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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Time Out Dreaming

I'm confined to staying indoors, whilst the rest of the world is enjoying this .......

I've pulled out my favorite books, and spent the days idling away the time.
Dreaming and oohing and aahing.




Accompanied by my favorite reading companion, and indulging in lots of chocolate.

Such is the life of privilege

21 comments:

Sandra said...

of course i comment first on your companion. soooo pretty kitty.
i would love to be confined in that pathway in the first photo. and what fun reading and snapping photos of your magazines. signs of and addicted photogrpaher. I should know because I would do the same thing

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Good morning Jo,
Well...if you have to be confined to inside then you've got some wonderful books to keep you busy and a sweet kitty to keep you company. Sounds pretty good to me. Take care of that knee.
Maura :)

Gaston Studio said...

The perfect companion; silent, soft and unconditional love. Hope you're feeling better today.

Deb said...

Without that beautiful kitty it just wouldn't have been purr-fect. Enjoy while we enjoy your beautiful blog. Hugs, Deb =^..^=x5

Sharon said...

Good company! I'm beside myself, I should be able to read again in a month! Oh, I can read now, with great difficulty, so haven't been able to really read! You have some interesting books there!

DJan said...

That is NOT what it looks like outside my window, but instead rain and wind that knocked all the leaves off the trees. But that is a beautiful picture, and that companion is so sweet!

COUNTRY GAL said...

Pretty kitty ! I would be doing exactly as you did for this post if I was confined to the house, great photos ! Hope you mend! soon !

Barbara Anne said...

What good use of your enforced time on the sidelines of life. No doubt, your welcoming and lovely home is a joy and comfort to your soul and spirit.

I'm writing down the titles of the books in hopes they're at our library.

Happy healing! Better a sprained ACL than one that's torn and requires surgery for repair.

Hugs!

Patsy said...

Chocolate always make things better. You will be back in the garden walking about soon I hope.

Snapper II said...

What a beautiful fall scene it is like a tunnel of colors.

Anita said...

Soo pretty kitty cat!!!


an all the photoes are good!!

Me to is staying indoors!!Baking muffins and reading home cottage

Havea lovely evening!!:))

Deanna said...

This pic of Autumn is outstanding and I haven't seen anything like it here this year.

Our Fall has not been as colorful as last. Think it was too dry.

God bless and be refreshed,
d

George said...

I've heard that chocolate works wonders for both the body and the soul. Enjoy your reading. I really like your first picture.

Linda Starr said...

what beautiful colors and a wonderful kitty to cuddle up with.

Peggy Montano & Paintings said...

I had the knee problem and broken tibia during the winter months. I laid/sat up here and looked at the snow.

Get better soon. It's raining here so no going out to walk in the leaves. Time for some Earl Grey.

Kenneth Larsson said...

Books can be great but there's nothing like the real thing ;-) I like your blog and the pictures is just fab.

Cheers!

Dee said...

Beautiful...my kind of day♥

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Jo, Hope you are feeling better. Take care of that knee.... It's a wonderful time to sit back and relax with a great book --and a pretty kitty keeping us company.... Life is good!!!!!!

Love that first photo. WOW!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Rebecca said...

I'm sorry about the circumstance, but envious about your reading material. I plan to get out MY stack of Christmas issues of my favorite magazines from years past soon! I recycle most all the OTHER issues, but these I keep...

Barbara said...

Beautiful. Sorry to read that you have injured your knee and hope that b y now you are well recovered and can get out working in the garden again.

Mmm said...

All those books look so wonderful. Ahhh indeed.