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I like to look at furniture and imagine what it would look like in my home. Today I saw a variety of interesting chairs.
The totally comfortable chair. Good for reading or lounging in.
The stuffed animal chair. You want this one by your bed so your friends (Mr. Owl, Mr. Frog, Mrs. Monkey, and Teddy) can be right by you all night long.
The straight backed chair for when you just want to perch on the edge of a chair so your dress doesn't get wrinkled.
The set of identical chairs in case you have twins coming over and they like to dress alike and sit in matching chairs.
And last but most definitely not least. The pheasant chair. I haven't figured out yet who this would be good for. But surely everyone knows someone who wants to sit in a pheasant chair.
I saw all these chairs today at Nell Hills with my friends, the quails, who are NOT to be confused with pheasants.
This is the point in the day when they were done with photo taking. "Pump the brakes on the pictures Carol! We are hungry!" Jamie really knows how to turn a phrase.
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Ha! Love Nell Hill's. Love chairs (I have a Pinterest board of chairs). :)
Judy H. |
09/13/2012 at 10:10 PM
OH YES! That pheasant chair is for ME ME ME...the bird lover, watcher, collector of bird books, bird feathers. I love all things birdy. That first chair is great too!
Joan Clarke |
09/13/2012 at 10:50 PM
The first chair for me, I'm a bit of a couch potato so that one would be just right...lol you gals look like your having a great time, enjoy your dinner, by the time you read this dinner would of be over , so I hope it was good. Nothing like a girls outing, and I say just snap away...lol
09/13/2012 at 11:35 PM
Loved this post - and that chair with the owl and the froggie?! Oh, I want..how did you not succumb to stuffie temptation?
Jane Bumar |
09/16/2012 at 10:21 AM
Looks like fun! Miss my quail friends!
Megan W |
09/16/2012 at 06:27 PM
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