The countless myriad little ways that makes your home, your home.

We've been reshuffling, dismantling, repurposing and here comes my favourite part, throwing things out. 

You know when you first move in with someone, you listen to all the things people tell you, you buy all the stuff you were supposed to buy for a home, when alas! relieved to have seemingly gathered all that you should need, you realized at one point, you have one too many things, and they were not what you wanted at all.

So it was the same in our home, where we bought a sleek TV when all we listened to was music, where we bought a pretty bed frame when we were most happy curled up on a mattress on the floor.

Thinking back, it would have been smarter and much more sensible, if we had waited and see how our lives worked out and fitted together before slowly deciding what we would have needed, or not, one thing at a time.

Just a few thoughts before I gather the cats to bed. It feels so good to clear your life of all the things that you don't need. 

Good night.



In books, greens, windows, walls, spaces and faces.



At home with two sleepyheads today.

I haven't done one on the little cat in a long while. She's a bit over four (just a good guess, we picked her up from the streets) and not so little anymore, but she still seems like a kitten to me.

Musings of a crazy cat lady.

I've also been so missing from this blog (sorry!). It seems that more and more I'm pulling out my iphone instead of my minolta or classica. Ah the quick and easy lure of instagram. A lot of my favourite photo blogs have been lying fallow for a long time too. I think I can understand why but truth is, I've really missed them.

Let's hope this is a good re-start to an old well-loved hobby turned lazy. 

Have a good one!