am at a loss- all i can assume is that the 43 degree heat is the culprut...as am also feeling a bit floppy.

love to all you lovelies who continue to comment and make me smile {and love to those who don't too}

x o x o

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8 comments:

handmaiden said...

sounds like u have had a lovely day

please sir said...

Sounds like a wonderful day!

jEeRo said...

gDa know u had a nice day..weather here in Singapore has been hot one moment heavy rain the next..much like a lady's mood no?..haha..
anyway dont u find it strange the weather is still hot as ever even though its near year end?...

Maureen said...

U did well in your shopping. I recall some pottery like that when I lived in England. Seems like it had a brand name.

ashley said...

was a wonderful day indeed ladies;)
jeero: i love that the weather is reflecting a ladies' mood- very true at times! in australia the summer is quickly approaching...but i agree with the strange weather, back in canada it is still warm and really shouldn't be!
maureen- if you recall the name please do let me know;)
x ashley

Kirsty said...

I'm really looking forward to seeing your handiwork with the linen table cloth.

K. Sundari said...

Love that Lena Corwin book! And lucky you for nabbing that photography book. I didn't realise it was 43 where you are. Must watch the news more.

jeanamarie said...

oh - i have that book too - isn't it inspiring? will love to see what you do with the tablecloth.