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Miscellaneous Monday #3

whilst waiting for some shops to open in Kensington
(it was going on 10.15am)
I marvelled at some of the windows and contents
and not at a certain reflection...

click to enlarge , if you must

Comments

  1. How cute are those chairs for card club!! They don't look very comfy, but how comfy do you need to be while playing bridge?

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  2. Hi Saz, lovely to catch up with you. And to read your thoughts on being alone - they rang many bells for me. Happy New Year, with love, M xx
    PS Loved the film trailers - what a good idea.

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  3. I ADORE those chairs!!! And YOU are lovely as always...okay...so I'll crawl back into my hole now...not supposed to be out and about today...couldn't resist! Love you! ~J.

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  4. Gorgeous chairs! Each one would be a great conversation piece and I think men would be the ones to gravitate towards them.

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  5. those are great cards, I dread to think how much they cost.............

    Gill in Canada

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  6. I justlike hearing you say "whilst" and "if you must" take care~rick

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  7. The heart chair is my favorite, but I'd love to have the entire set. Did you check the prices?

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  8. Well, you don't tell us the price! They are really cute and so are you!

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  9. girls and guys- the old saying.' if you have to ask the price....'

    no price in window of this bijou, bespoke furniture spoke..


    Rikkj- why can't l access your blog, have you stopped...gosh l do hope not....

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  10. Can you imagine the house where those chairs would be at home? Huge, minimalist, no kids.

    Love ya.

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  11. Now you know if there is a option to click and a dare of "if you must" then I must. Sad article that I am

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  12. I love these chairs!

    The couple looking out of the window in Montmartre and waving are a Greek couple. I think that it's actually a likeness of them. It just took my breath away.

    Happy New Year, Saz.

    Catherine

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  13. Well those are cute.. card suits.. and the quQueen of hearts in the reflection.

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  14. But of course, I must! Is it you then? :)

    Those chairs!!

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  15. It's like "Where's Wally?"!

    Love those chairs though.

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  16. Oh how very clever .. bridge chairs!

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Thanks for stopping by!

Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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