Those are rather uncomfortable lamps. But the dog is wonderful.Mary
I was doing o.k. with these until I came to the "empty shelf" requirement. I guess I'm doomed.--Road to Parnassus
comfort is home. my heart goes out to those who are suffering or in need of comfort this holiday season.pve
Oh, yes! I am feeling so lucky. Curling up in the sofa with my loved ones, comfort is at home for sure. Must you have a great week!
What feels better than coming home, to warmth, comfort, coziness. We are so fortunate.xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
I can't think of a happier place than HOME. Yes, Parnassus, the empty shelf is tricky!MJH- the dog forgives anything!
I read an article some time ago about how private entertaining has fallen out of fashion. Balls are fundraisers, for which a committee must be raised and tickets must be purchased. Dinner parties are potluck, and we feel compelled to ask, "Can I bring something?" "Can I help clean up?" I have a confession. I almost never ask anyone to bring anything to my parties, and I almost never offer to bring anything to anyone else's. I believe it is so much nicer just to entertain others at my home and allow them to simply enjoy themselves, and then relax and be entertained at theirs. It just seems so much more to the point.
J&G, Me too. I was just directing you to this post about comfort in my follow up comments to Tree House, hahaha-the wonders of the net. PGT