Monday, November 7, 2011

Where I blog

Thought I'd share my quiet corner with you.  It's where I work, where I blog, where I draw (badly) and where I like to sit and watch the bees and the snails (yes snails!) in my roses.


I love peonies - they bloom for such a short season.

You see!  Snails in my (rather wilted) rose outside the window!

25 comments:

  1. Oh it's so pretty! I looooove the hot air balloon :-)

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  2. Such a pretty room, I wish I could grow peonies.

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  3. A Gorgeous blogging corner in a lovely room....bliss

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  4. Oh, so neat, so white, so you...I don't believe that the Little Boks are feral...either you have them tamed or isolated in pens.

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  5. I love it! It looks so calm and peaceful and white. Also love the touch of colour from the flowers and the balloon is excellent. Where did you find it? Altogether... thank you for this little glimpse of your home! gxo

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  6. Thanks guys :)

    Mel I love it too - an actual hot air balloon could be part of your adventures!

    Greenthumb, I have no idea how to grow peonies but I would love to. They are so beautiful.

    Hi Daff, hope you've got some flowers inside to cheer you up. HUGS!

    Hazel your comment made me laugh so much! Pens for kids sounds like a fabulous idea! Maybe we could market it...? It just so happens that Master Bok (2) has drawn all over the floors and walls again tonight (for the fifth time) but I love crayola washable textas - they just wipe off! And Miss Bok loves to clean for snacks ;)

    Georgie, I got my balloon from jasper junior in Melbourne city. I'm sure they'd send you one..they come in loads of colours, pastels and primarys and they have a lovely hanging mobile too.

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  7. So sunny and crisp and clean. The hot air balloon is fabulous. x

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  8. Thank you so much for coming to visit and for the lovely comment you left! I'm so excited to be able to return your visit, especially since a wonderful blogging friend who lives in Washington is very eager to get her own chickens. I'm going to send her your link. She currently holidaying with family, so I doubt she'll visit before she gets back home. Her name is Alison and she authors Bonney Lassie, a really wonderful blog. You may want to pay her a visit in the meantime!

    I love your quiet computing/creative time spot! It's beautiful and calm looking in shades of white and the flowers are gorgeous! I also love your sense of humour!

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  9. What a gorgeous spot in your house. I love seeing snippets from your house as it reminds me of the potential in Betsy if we just keep at it. melx

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  10. thanks for your lovely comment today, i've never been to the warrandyte markets {oh i love markets} and i love peonies lisa

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  11. Oh that would be such an inspiring place to sit to blog and draw and be creative! I don't have any flair at all for decorating lol

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  12. Lovely corner. I like peony too. Wish we have some plants growing here.

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  13. Such a beautiful space to work - thank you for sharing

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  14. Lovely, Calm, Peaceful, Clean, Fresh and so Pretty, not an ounce of clutter in your way. Makes for a clear mind! I sit at my office desk when I blog and look at all the other things I really should be doing. I think I may need to find a tranquil spot like this, complete with fresh flowers... :)

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  15. A very inspiring spot! It also seems like a peaceful spot which I find inspiring as well.

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  16. gosh no wonder you write such a lovely blog. It looks so peaceful and serene. I love the curtains too.

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  17. Beautiful room Mrs Bok. Perfect space for working in.

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  18. Such a light filled beautiful spot in which to work.

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  19. oohh very posh! I won't show you where I blog. Too much mess and papers everywhere!

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  20. So beautiful!

    I would show you a photo of my blogging station too, but Little D just drew all over the desk with laundry marker and stuffed random things into a half full drink glass :) Apart from that, it's immaculate*

    *for varying definitions of immaculate that include large piles of paperwork and a thick layer of dust ;P

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  21. Oh what a lovely space, how I would love to look out your window, snails and all.

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  22. Oh to have a peaceful spot. I resort to blogging from my bedroom, the only spot I can (sometimes) escape the chaos. The only problem is that Miss Two can open the door, Baby Good seems to be psychic and knows when I sit down and open the laptop so decided to wake up, and I hide all the washing, clean or dirty in here when visitors come so it's hard to find a vacant spot to sit. For now I'll just imagine I have a spot like your's until either the kids grow up or we get a bigger house.

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