November 8, 2009

Today I've dreamt of Paint...

Photo via jpegmag.com

When i stepped off the back stair this morning to let the dog out, i didn't feel a temperature change... It seems to me that 75 is a bit on the warm side for November, but who a I to lecture the weather. I was planning to sit myself down all day today and churn out as many Shelf Cities as I could muster... But seeing as the air is so warm, i might just have to change my plan.

I also Stumbled upon this photo of a sweetly painted house that i wanted to share. Reason being, these are the exact colors id like to paint our house one day when we remove the bane of my existence- these horrid fake rocks on the front of our house... Ill get there one day, but for now ill just drool over this lovely image.

I did begin to pull out all of the overgrowth in the vegetable bed yesterday morning, but got called away for a day with visiting relatives soon after. And though i worked about an hour, there is still far more to do. I mean i really let things get out of hand once we hit the heat of summer this year. Things flourished, they just did so under a blanket of morning glories, volunteer tomatoes, and stubborn grasses. So perhaps ill get some more of that done today... as well as some house work, i suppose :(

Well, I've eaten a bowl of warm cinnamon oatmeal and I've opened all the curtains and let the light in, which never fails to do the trick...

Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!

4 comments:

Emily said...

Cinnamon oatmeal sounded so good, I made some for breakfast this morning. I think I'll be doing this more often! I also have all my curtains open and I'm enjoying all the light. :) Love the paint on that house!

The Oak Leaves said...

Cinnamon is definitely the best! Glad your enjoying the sun today, im not any more cause ive gotten a retched cold an its making my eyes water... Cant wait for that to end!

jessica, a miniature rhino said...

i also want a home with a red door one day. the dark wood and red door just seem like how it should be done..

The Oak Leaves said...

Yes,
Too many homes are all that mush of beige, yellow, and tan... I need something more dramatic than that!