Life on an 1857 Farm in Wisconsin.
Kari, Your pictures make me want to register for the night. I'll take the sewing room at the top of the stairs please and a croissant for breakfast. Thanks! Green centers me. Yellow makes me smile. Jani
Jani:I have missed the almost daily postings...with your wonderfully charming comments --- a friend indeed (ever supportive)!! The Bed & Bagel await you any time!**Tonight it is "Popcorn & a Movie" -- although my kitten-littles wished for me to stay in the barn with them some more.Kari
My color is pink.... any shade....
Hey, Dawn, I also love pink. I'm also a newer fan of aqua in almost any shade.I, too, would love to register at your B & B (well, we can pretend, right) for a few nights of R & RSue
I'd say my "soul color" is cobalt blue. But lately I've been painting everything black. Hope that isn't some type of sign!-Cheryl from Baraboop.s. I'm totally a cat person too.
Isn't amazing what meaning/feeling colors hold for us? I always think -- go with a calm color -- then off I go adding yellow & blue & green & even black (welcome Cheryl from Baraboo!).I have heard that orange is the new black! Also love love love the new citrus green! Color - yea!!Kari
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