Screen Time

It’s thirty-six degrees here and I am looking out my office windows at something dreadful called “wintery mix.” In Seussian fashion I don’t want to go out and I don’t want to stay in, have loads to do but don’t care to begin.  I keep jumping from one thing to the next, though nothing engages me.  The only solace is, as I walk back and forth to the kitchen (I convince myself that the twenty-five steps there and back negate the small square of dark chocolate with orange that I am going to fetch) is the new screens flanking the sofa.  I may need to take just one more pass.

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10 thoughts on “Screen Time

  1. Patricia your living room is equisite! I have not seen a screen that appeals to me so much in a long time!

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  2. You know, as always, I generally don't know what to say when I come by here. But as always, I wanted you to know that I did.


  3. They say that clicking the channel changer once, burns one calorie. On days like this (and btw, it's gray and I'm feeling just like you) I plan on eating while clicking that channel changer 400 times.

  4. Gorgeous screen, but you say "screens"? A pair on either end of the sofa? Would love to see the whole vignette, pretty please! Have been mulling a screen behind a big wing chair to provide some separation between LR and open plan dining area. Would love a good screen source to peruse.

  5. How did I miss this post?
    Those SCREENS! That sofa! Yellow with Greek key pillow! I love this moment and love the angle of the shot. It just captures a moment and a feeling.


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