There are many things to cover today. Thursday I hit post number 100. Keeping with the custom of Blogland, I have a giveaway. Check it out.
Without my asking, just because she could, Elizabeth worked on my Blue Monday button and improved it by making a border, labeling it Blue Monday, and listing my site. You see the new, improved button here! This is what I love about Blogging Buddies; everyone is so kindhearted!
On to the business at hand. It's Blue Monday! To participate:
1. Post about something blue on your blog. It can be pretty, ugly, funny, old, or new as long as it's blue.
2. Drag the Blue Monday button from here, and place it on your blog.
3. Return here and leave your name (first or code name) and your URL (blog address).
4. Visit other Blue Monday participants by clicking on their links.
In addition to my 100th post, and Blue Monday, Cielo at The House in the Roses is the host of Enchanting Windows Party. Visit her blog to see other windows.
She's a lady who used to live happily-ever-after in South Florida, and then through some Horrible Happening she moved! (gasp!) It MUST have been a Horrible Happening as no one would ever leave South Florida otherwise!
Now, on to my Blue Monday window. (Did you notice that I worked hard to combine all of this?)
This is the window in my office. When I want to enjoy my world while I blog, this is my view. The window has a film on it to protect against UV rays. The walls are papered with an muted blue Italian design, along with a complementary border. Yep, I'm so old fashioned, I have wallpaper with a border that I think looks nice!
I made the valance; it was my first effort. I have dark blue mini blinds for privacy. Some would think it plain, and they would scurry to decorate it with drapery, curtains, and a table with pretties placed on top just so. But I think that God decorated my window much better than I ever could.
What do you see from the window closest to where you blog?
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9. Melissa\'s Cozy Teacup
10. Baba\'s log
12. charli and me