Jul 08, 2011

by English Muse

We’ve had so many sleepovers at our house this summer…


The living room has become a crash pad for girls and animals.
It also happens to be the only room in our house with air conditioning…
Lately I’ve been thinking about sleeping outside in the hammock.

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10 Responses to “Sleeping in”

  1. life is happy most of the time. says:

    so cute and sweet! i love a good sleepover! xx

  2. Giulia says:

    What darlings!

    The hammock sounds good.

    xo

    Susan & little Julie the cat (who would love to be there)

  3. Our Youth says:

    Oh, how adorable. I love sleepovers!

  4. Tamara says:

    Is that a schipperke puppy? I have an older model, with a tiny bit of salt and pepper beginning.

    Your armoire is gorgeous.

  5. Santafire says:

    up on that cabinet… it's a real cat posing, right??

  6. Andremartin says:

    Thank you SO much. I could not be more flattered. I am in such great company here!

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  7. Mal says:

    The first picture of your cat is fantastic, almost like they're just part of the decor. And the pup is so adorable!

    Hammock sounds like a top notch idea.

    http://chicgeekery.blogspot.com/

  8. Alice says:

    I love hammocks. If I could choose how to die it would be in a hammock between two trees on a hot summer day with a light breeze with the leafy branches casting shadows dancing over me, listening to my favorite song after just imbibing my favorite wine.

    Sorry if that's a morbid thought!

    Just a Silhouette

  9. Cynthia's Blog says:

    Such wonderful summer memories. Sleeping in a hammock is the best.

    Cynthia
    http://coffeeonthepatio.com
    http://www.cynthiasblog.com

  10. SisterBatik says:

    So cute – summer is definitely for slumbering : )

    http://sisterbatik.blogspot.com/

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