If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. — Henry David Thoreau. Image: Su Leslie

I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be. — Douglas Adams

Ok, lots of words. But I’m still posting this to Debbie’s One Word Sunday | where — because when I started thinking about it, this is where I ended up.

37 thoughts on “Where

  1. with regards to your last para: That’s me!
    Our Swiss writer Gottfried Keller and Blaise Pascal (fight it out who said it first!) said: I’m writing you a long letter because I haven’t got the time to write a short one. This is a wonderful post and I don’t mind the multitude of your words Su Leslie… Thank You and wishing you and all your readers a Happy Sunday. (two words!)

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    • It is a big kitchen, but the decision not to install high cabinets came about because I’m only 160cm tall, and we have slightly deeper than normal counter-tops. I’d never be able to reach anything up high! We have a lot of drawers and also a butler’s pantry with storage too.

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  2. A delightful collection of still-lifes Su, you are so creative. I can’t settle to anything at the moment, I am way behind in reading blogs and every time I step into the garden for five minutes, a couple of hours seem to disappear! But I still haven’t emptied pots or sown seeds!

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    • Thank you Jude. ๐Ÿ™
      I know what you mean; today is the first in ages Iโ€™ve settled to anything. I was so I
      impressed by your photoshop twirl I had to give it a go. Itโ€™s taken me ages (note to self โ€” donโ€™t just skim-watch the tutorial) to get something Iโ€™m happy with. Tomorrowโ€™s blog post ๐Ÿ˜€


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