Sunday, April 3, 2011

Blue Chair


This is the chair that will end up costing me more than $8.00. It's the one I went out to get from a vendor's van and the wind caught the door and broke the glass out of the window.


I'm joining Mellow Yellow Monday at http://mellowyellowmonday.blogspot.com/ and Blue Monday at http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/

12 comments:

  1. what an incredible picture- it belongs on the cover of Country Living!

    Karen

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  2. I agree! great picture!
    ps is that trellis for sale??

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  3. I agree. Great picture. And great chair. But more than that, you'll always have the story to tell. It'll get really funny over time. I was sleepy when I read the other post about the wind and the door and the broken glass and wasn't clear in my mind whether it was your vehicle or the dealer's. Oooo. I see now. I'm more alert today. That's like getting a speeding ticket going to yard sales. Not good.

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  4. You do such fabulous pictures of your treasures, Rebecca ... sorry about the window.
    Happy April ~
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

    GIVEAWAY ends 4.5

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  5. It's captured beautifully...

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  6. So pretty!

    Would you mind to see my entry? Thanks and have a good week.

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  7. I'm glad to see you using it. Thanks for sharing your blues.

    Happy Blue Monday, Ella Mae.

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  8. very classic chair, but i like the way you arranged everything to get this photo

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  9. That little blue chair looks very nice the way you are using it. I understand about the wind. It is terrible here. 40 to 50 miles per hour.

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  10. Gorgeous!

    Please come take a look at my entry, thank you!

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  11. Great shot! Sorry about the windoow!

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  12. Hey Rebecca, that's a great ad for ForeverMore - now you can tell all the gals where they can get more cool stuff like the chair! And since you told them the super price they know to expect bargains at my next open house! But they needn't worry about stuff costing "extra" since MY "lesson number one" from Brocton is different from yours - After two hours of shopping for quotes on replacement glass - which is an insult to whole concept of "shopping" which ought to be fun - I have learned to never, ever, ever hand over the keys to my sweet "Vanna White" :).
    ~ Jill

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