6.8.09

zipper blues

roomhomemissyou

Back in New York, arrived at dawn this morning. Every time I go away I have to work harder and harder to remind myself why I come back to the hot, noisy, angry city. I can't believe I have to wait a whole year to see the farm in summertime again! That's the saddest thought I can think of right now.

21 comments:

pomegranate picnic said...

Oooooh, I love your room!

thousandflower said...

The place isn't bad at Christmas time.

Jeniffer said...

that's a beautiful picture!

Milla said...

if my home sweet home was as sweet as yours I would visit it more often.

E.K. said...

Glad you had a good trip!

Trains and Sewing Machines said...

This room looks very charming!

jayne said...

aww you really do look at home there...

The Lion & The Teacup said...

It looks really comfy :)

love_again said...

lovely picture. The room looks so cosy and homely.

Luce said...

Hey you look great on turnedout.tv! congrats!

Marcine M. said...

ahhh, this is truly one of the best pictures I've ever seen!!! everything about this is just a dream!

eima said...

This picture is so wonderfull and i loooove you room, it looks so nice and charming. This cute little stars on top and the bed next to the window...
I can imagien that it is hard to leave this nice place behind...But so your anticipation will just be higher ;]

vint junky said...

This is such a beautiful picture and if i had such a wonderful home i don't think i'd want to leave it either...poor you!

hello birdy said...

That is such a gorgeous photo! I want a cosy bed like that next to a little window :)

corrie said...

I feel you. A farm vacation sounds so lovely right now, this whole city just smells like garbage all summer. I try and go to the beach as much as possible and pretend I'm elsewhere.

Oh and your childhood room is so many shades of awesome, I'd have loved to grow up in that.

Kennedy said...

this picture is really nice and further proof to me that you are that rare breed of girl who was always and will always be impossibly cool. i bet you were even dressing awesome in seventh grade. and ps-i know how you feel, i was the same leaving south carolina to come back up to boston after my summer vacation to see my fam.

Luna : said...

this is such a beautiful photo!!!

Caitlin said...

your room looks so pretty

Outi said...

This picture is so lovely. I think the light is wonderful and makes it precious.

I used to live in a small village when I grew up, then moved to a bigger city. Only after having been away, I have started to appreciate countryside, as clichéd as that might sound...

However, I am now a completely different person when it comes to dealing with my surrounding in the small farm (just vegetables, no animals) my parents live in: I treasure what the garden offers, cook and bake so happy by the thought of being able to collect things to your plate or to a vase on your window sill from your own front yard.

WHat is your family's farm like?

Milla said...

may I blog? merci merci

Ringo, have a banana! said...

Milla: of course of course! :n )