Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Books and Shells and Things on Shelves

Here is a detail of one of my bookshelves in the living room taken by lamplight with my iPhone tonight in a warm house. It's so nice and cozy I almost feel guilty knowing so many are still without power. Poor Webster really overdid it the last two days and he honestly was too tired to walk and stayed on his bed all day until he recovered enough to go outside after dark for the first time today. I was really worried about him but he's fine now. I know how he feels. Supervising people and working alongside is hard and exhausting.


Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

Glad to hear you have power again and all is right in your world. That is one peaceful scene.

Anonymous said...

Our pets are very keen to know when we are worried and the household is amiss. Perhaps, dear Webster finally was able to close his eyes in peaceful sleep today now that there is heat and a familiar order to his routine.
I am so happy you all are safe and well.

Juniper said...

Thinking about you and your mum and webster <3

I took our dogs camping, the youngest being 3 years old... it was so much excitment for them, when we returned, they slept for two days straight except for eating and stepping outside for a bit. I guess they need to recover like us people hmmm?:)

I hope that things with the snow storm go alright... thinking of you <3 <3

tammy j said...

two of my favorite things.
no three.
lamplight. books and shells.
lovely as always. your cottage is you. lovely warm and friendly.
so very glad you have warmth and light again.
poor little supervisor webster!
he's ready for his world to get back to normal.

libby sroka said...

Glad you are back online and sharing your wonderful photos. Love, the book case. Thankful you have power and are not having to deal with the cold from the snow.
Take care. You were missed.
Libby Sroka

Dewena Callis said...

This bookcase has such character, and I love Webster's new bed. Take care. Now to try reading the two words below??