Sunday, November 27, 2011

Colors of thanksgiving weekend early in the morning at our casa…

It’s lazy. We have had turkey in many forms. Soup tonight.



The birds are singing outside…the windows are wide open…the sun is rising



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IMG_1003Tomorrow… Kids are back at school. Work ensues.



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…and for now… I cannot seem to remove myself from my well worn chair in my well worn room.



While the breezes blow.



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two fave paintings…Hudson river painter George Inness towards the end of his career


and two of four of my favorite kidlets…how does the time fly?



Enjoy the last of your thanksgiving weekend.


May warm breezes blow for you.

20 comments:

An Urban Cottage said...

Beautiful images. That well worn chair seems like a perfect place to spend the last hours of this holiday weekend.

I'm thinking of turkey and biscuits for dinner. How 'bout you?

Cher' Shots said...

I loved this entry. Now thinking I need a comfy chair in my well worn bedroom too!
'hugs from afar'

Sush said...

Inspired me to find my cozy nook and rest from a wonderful and jam packed holiday week!
Hugs~

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

...Still not movin'. ruh roh.

Debby said...

We all need these kinds of days just to reflect and regroup. I refuse to do anything more than what I have to, hah.

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving as well. The Florida weather has been divine hasn't it.
Sam

becky said...

The last of Thanksgiving weekend...and there's a bright and glorious crescent moon out there winking away at me...time to go for a breezy little walk.

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Think I'll join ya Becky...with one big black dog!

Balembouche said...

Ah, Linda - thanks for these.

I am a new (avid) reader of your blog...your garden is JUST what I envision for my space. I call my style "lush, plush, and overdone".

I'm a new reader here and a new blogger too...so new that nobody has checked me out yet except me. I don't take it personally.

If you want to say hello, I am at http://mystluciangarden.blogspot.com/

I've spent many happy hours looking at the lovely photos you post. Thank you.

Jessie said...

Hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving weekend! Love the gorgeous flowers. Are they from your garden? Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Jessie
www.mixandchic.com

Joyce said...

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I don't recall ever seeing the flowers in your photo before. What kind are they? You are one lucky gal to have so many different flowers right at your finger tips. xo

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Jane said...

Seeing our son off tonight...back to Mouse-town...there was the crescent moon brightly shining...reminding me of one of the boys' favorite childhood movies... "Angels in the Outfield". There's a line in the movie...the little boy is looking out the window..."Look! It's God's thumbnail!" MG pointed skyward and quoted the movie. Ahhhh...memories! I am so thankful...

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vicki archer said...

Your casa looked very inviting Linda... Glad you had a wonderful weekend... xv

Michelle said...

Ohh, how peaceful and beautiful. I feel so special that I have the same lamp as you! AHAHAHA

Natasha Stevens said...

I was gonna say, that looks like an Inness painting. Love it. His paintings of FL always remind me of home.

Melissa said...

Looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We were in Wyoming (where it was surprisingly warm). Kidlet didn't want any part of Thanksgiving dinner except for the pumpkin pie. So his dad let him eat pretty much a whole slice! Eegads.

Cobalt Violet said...

Bellissime!!!
Loving George Inness ... found an art book in the used book store of his work. Beautiful!

Renée Finberg said...

L,

your home looks so welcoming.
i could never get out of that chair.

xx

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