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Friday, 26 November 2010


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Thanks for the thoughts, lots to think about there & to ponder. William Morris said "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful". I remember that when 'stuff' needs clearing out! And thanks for the beautiful photo...if you have scenes like that to greet you on the way home from work, you will always have something to lift your spirits :) Have a peaceful & re-energising week :)

Jacky S

I love that William Morris quote as well....though I'm afraid I don't live up to it!!!! But I think 'sifting through' and 'letting go' are always re-energising....so I do hope it works for you.


What a lovely post. I can only echo Giselle's hope for you - a peaceful, re-energising week filled only with the very best kind of "stuff"!


Have a wonderful week Alexa :)


Good luck with the purging. I did quite a bit of it as I moved my studio this fall, but there is so much more that I need to do. I know I will feel much better when I've tackled it, and I'm sure you will as well. I'll look forward to hearing how it went.


A great idea Alexa and something I have been thinking about myself recently. Enjoy your week, all of the sorting and purging will be worth the effort!


I am in a season of my life that yearns for purging. Today we have collected a roomful of things to go through. Good luck and I look forward to your blogging return :)

Cheri A.

Beautiful post. Beautiful photo. Enjoy getting rid of all the "stuff" that is zapping your energy. I'm sure you'll feel better once it is done!

Jennie Hart

That is a beautiful photo Alexa, have a lovely week.


Good for you :-) I've been absent from blogworld a little while myself - just catching up now - hope all's well with you xx

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