Monday, February 14, 2011

from the dressing room to the shed roof

This is my dressing room and haven, the furthest point from the outside world.

"The Artsy Cousin would perch on the dressing room steps with a vodka cocktail, speaking of chiaroscuro and the New Poetry."
Today I'm guest posting over at Amid Privilege, entertaining Lisa's Style Archetypes: the Sturdy Gal, the Artsy Cousin, and the Grande Dame. They're on their tour of Europe; Lisa and I are on the shed roof. Do call over and wave at us.

23 comments:

  1. To be fair, it's Scottish Husband's dressing room as well, not just mine, but you'll see that pinkness has overcome the guitar and carburettor motifs.

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  2. I love your post. I thank so you much for sharing your talent with me and the gang. And what, no pink carburetor?

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  3. Does Scottish Husband have a Man Room? Mine has the garage - to cluttered for him or the cars, but it is his.
    Well I am off to see if I can find you. If you see someone sitting astride a scooter wearing a floppy straw hat, waving franctically while balancing a picnic basket - it's me.

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  4. Oh, we're in the pink, alright! woo hoo (calling out)...happy valentine's day...or don't you do heart day in Ireland?

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  5. Read your post and thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank you! xoxo

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  6. You make me love pink more and more.

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  7. your home is quite beautiful!
    lovely blog!

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  8. A dressing room tha befits a lady alright.....Lady Mise, it's lovely.

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  9. Scottish husband is very tolerant/ biddable. Himself thinks that white is daring...
    I love the style archetypes and they would fit in well at yours. However, when they're all there together, I'm sure the shed roof is the place to be. (they'll only come to visit on a dry, sunny day, won't they?)

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  10. And a beautiful haven it is, too. I just hope you're wearing more sensible shoes up on that shed roof than this dressing room implies...

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  11. I went over to read about archetypes. You are too clever for words. Mine anyway! :)

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  12. I'm afaid I'd only make a show of myself if my visit co-incided with theirs, I'd probably have to hide in the shed drinking the chiaroscuro ( see what i mean! )
    until everyone left.

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  13. I think I'd have to be on the shed roof! For reasons quite different from those outlined in such erudite fashion. Oh but you are a legend of modern celtic proportions!

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  14. It looks like pink daughter got her pinkness from pink mama. pretty, calm like yerself.

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  15. It's a wonderful haven, Mise. In a household with four males, five if you include the Budgie, I crave such a place. xx

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  16. Charming just like you are. I will be over for a shout and a holler.

    x Deb

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  17. Well I'm furious that I came late. I've already ranted about it over at privilege and now I'm complaining here.

    So unjust you had this fun party on Valentine's Day. I have pearls. I even have pink pearls.

    I might have trouble getting atop the shed though.

    Is there a ladder?

    xo jane

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  18. Loved your post. Transported back to scenes in Longbourn from Pride and Prejudice. I shall have to call you Miss Mise and Scottish hubbie Mr Darcy?! Will the shed roof hold up for one more??!! Sinead

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  19. I can't even bear the edenosity of this. ooh look, pink made a neologism.

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  20. adoring your dressing room - I just so see myself there :) thanks for popping by the third le xox

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You're looking particularly well.

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