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April 11, 2008

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Anna

Ahhh.. now I can see that you like this wooden type of stuff, like the one you bought this year too. It's indeed lovely looking decoration :)

Anja

Love love love your houses!!

claire

again you make me want to come and move into your house..lol...I love your bathroom bits and bobs.
I thought the pics were of West Bay when you showed earlier posts, my brother used to have a caravan there, its a lovley place to visit....Claire

MarmaladeRose

OO! I love seeing other peoples nooks and crannies! (If you know what I mean) And I must say I'm rather fond of wood panelling... maybe not slime colour though. Maybe you could colour wash it so it looks more seasidey! More pictures please! love Fi x

Simone

I really like the 'Housey Harbour Hooks'. I have lived in my house for 10 years now and still not put up pictures or put 'my mark' on the place!

Chris

I love seeing corners of other people's homes, even the bathroom!
And don't feel bad- we've been in our home for almost 8 years now and we still have some things in boxes that we haven't unpacked yet!

RI

We moved from West Bay Dorset apx 9mths ago to Axminster Devon ,I know just what you mean when you talk about things in boxes,I still have to unpack my treasured "Stuff"
A new house is a huge adjustment of mind body and spirit...

Martine

Hello from France!
Your bathroom seems very cosy and I particularly love your harbour hook. It remains me our arrival by boat in Cork. I'm thinking about a nice quilt just like this cute hook... at the moment, I've just finished a mini quilt for our bathroom with some fish because the walls are also in white, blue and we think about the sea which is so far away from us now...You can see it on my own recent blog :
http://saltedriver.blogspot.com
Last summer, we spend two weeks in South England and we love it!the weather was very fine, yes!and we rented wonderful cottages near the Cotsword after one week in Wales. We are fond of England and my daughter learn in an International Section to obtain OIB, "french baccalauréat" with English for main subject, nine hours of english with litterature, history and geography. What's why we spend some weeks in England every year to improve her english. Mine is not so good, sorry...
I look and read your blog every morning and appreciate the pictures from England!
Read about you soon, have a good week-end!
Martine

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