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August 1, 2012

Weird Wednesday - can't seem to focus on just one thing so today's post is going
to be all over the place.

Which do you prefer?  The catalog shopping ensemble on the left or the antique-hunting-flea-market-prowling look on the right?

While the presentation on the left is completely acceptable, it's a little ordinary
and too new for my taste.  But, the photo on the right - oui, merci!

Are you looking for a unique yet inexpensive wedding, birthday, or anniversary
gift?  How about a personalized pillow?  Darling and inexpensive!

I'm thinking about painting our front door.  Because it's
"mild" (i.e., hot) here in Florida, we often keep our doors
open with the storm door shielding us from the great outdoors.


The front door pretty much sets the tone of your house so I need
a color that says, "An easily distracted woman who starts lots of 
projects but hardly finishes any of them lives here."

This past weekend I finally had a chance to watch Martin Scorsese's
film Hugo and it was amazing.
Ben Kingsley was impressive, as always.  I don't know why I thought
Hugo was a child's movie - the trailers I saw were definitely deceiving.
The set decoration was incredible and the story was captivating.
Architectural Digest included an article about the movie in a
recent edition and stated that the book store scene, above,
required the set director to borrow over 40,000 antique and
vintage books from British bookstores.  If you haven't seen it,
move Hugo to the top of your NetFlix list.

It's drizzling rain.  I'm going to make a cup of tea and cozy up to a
good book.  Tomorrow I hope to be more organized.  But, no guarantees.


  1. I love the look of that film set, definitely going to check that one out. I like coloured front doors, ours is boring white. I think I would go for red or yellow, but then lavender might be nice too, or ......

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