March 10, 2016

In the Bedroom ...

Good morning my Lovelies.  It's early here!  Why I am up?  Who knows!  Hope your day is a great one.

It hasn't stopped raining since I arrived in Duncan ... I am wondering if I'm accidently doing some sort of a 'rain dance' ... unintentional of course.  Can't believe how it's coming down.  Yesterday I didn't venture out -- just tooooo wet.

Things are happening in the bedroom.  I now have a lovely new vanity - just the right size (found for me by Ray, of course).  When I first came home, Ray gave me a 'bustle chair' ... a beautiful antique piece.  Women (when they wore bustles, could fling it over the low side of the chair so they could be at least somewhat comfortable).  It's lovely in the bedroom ... just right to drape my clothes on at night.  :o)

The top drawer is lined with red velvet and has small compartments on one side, which would hold jewelry, or make up etc.  I adore it.

Isn't this a gorgeous old piece.  In love!

I had a communication from "the boys' who are driving my things up.  They are currently in California and are targeting the ferry from the States for Saturday.  YES!  This Saturday!  It will be a big day, as I must be there to go through customs with my goods.  Will keep you posted on that.

Thanks for dropping by.  I'll be around to see you all soon.  Take care and make your moments beautiful.
“There is something beautiful about a blank canvas, the nothingness of the beginning that is so simple and breathtakingly pure. It’s the paint that changes its meaning and the hand that creates the story. Every piece begins the same, but in the end they are all uniquely different.”
- Piper Payne

11 comments:

  1. Welcome home, Donna! I putting a request in for nicer weather, should be activated soon :)

    Love your newly acquired furniture, absolutely gorgeous!!

    Hugs
    Yvonne

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  2. Beautiful pieces of furniture and lots for you to look forward to as well. Love the quote today

    Hugs Chrissie xx

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  3. Wow-- beautiful pieces! Finger crossed for Saturday Donna!
    Hope you feel completely recoverd meanwhile!
    Take care!
    oxo
    Susi

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  4. You have some gorgeous pieces there Sweetie, that chair is fantastic. All shall be well..... Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Progress indeed. I have never seen a bustle chair and Ray found a beautiful one as well as the dresser. You will soon be comfortable in your new home and the weather must improve. It is raining here too.
    Hugs,
    Carolyn

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  6. oh how i wish things were happening in my bedroom!

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  7. It must have been very difficult to leave but the furniture is gorgeous and how nice to have that. It has to cheer you up! Hope the furniture arrives as expected and you can get organizd and back into the swing of life on Vancouver Island. Hugs.

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  8. Welcome home, Donna. I'm sending you some heat and sunshine from Cairo, where I've just been, and from Athens, where I am. It's blowing in the right direction - be there soon, I hope.

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  9. Lucky you that things are happening in the bedroom Donna ;D
    I have to admit that I've never heard of a bustle chair. You must be thrilled that everything is coming together. Welcome home and lets hope that the better weather arrives soon too.
    Enjoy your weekend

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  10. I am so glad you are home and am thrilled you are making it your own. Really Donna your must be such a special person to collect such special people around you!! Ray is a real jewel and senses out your personality completely. I know you will make this new home of yours completely. I have followed you for a while and know how very positive you are. You are indeed my heroine!
    Love you Sandy XX

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  11. We are having unceasing rain too except today we have some moments of real sunshine. Your antique furniture is lovely. The dresser is similar to what my mother and daddy set up housekeeping with in 1933. On the back of the mirror was a notation: resilvered in 1929. I always wondered just when the mirror was silvered in the first place.

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