There's a lot of moss in our Humble Bungalow Garden this time of year.
It must be all the rain that we have been getting.
I'm so happy that this succulent has over wintered, so far so good.
Fingers crossed it stays alive.
Our wee patch of green.
The "lawn" is looking green and lush.
The compost has been spread and bulbs are popping their little heads up.
Spring might be coming early this year.
That straw mop is actually a grassy plant.
The boxwood in the concrete urn is such a performer.
I love boxwood and topiaries...
the black mondo grass is another favourite of mine.
Our Primula's are blooming already!
The snowdrops are about to put on a show...
A little shot of colour was in order today.
Cut Loose vest in chartreuse green worn over a black long sleeved Segments Merino tee.
I threw on the yellow and black print scarf by Saldarini.
Gap Boyfriend Jeans and Timberland Boots complete the OOTD.
Felt like wearing my Aunt Tirzah's fur coat today for warmth.
I love the softness.
It's really too bad that wearing vintage fur has such a stigma attached to it.
Honestly I would love to own and wear a vintage mink coat but would walk in fear of the bearers of red paint!
Teddy might have something to say on the subject...
if only he could talk.
I'm so glad that Le Creuset makes their pots in bright and cheery shades.
They make cooking much more of an event.
Lifting these pots helps keep my upper arms toned.
Love Hermes boxes...always a treat to receive one.
Fruit makes such a colourful and artistic display in the kitchen.
It's the official snack in The Humble Bungalow.
I need to wear bright colours when I am feeling tired.
They lift my spirit.
Do you look to colour for a quick pick~me~up?
An instant mood booster are my red shoes!
Add some red lipstick and everything is brighter.
Sloughing off dead skin energizes me no end.
Can you imagine how soft this wee bunny feels?
It's little body is squishy and cuddly just perfect for snuggling.
When I see this little fellow in Isla's toy basket I often pick him up and give him a squeeze for good measure.
Here's Aunt Tirzah's coat
I found this snapshot in the archives.
My break is over.
I must get back to the jobs at hand...
see you next time when I take a break from the elegance and glamour of domesticity!
"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."
~ Mahatma Gandhi ~