I totally agree! I could spend days on end never going out of the house, and on occasion, do.
blue, oh So Too Do I!la. (almost a song I sort of remember)
I wondered if you meant that HOME is the US of A vs. the rest of the World and all the chaos that is rampant...but then again, Ruby Slippers and a Witch ARE not in electoral commercials...oh wait, there IS a witch!I too never really leave the BEAUTY of home, where the SOUL dwells protected...
Ohhhh, nothing in this world compares to being at home. In case you're still healing from the weekend at HP, here's a little something I just happened upon and, unless you already have an inside source, this link might ease things should you decide to return to HP for another look:http://brookegiannetti.typepad.com/velvet_and_linen/2010/10/what-weve-learned-guest-blogger-liz-morten-navigating-high-point.html
Home. Yes. It is THE Place. And we hope, it is where the heart is.
Home. Yes. It is THE Place. And, we hope, where the heart is.
So perfect. One of my favorite movies that encapsulates my childhood. Home has always been the best place!Great week to you ~ Deb
Just spoke with another friend, who just arrived from HP tonight, with the same sentiment, describing complete exhaustion and the needing of sleep.Completely understood. Glad you are chez vous...... there IS no place like home!!
there will be many perspectives coming from that spot- I have just been uninspired there for some time. Going GREEN with antiques- which is what I really love working with.
this from the clever Nick Olsen on twitter "At High Point Market 2010, the two faces of Restoration Hardware prevail. All about the Butch and the Belgian." I love that!