I was supposed to be joining a party for Where Blogger's Create with Karen from My Desert Cottage.
I was late.
This has happened before.
Last time I dropped the computer and broke it.
That was bad, very bad.
This year, I was just too busy with
I am ready now.
I rearranged furniture.
Put away stuff.
One of my ivy plants that I am trying to keep alive.
Believe it or not.
Me, the gardener, kills most of her house plants.
I am not giving up.
My favorite corner cabinet.
Full of some of my favorite things, ironstone, silver, buttons and more.
The bottom of the cabinet holds extra paper for the computer.
Fabric pin board.
I was able to move my first ever slipcovered couch back into the room.
I had to move around the computer desk.
Hand crafted wall cabinet full of whatnots.
Simple garage sale find made beautiful with white paint.
It holds lots of my craft supplies.
How do you like my crazy rug.
I am digging the multi spring colors.
The blue trunk.
I told you, blue is creeping into the house.
Morning light comes in the windows.
I was still able to keep the slipcovered chair in the room.
Lots of seating for children who like to come and sit while I blog.
The couch and chair are favorites for reading and playing hand video games.
A cute basket filled with faux floral.
My favorite florals, made by me.
I love all the spring colors.
I love the vintage barkcloth fabric on the pillow.
This is what you see from the living room.
The cow throw is so soft.
My sister had one and I fell in love.
I was lucky to find one just like hers.
Surrounded by pretties.
The small rose pitcher I found at a flea market this past weekend.
I think it I may have to go through my stash in the basement and bring up some more of my rose plates, cups and platters.
I am in need of a little fresh color.
A favorite vintage hat, ironstone pitcher and vintage camera.
If I ever get a tattoo, I think it will involve roses and a hat.
I hate needles so it will probably never happen.
I have loved this cabinet forever.
Ever since my best friend and I saw it at a flea market and she saw it first.
And took it home.
It looked great in her kitchen.
Until she had to move.........it couldn't take it with her.
I bought it, she knew it would be loved.
I love the latches, they match our kitchen ones.
I have filled it with storage and some of my pretties.
There are tons of stored craft supplies behind those doors.
3, one of my lucky numbers.
A favorite picture of my youngest son.
I hope you enjoyed my blogging room.
Thanks for visiting.