12.5.11

I'm in need of color



A little cheering up is in order. I planted some flowers this week, hoping it would help but I still feel a little blue. Maybe it's because I need some yellow chairs or maybe I need some chocolate cake, anyone else?

11 comments:

  1. i love that toadstool lamp - i have been eyeing it off in a shop i like...my yellow earrings arrived! i have worn them everyday since the little parcel arrived. i love them. dayle

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  2. I wish I could come over for chocolate cake!

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  3. I love the yellow chairs and love chocolate cake , I have some in my house so if you can come to Puerto Rico you can have a piece of cake : ) , Tuesday was my birthday so that's why I have chocolate cake, every year my mom give me one : ) . Hope you feel better.

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  4. yes. Definitely yellow chairs and most definitely a whole chocolate cake. Isn't it weird how sometimes you feel down but you can't pinpoint why? It happens to me quite a bit.

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  5. oh string shelves, how I love thee so.

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  6. gorgeous & i love the toadstool lamp - saw this recently in a shop i like. dayle

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  7. yellow chairs and chocolate cake... is there anything better!

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  8. chocolate cake for me too pls :-) Happy weekend!

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  9. I am so drawn to these photos of bright white with splashes of gorgeous color. How I wished my place looked but I can't seem to get the right balalce. I guess I'm off to study more photos and figure it out, lol.

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  10. Such cheerful rooms! I think I need some of those golden yellow chairs:)

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  11. Chocolate cake, for sure. Here's what you do to make it even better- stir a gigantic gob of creamy peanut butter into the frosting. Dark chocolate, of course. But a couple of yellow chairs never hurt anyone. :)

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