Sunday, September 11, 2011

I've Gone Too Far

I saw the line and I crossed it, but who could resist a vintage crocheted cushion? Not me, no sir. 




In other news; I was down for the count with a cold yesterday and spent most of the day in bed... okay, so I felt better by lunch time but I dragged it out as much as possible to make the most of being alone. The Lady Baby is a little less snotty and will now sleep on something other than me. She is getting chubby and I delight in her cellulite at every available opportunity, even changing her nappy is an excuse to pinch some flubb. The Young Man has resumed the ol' sleep through the night trick (I'll tell you more about that later) and even did so at his Nanny and Pa's last night giving Dave and I the opportunity to drink a little red wine.

Today is the air is crispy and the sun is shining, possibility is everywhere. Who knows what we will do.

Linking up with Her Library Adventures

22 comments:

  1. I don't blame you for not resisting and it's orange which is a bonus! Glad to hear you're all feeling better :) x p.s I have to get those bogies too. I'm not happy until I've got them.

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  2. gorgeous!!
    hope the lurgies leave the premises soon.
    cheryl xox.

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  3. Line, what line? I love the cushion, especially the bright colours and scalloped edging. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.:)Sam

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  4. Happy sunshiny day to you sweet neighbor. Hope you drank that lemon and ginger tea! I'll pop down in the next few days x

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  5. beeeautiful! i love the sound of pinching bubba flub and possibility being everywhere. wise words ladycakes. xx

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  6. It's just lovely - no line crossing at all!

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  7. Orange! Arancione! Anaranjado! L'orange!!!!!!

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  8. LOVE the cushion... and I too am a big fan of bubbalite! x

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  9. I would never pass a chance for a cushion like that its perfection in a cushion! x

    http://thegypsyandthefox.blogspot.com/

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  10. I can't resist bubba chubs either and I most certainly wouldn't have been able to resist that cushion :)
    x

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  11. I ADORE that cushion! Almost as much as I adore the flubb of my Little M's thighs. Almost.

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  12. Great striking colours. Hoping soon to have the skill to make this myself.

    Enjoy your sunday arvo.

    xx

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  13. Love the patterns and adore orange...a good decision on your part!

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  14. Oh go and enjoy the sunshine - you granny! (granny as crochet, not because you have grey permed hair!). Enjoy your adventures... Lou xx

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  15. That is the best orange cushion I've seen in a long time, love it!

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  16. Loving the crocheted cushion Emily, fabulous colours! And oh, isn't baby cellulite the best!? I LOVE seeing all that extra chub rolling out of my bubba's nappy. I am always saying it's the only time in your life when that many rolls of skin can look good :o) xo

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  17. great cushion! i just downloaded a tutorial on making a granny square pillow cover. i think all my pillows shall be covered.

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  18. LOVE that cushion. Beautiful and unique= perfect! I'm your newest follower from the Spearmint Alexa Blog Hop. I hope you'll visit/follow me back at http://designingdawn.com Have a great Sunday!

    -Dawn

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  19. Anyone who could resist such a glorious cushion is a fool. No line was crossed here, rest assured. Any way you need bright sunny things in your house when you are feeling run down. Get better soon x

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  20. You go ahead and cross that line! Love the cushion. Hope you are all feeling well today :)

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  21. Loving that cushion .... and good on you for staying in bed all day. Sounds perfect to me!!

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  22. My grandmother had cushions like this and every time I see one like it I can smell breakfast cooking. Lovely.

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em