That would not happen here.
Or here. Bliss included.
Of course, if you can't be in the warm outdoors, the next best thing is to pretend. A lightbulb chandelier, topiaries, and pagoda drapes create the illusion of summer.
A touch of summer will shine through in any room. Try a hint of coral and lime and a splash of laquer.
Or just get on a plane and head South.
Or go by boat.
Either way, the view will be worth it.
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You are going to hate it when I say it was 78* here today. But...we don't have a gorgeous view, just the warmth of the sun. I'd swap it for the sea any day. Sending you some Texas sunshine.
Cheers to you for 2011 ~ Deb
I am with you. Also, it is about to snow here and be five degrees next week. On top of school being cancelled multiple days, I think I am going to freeze. Want to go sit in #1.
Great post, I totally agree. It makes me daydream about summer even more than I already did... Hopefully the next three cold months will pass soon! Love your blog very much:)
Oh yeah, I'm so there.
Love your wit and style! I'm no fan of winter either but, alas, cannot take a real vacation. This virtual one helps.
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