Thursday, February 9, 2012

Thursday evening

Not one, but two, bunches of yellow flowers made it into my shopping cart this week.

My hair is longer than it's been since I was a kid. Not deliberately, per se; it keeps growing, and I keep liking it. It tends to slip down the back of my shirt, however, and I panic that some sort of creepy crawly thing has made its way there.

We're all kind of running on empty at this point in the week, for reasons not obvious to me. Thank goodness tomorrow's Friday. And I have plans for Friday evening. How about that.

Happy Thursday. xo

9 comments:

kaye i. said...

Those beautiful yellow flowers and the table runner really adds a pop of colour.

I walked my dog around the park today and everything's just so gray. Oh, and I put her in a yellow dog raincoat.

It's almost the weekend. Have a great one!

Purple Flowers said...

I like the way you photograph your home.

Masako said...

I like your blog. Beautiful and calm photos. Very nice!

Tracy said...

I have a bunch of yellow flowers in the window going on three weeks. They possess a will to live that inspires. I really must buy a bunch or two more. The weather is winter chilly and overcast at the moment. But as I write this I can see the lilac buds just waiting...waiting...and I am envious of your le crueset. I believe I am the only one left who does not own one.

The F Girl said...

I love those yellow flowers. I am in a bit of a yellow kick lately. Don't know why. Maybe it's just my longing for spring that shows itself that way :) Love your photographs, as always. I wish you a wonderful weekend!

KPiep said...

My hair is longer lately, too, but in my case it's because I'm being too lazy and cheap to go get it cut!

robyn said...

Friday night plans are the best :) Have a great time.

Diane said...

Your photos are so beautiful - I look forward to each of your posts, and really love the yellows and gold in this one. Enjoy your Friday!

Francesca said...

I had the same feeling when I grew my hair longer a couple of years ago!