Old Sweetwater

Old Sweetwater

Friday, January 9, 2015

Location, Location, Location

I was reminded of a truth recently: location.... We moved the secretary into the living room with a few garden accessories, [Spring will be here in a few weeks], and it just "clicked." She may be small, but she's a hard working office gal who needed to be out front in a place where she could be accessible and appreciated from all angles. She's got a bit of *bling* but is a no-nonsense organizer.  Yeah, we're gonna get along just fine!


Suz said...

Good grief.......love that clock too
Mure pictures uh hum

Janean said...

Hey, sweet one! I've missed you. I have three floor clocks...must find space for 2 more.

It's me said...

Lovely.....!!!...let spring begin...!!...live Ria...x!

Burlap Luxe said...

The secretary is a charmer and needs to demand attention in a room of beauty and use!
I have a secretary without the top part and it use to sit in the corner of my kitchen and I loved all it stored and the usage was perfect for sending out invoices, notes cards, and such.
I went back into your older postings and found your creative fix to the costly Sheetrock....your tin roof is so much more creative and such a conversation to the room. If I had enough tin I would so do this to my home, (French Cottage)
I can't wait to see more of your home.

Thank you for taking your time to visit me, oh and the berries are on a shrub, in the spring and summer it blooms a lime greenish white bloom like lilacs yet in the colder months it's these deep plum grape coloured berry in clusters like baby grapes, they grow in a hedge like bush....I will get the name of this bush and forward it to you.

Thank you again for visiting, I am now your newest follower.


Janean said...

I'm with you, Ria!

Janean said...

Thank you! Yes, I'd like knowing the name of the bush. I pay my bills and keep my laptop in the secretary. We're becoming good friends. Thank you soooo much for following too! Hugs.

Karen L. Bates said...


Janean said...

Karen, thank you! What a difference 30 feet can make.