Christmas Day, Noel and too much turkey for some

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Too much Christmas goodness for Edith Piaf. She’s full, fat and happy resting on the sofa. This is in the living area, the kitchen-come-family room or great room.

 

We use the old wood stove to the left, a Metters 2 Royal-V, in the winter months mainly.

 

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A vintage set of Australian Law Journals in drab burgundy shades.

 

More vintage books for me please. I’m a bit of a collector. Not a gigantic collector. Just a bit.

 

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Edith P.

 

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It’s a sort of menage au trois of 3 Burmese cats I guess.

 

L-R going around is Leadbelly, our big blue Burmese boy (blue is platinum in USA), then Edith and then Jean-Louise (‘Scout’), a lilac or blue point Burmese. All three fat and happy after their gourmand conquests on Christmas Day.

 

More cat love here

 

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Love vintage Madonna statues. The more old and chipped and well loved they are the more I like them. Mary’s quiet presence always gives calm and serenity to the space whether inside or out.

 

You might like this outside Mary statue, a heavy concrete piece, that underwent a shabby makeover.

 

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Few shots from home Christmas Day 2016.

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