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Rob Ryan Fabric Bunting
|4/27/11 01:13 PM|
This isnt for everyone, but i play worship music while i'm preparing for guests to come over. It helps me shed a layer of self-focusedness/ the grumps/ criticalness/ whatever so that i can be warmer host and more attuned to the people i'm wanting to make feel loved and welcomed. And on a more practical note, my husband and i try to keep a healthy stock of beer on hand. Other friends of ours can hold down the wine fort -- we're the beer people. And another thing: who doesn't love seeing a picture of themselves when they arrive at someone else's home? I do. So we try to display framed photos of most of the people we know (especially those who are likely to drop by)... so they feel valued. I cant wait to read more posts.
Home is Where the Heart Is: What Makes a Home a "Home"
|4/27/11 11:13 AM|
I know I'm jumping in a bit late to this thread, but I have to agree that when I was 8,this room would have been a dream. I have two darling nieces (7 and 9), and both of them would swoon over a room like this - partly because this room is so gorgeous and partly because their mother has instilled in them parts of her own aesthetic. I suspect this is he same in Isabella's case, and there is nothing wrong with a child having sensible taste. I'm sure she has plenty of toys and imaginative little do-dads and wouldn't be whipped if she played with markers in her room. That is silliness. Bravo, Isabella's mom. Don't listen to the haters.
Isabella's Beautiful Blue Bedroom
Small Kids, Big Color Entry #30
|4/16/11 12:22 PM|