My Favourite Window

February 1, 2013

Back to Blogging


Tonight I'm celebrating - with a large bag of double chocolate fudge - the return of the Upload facility for photographs to my blog. Ah joy. Picking a single photo to celebrate with (not being prepared for a post) I offer you a progress shot of the lounge room. Since the room is finished now I am very happy. This has been a busy, not to mention sweltering month. There has been a lot going on in many different ways and right now all of it feels good!

14 comments:

John Gray said...

I wondered where you have been dear heart x

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

I too had been wondering; but then again I should have emailed. Love the ceilings and all the windows.

the cuby poet said...

Glad that you are feeling good at the start of this new month. What amazingly big windows. Take care.:)

Cro Magnon said...

A whole month away; I was getting withdrawal symptoms!

rusty duck said...

Isn't it a wonderful feeling to get a project done?
Great to see you back, missed you!

libby said...

I checked in regularly to see if you were back....good to know 'all of it feels good' now...and the room looks light and lovely.

Geo. said...

What a lovely room! You've got beautiful light in there.

Joanne Noragon said...

So much work. I hope the ceiling remained the same.

Susan Heather said...

Welcome back - you have been busy - I am sure the room looks wonderful.

Lady Mondegreen's Secret Garden said...

To all of you: Thank you so much for your lovely comments. It's touching to know that I have been missed. I have been checking in on fellow blogs and just as happened last night when I tried to comment on John Gray's thoughtful post on shame, my comments disappear into the ether. Grrr.
Still now I know that a real person (this one was Dark UFO) deals with my problem and communicates through the help forum even if it has to sit in a queue for quite a long time.

The room looks stunning. Yes Joanne the ceilings are the crowning glory of most rooms in this house and stood up to the earthquakes well. I'll do a review of the work sometime soon.

Gill said...

While I've been looking forward to your next installment I have laughed my socks of at John Gray and his antics.

Lady Mondegreen's Secret Garden said...

Ah Gill, I'm glad you've discovered John and his shenanigans. He has readers the world over spitting coffee at their computer screens as they laugh at one of his tales or observations.

MrsC (Maryanne) said...

Lovely to see you back, and I can't wait to see the finished rooms, what a glorious house!!!

Lady Mondegreen's Secret Garden said...

Thank you Maryanne, drop in the next time you are down this way.