oh my goodness. i feel like i live inside a ping pong ball compared to the photographic extravaganza you have up!! steven
What a great view. Love the varying shapes of the photos.MasonThoughts in Progress
Mine faces the telly... or did.That beautiful gal in yellow, on the right has a familiar smile.
I have similar photo arrangements of family and ancestors on the walls above a daybed, in my computer room, Alaine and somewhat of the same view out my double window there!
Steven...my little computer/sitting room...I moved the treadmill from the lounge room; it's closer, makes me use it! I do go for long walks in the fresh air too!
Mason...this view is our back yard. The photos I put up 12 years ago when we moved in and keep adding to it.
Steven Cain...thank you; that was me at 25...a black and white photo; I coloured in the shirt.
Wanda...I have talkback radio on and look at pics of my babies, grandchildren, Mum and Dad and look out the window at the misty morning...the half hour goes pleasantly quickly!I couldn't find a daybed at the time, so settled for a single sleigh bed. A little while later, we went to shop for a new fridge and I fell in love with a daybed, just what I wanted, but couldn't spend another $800 on this room and where was I to put the single bed?
Hello:Such a very splendid collection of pictures and photographs - indeed, so often the more one has of something the better it looks [a point proved here].Your blog, which happily we have come across, is a delightful mixture of interesting comment and visually appealing images. We shall look forward to more.We are signing as Followers!
Jane and Lance...hello and thank you, I so appreciate you staying to introduce yourselves. I see that you've just begun blogging and will look forward to reading your posts from both the UK and Hungary. Talk to you again soon...
Hello again:Totally forgot in all the excitement to follow! Now done!
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