The Cottage Journal's Facebook pictures. After awhile, I started "designing" a home with all the cozy pictures I liked. This one shows a bright, airy bedroom and — look! — there are books on the bed. Clawdia could gaze in two different directions from these windows.
heat advisory in St. Louis.) The nice thing about living in a retirement center, though, is not having to mow the grass. I guess I'll just have to hire someone to do it in my imaginary home.
mountain home from The Cottage Journal. There are not a lot of steps up to the front door, for one thing. That matters for older folks. This photo and the one above show a bit of a problem, since I don't want stairs to climb in my make-believe mansion. We'll just have to change the design a bit. Let's pretend I know what I'm doing.
book blogger friend Nancy toured part of England in 2011, though I just discovered some of her photos on Facebook. If this imaginary home is an English cottage, I'll just imagine myself in an English town by going through Nancy's photos of the countryside, like this one taken near Lynton and Lynmouth. Would you like to come visit me, when I finish building my country cottage in the clouds?