|Of course you can mix primitive pretties with fine china. :)|
However, due to the shorter days and the angle of the late summer sunlight, the air conditioner has not been on as much. The forest is shading us. Thank you trees.
Also in the stack, vintage Victoria magazines, the latest Tea Time magazine, and a print out of the L'abri Newsletter where Susan Schaeffer Macaulay writes a beautiful tribute to her mother (and father).
Can you tell this is where I park myself when resting lately?
Cozi-TV (a digital channel the antennae picks up) showed it a few times during the summer.
|I do like symmetry, which is why I bought two of those Churchill plates a few years ago!|
More autumnal decorating will make its' way into my home as the weeks go by.
But the cherry tomatoes certainly liked it, as did most of the herbs. The mint is fried but it is at its' best in spring, anyway. The lovage didn't like the change, either.
Sunlight on tomatoes...
By the way, I love how this old 1960s house was made. It is "just" a simple ranch style but the builder put these beautiful "high end" marble windowsills in every window.
Speaking of the coffee table, this was one of the first pieces of furniture we bought in the early years of marriage. It used to have stained glass on each side but that was broken long ago. You can just barely see where it is marked up on the edges. That is where both of my children teethed, I couldn't bare to ever refinish it.