If you're looking for an incredible read, might I suggest "Unbroken" by Laura Hillenbrand. It is the unbelievable true story of Olympic runner and WWII POW, Louie Zamperini. I promise that you will LOVE it, and you will want to discuss it. So, go read it and then come back here and talk to me about it :)
Thought I'd share with you one of the rooms in my house where you're likely to catch me reading. Just through the french doors in the master bedroom is our sunroom.
I love spending time in the sunroom because, well, it's just so darn sunny in there.
Did you spot my other flea market find in the photo? It's a vintage egg crate.
I realize the paint is not vintage, but once again, it was the turquoise color that got me. I think for now I'll use it as a magazine holder.
These Ball jars were also from the flea market. I've seen them overpriced in local antique stores, but they were a bargain in Springfield... and there were TONS of them from which to choose.
Here's a view of the other side of the room.
I know that fake flowers are a major faux pas, and they were all banished from the house with the exception of my peony arrangement. I don't care. I like it :)
The only real plants that survive around here are my succulents.
And, there's always the low-maintenance rock collection option.
This is the kids' art table, which is being outgrown much too quickly for my liking.
My oldest has graduated to the easel. One of his latest creations is on display there now.
Hope you've enjoyed your visit to my sunroom. It's really a great space to sit in the sun, have a cup of coffee, relax and enjoy the solitude. Oh, who am I kidding? I am never alone.
But, at least I have really cute company.
The sunroom is also accessible through our family room, which you can catch a glimpse of here.
I'll show you that room some day. Right now the floor is covered in legos.
The sunroom is my favorite reading spot. Where do you curl up with a good book?
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