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Diningroom Table Plans
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diningroom table plans - The Straw-Cutter's
The Straw-Cutter's Daughter (by Raoul De Navery) and the Portrait in My Uncle's Dining-Room (by Madame Charles Reybaud) Ed. by Lady G.
Title: The Straw-Cutter's Daughter (by Raoul De Navery) and the Portrait in My Uncle's Dining-Room (by Madame Charles Reybaud) Ed. by Lady G. Fullerton. Transl General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1874 Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: Yves became more gloomy and irritable as the time of Armelle's majority approached -- sometimes he was half mad, and felt ready to crush her under his feet. Her father too was furious with her; he had conqiiered Annette, but it seemed as if he could not conquer her daughter. He had insulted, beaten her -- all in vain. Never once had Yves dared to speak to his brother of the rivalry between them; he felt that everything was in Aubin's favour -- his high character, his parents' affection, Armelle's love ; while he himself had nothing but her unnatural father's favour. And his heart told him that Armelle would never yield. CHAPTER V. TEN LIVES FOR ONE. One evening the two brothers walked- together to a neighbouring village ; their father wanted a tool repaired at the ploughwright's, and a new knife bought. It was a sweet soft evening ; only every now and then heavy masses of cloud hid the moon. Aubin's step was light, his heart glad; for in a few months Armelle would be free, and his wife. ' There's no need to hurry so,' said Yves; ' it is a fine night.' Aubin slackened his pace. Then they began talking of the old tailor who was making a wedding suitfor a neighbour of theirs, of another neighbour who had taken a farm, of the fair which was just over, of the crops, and of the village girls. ' The rose of Saint Aubin du Cormier is in no hurry to marry, it seems.' ' Time enough,' answered Aubin. ' You think so, do you ?' ' Certainly I do.' ...
A Study in Peacock: A Little Girl's Vision
I had another picture planned for this morning, but my granddaughter altered my decision. In an instant. You know that as grandparent, you have done something right, when a little 5-year, in a sweet sing-songy voice says, "Nana, I have something to show you. There is something that you'll like to see." I got off my chair and reluctantly followed her lead (after all, I was busy working on Flickr). I stopped, stunned, and gasped at the beauty her young eyes had seen. During the outloading of my warehouse, I came across my most beloved box of real peacock feathers (there are some things you simply don't part with). Yesterday, I pulled them out of their protective box, and unceremoniously shoved them into a vase. I absent-mindedly put the vase on our diningroom table, and forgot about them. Until this morning. Until my llittle Arwen, who has obviously been paying some attention to her eccentric Nana, invited me to look around the corner. For just a short while, in the morning, our front room receives some of the prettiest early morning sun. The peacock feathers had caught that sunshine in a fan of gossamer glory. Every fibre had caught a bit of sun, holding it as delicately as one would hold spun gold. Arwen laughed as I nearly fell down the stairs in my rush to get to my camera. "I knew you would do that," she quipped. "I knew you would get your camera." Her giggles were nearly as golden as the sunlight trapped in the intricate textures of the feathers. This one is for you my darling little granddaughter. May you forever see the beauty that the Father pours out upon us daily. And, maybe -- someday -- you, too, will be alerted by your own granddaugher to the fleeting beauty in the front room. Love Nana ~~Sheree Zielke~~
We are borrowing a table from a friend while it wasn't being used, so I had to move everything around in my dining room (which is also where I do my arts and crafts, and the computer room/office, and the "let's stash all our junk" here room), so you can imagine it took a while to move. I changed the bookshelf up and added a few new things. The cat and the crystal at bottom are new from the antique shopping trip I went on the other day. Also the bird book was found a while ago at the thrift store. Behind the turtle waterer is a picture to hang, and a turtle that I plan to mosaic. Both found on the antique trip. I'm sure this will change again soon because I'm neurotic like that and I constantly have to change everything around in my house, but I thought this was a pretty setup.
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