Week in photos (52-55)

As my replacement memory card arrived on Thursday, we now resume our scheduled Sunday programming.

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55/365. My friend Kathryn and her Sunday necklace.

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54/365. Morning tea by the heater with my Chicago girl who came to visit.

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53/365. The 1940's Christian romance novel that I just finished. Terrible but nice.

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52/365. On winter afternoons, it is blue outside and golden inside.

10 comments:

her chicago girl 2/13/2011 6:24 PM  

Kathryn! I adore Kathryn! And I adore that necklace as well.

sui 2/13/2011 7:04 PM  

your room looks lovely.

Erin 2/13/2011 8:01 PM  

I love that necklace!

aipingplum 2/13/2011 8:20 PM  

Aw, I love mac! Best living arrangement I've ever had. (An RA who gave the most amazing back massages, my own room, two best friends on the same floor, and the simple living girls right across the hall) Hope you're enjoying it!

Holly 2/13/2011 8:29 PM  

Girl and Erin - big round beads are my favorite; I don't even care if they're plastic or turquoise. she said they were here grandmother's.

sui - thank you :) I really love it in here.

aipingplum - Evans, actually! top floor is women now. I really am loving it. it's the room I hoped for when I was in high school visiting Wheaton and imagining what being in college would be like.

Jenica 2/13/2011 9:44 PM  

Terrible but nice? How can something be terrible but nice?

Holly 2/13/2011 9:57 PM  

Jenica - The writing was not good at all, especially the dialogue, ESPECIALLY the romantic dialogue. Nice because...old books like that kind of charm me. They let me into a happy, silly imagined past where there are no worries. You know?

hila 2/15/2011 9:23 PM  

I like your Sunday programming, awesome photos.

odessa 2/15/2011 10:00 PM  

i lurve your room, holly! <3

Holly 2/15/2011 11:26 PM  

hila - Thank you, I'm really glad you enjoy. :)

Odessa - So do I! Haha. Better than my room at home!

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