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I think I'll have a spot of tea with Jane Austen and Mr. Darcy at this dreamy terrace overlooking a manicured lawn.
teri-71teri-71 2nd favorite jane austen novel, but in all honesty captain wentworth is somewhat more accomplished than mr. darcy. i still love both though.
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mustardeyemustardeye This is from Pride and Prejudice. Yeah, I am a huge Jane Austen fan. Add Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy and I melt. Ahhh...
ThemeTheme Dancing with Mr. Darcy: Stories Inspired by Jane Austen and Chawton House Library by Sarah Waters
AmethystAmethyst If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more. - Mr. Knightley (Emma, Jane Austen) Awww...
carmencarmen Dixie cornbread. I already have what I consider to be a bulletproof cornbread recipe, but I think I'll give this one a try. Never hurts to
lucindalucinda Sangria cupcakes with the recipe. She moved her blog but I tracked it down! I think this means I'll have to make them. ;)
denise.sudenise.su I don't think I have the courage to chop off all my hair, so for now I'll just stare at Frankie Sandford for inspiration.
delladella I have built up the vintage dresser/sideboard turned vanity to the point I can't purchase one because I think I'll find a better one... But
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loulou The Sun on Cheekwood Lawn
I think this piece is as close as anything to expressing how different Dale Chihuly's work is than any other artist, past or present. I honestly do not know of anyone who would have ever collected hundreds of pieces of (seemingly) ramdom-formed glass, attached them together to what must be an impressive substructure, placed them outdoors, and lit them at night. Most artist treat glass as a natural element that, when formed, must be treated tenderly. Chihuly, on the other hand, treats the glass as a new force of nature, created to rival and compliment it.
rosannarosanna Living Stones: I had forgotten about these until I just stumbled across them again on Apartment Therapy. I think Living Stones are incredible--they're the super modern version of the giant nest pillow we had growing up. Someday I'll have a room just like this--empty save a corner filled with living stones.