Weekend Library...


You can find me HERE... lounging today... going to start a book... looks, like the perfect day bed... and look refreshments too!


Outdoor Living taken from Simply Grove

Back Up plan in case of BAD weather...


This sofa will work as a perfect day bed... but where are the libations?

Indoor Living from Please Sir

What books do you have planned to read now that summer is upon us? Do you read the FUN summer novels? That's it for me... kids are out of school... time is schedule around their wants, needs and various activities... so I want... I need FUN chick lit! Although... I will have to get around to reading "Eat, Pray, Love" for a bookclub meeting... I've heard it was GREAT... has anyone else read it and love it or has anyone disliked it? NO details... I will be reading it. Sooo... my dilemma for today is: new Jennifer Weinner or Sophie Kinsella book ...hmmm...

8 comments:

Kathy said...

Such talent you have!

SimplyGrove said...

I agree! you are so talented!! Your pictures look amazing! Have a great saturday!

katie jane said...

I just love how you can take any picture and make it your own! And your drawings are so cute. The look so relaxed and easily made. (They probably aren't, but the look it.)

I love to read beach-related books. Sappy things about women fixing up old beach houses, or Ann Rivers Siddons books about the Deep South, Charleston, etc. Right now I'm reading Kristin Hannah. She writes about the Pacific Northwest.

Sabina said...

Thanks for visiting my blog - yours is now bookmarked for return visits. I finished Eat Pray Love some time ago - you will love it!!

Happy summer reading!!

Robin said...

Both of your rooms are gorgeous, no surprise there. I believe that in the second room there are no libations because, ahem, Jeeves will bring them to you on a tray.

I loved "Eat Pray Love". Some sections of the "Pray" chapters eluded me -- too esoteric -- but the book as a whole is fantastic.

I just finished Anita Shreve's "A Wedding In December" (loved it) and am now reading "Almost French" which Patricia at PVE recommended after my Paris 360 post. It's a very realistic view of being an expat in France.

Fifi Flowers said...

I loved Almost French. Have you read all the Peter Mayle books about Life in Provence... remember you need a country house as well as a city of lights house!

Beach related books are perfect for summer! I'll have to find one of those too! Still have to go buy EatPrayLove... so I can find one at the same time.

diana @ please sir said...

Thanks for the link love - great paintings as usual!

amber said...

what a nice place to curl up with a magazine and have an afternoon nap....ahhh.
by the way - do you do these drawings yourself?
also - I finally posted my "tag", even though you tagged me few weeks back...sorry for the delay!
A

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