Sunday, November 14, 2010

Happy Monday everyone :)
Thanks so much for all your lovely comments, I really do appreciate each and every one of them.  I don't always get to reply because I am so time poor these days (four kids does that to you!) but please know that I am very grateful that anyone takes a minute out of their probably also very busy day to leave a comment!

You'll be happy to know that the trunk is still here in the  family room and although Husband's initial comment on seeing it was "how long is that staying there", it looks so at home in here now and I love it!  It would look great with a driftwood star or two ha ha but let's not go there, what a disaster that was!!  I have a new project in mind now (thanks Felicity for the idea!) but I'll wait until it's fait accompli before I blog about it (learnt my lesson there!!).
I want to move the chiffonier in too but I just don't know where to put it - I'm running out of walls to put it against - still looking.

It's such a beautiful day here, with my favourite shades of blue in the sky.  I've got my white sheets on the line and they look just so fresh, so crisply white and summery out there I wanted to take a photo*! 

Here's a photo of the sky instead (taken five minutes ago, I love the sky here, must be something to do with the ocean reflecting, or is that vice versa?!?)

Have a great Monday :)
Cheers x

* ok, so I actually did take a photo of the washing on the line, all that brilliant white, and that beautiful blue sky, I couldn't resist, but it's a sad day indeed when it's the washing on the line that gives so much pleasure ;)


Raine and Sage said...

Yep that sky with the glorious warm weather we're having is heaven in Noosa. Crisp fresh white sheets tonight. Heaven! Do you like the song by Ben Lee 'Love Me like The World Is Ending'? One of the lyrics is " i know i know the sky is what makes the ocean blue" you just reminded me of it. I really like the song! :) x

Noosa Beach House said...

Oh yes, I do like it, I've got that in my head now!! And yes, the sheets were heaven, nothing better really!! x

Jackie Britton said...

Hello from Malta. I love your Driftwood. I collect mine from the UK, where I live and bring it to the beautiful Island of Malta in the Mediterranean sea where I live for part of the year. I am introducing Driftwood to the Maltese slowly as they don't get Driftwood here...which is surprising. By the way, never heard of Noosa. Jackie...check out my Pinterest page Jackie Britton, Driftwood Artist UK and Malta