ALL SEASONS – SITTING WELL

 

FOR YOU WHO ARE LOOKING FOR MY WEEJLY POSTS! I hang out at my other blog this week at The Jesh Studio !

 

 

HAPPY FATHERSDAY for the fathers connected to you!
Hubs requested the creperie (a great one) for this day

The photo link this week runs from Sunday June 17  to Wednesday June 20  till 7pm, Pacific time.
Thoroughly enjoyed your summer and winter posts with your beautiful captures last week! Thank you so much!

Have been partying with our grands three weekends in a row. May tell you here or on one of my weekly posts more about this later.

About the comments saga – have gone over to answering the blogs where the name/url does not work, with email, instead of checking your blog three times.
Since I am the whole day away from home on Sunday, and it is more work to email, am sorry to forego of my previous promise of a  reply reaching you before Thursday !

will be running out of space at this blog in a few weeks, since I need to save some space for additional art pieces on my Artnotes2016.wordpress.com page
The BIG THREE are on there now. the Cloud, the Wedding Feast, and the Red Line! Still need to add details to that post , since they are so big.

My next blog will the The Jesh Studio
Please note with a different email! junie15blooms@yahoo.com

 

These are the chairs, opposite from the “busy chairs” shown a few weeks ago,
are “to lounge and take a break”

Take a break (restaurant) in Solvang, CA

 

 

 

Just let it grow, Jo! (Jo rhymes, not a particular person:))
Auburn, CA

 

 

The good life in the sun , Santa Barbara

 

Do you have a particular choice in seats or a certain setting?

 

 

 

 

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22 Comments Add yours

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I like the table and chairs and the bench. I guess I can’t decide.

  2. jesh stg says:

    Since you’re not here, I forgive you, haha:)

  3. kenschneider says:

    We had a set of chairs and table almost the same which we donated to a charity when we put our second home in Illinois up for sale. We hope someone is enjoying them now.

  4. Klara S says:

    Cool post. It’s important where and how we sit.
    Thank you for hosting.

  5. Jackie says:

    I really liked the town of Solvang!!

  6. Angie says:

    Any seating area that is outside with flowers and plants will get my vote every time. One of my favorite things in the whole world is al fresco anything, especially eating/drinking. Thanks for hosting!

  7. Mitzi says:

    I love that tree growing against the wall! That is just awesome! Hope you are doing well my dear. As for seating…I don’t really have a preferred seating spot, just so long as it is comfortable & shady I’m good.

  8. The bench looks comfy cozy, I can see myself sitting there enjoying the moment. I like the yellow awnings over the table. That would be fun to sit under too. 🙂

  9. betty - NZ says:

    We all understand that things get in the way of blogging, sometimes, so don’t worry about us–we will still visit and comment 🙂

  10. Kelleyn says:

    I love outside dining! Just you wait! We have one final trip at the end of this week! We are headed to Sardinia! Won’t be posting though until I get back.

  11. A couple of victorian style garden chairs will do, thank you! As in your first shot.
    Have a nice flowery week!

  12. handmade by amalia says:

    Thanks for a lovely party.
    Amalia
    xo

  13. Lovely places to sit down! I love a rocking chair 🙂

  14. I like the bench in the wild garden – a day dreaming space!
    Wishing you a happy week,
    Ruby

  15. I think comfort is the number one prerequisite in furniture with me, Jesh. Looks are an added bonus, but I refuse to sit in an uncomfortable chair even if it looks like a million dollars (I’m getting grumpy as a I age… 😉

  16. I like the bench surrounded by that vine. I really like Solvang. I haven’t been in several years.

    How do you run out of space on your blog so quickly? I’ve had the same blog for 5+yrs.

  17. Jeanna says:

    I stopped by The Jesh Studio and adore that oil painting! Great door shot of the coffee shop door too (sorry to comment here but your comments are closed on that post). That tree growing against the wall is so interesting and cool, it seems as if it wants to join you for lunch.

  18. jesh stg says:

    To be more prices about that bench surrounded by vine -it’s is in my daughter’s yard, so not in Solvang.
    Yeah, I didn’t expect to run out of blogspace so quickly, but one of the bloggers of Thurs. Doors used to have this theme, and remember she ran out of space fairly quickly too. Also, I embiggen my images often to the max and little text and have a featured image, which is the same as a header (space wise), and you often have the opposite in your posts.Also, I’m “saving” some space for my “artnotes page,” because I really don’t want to run out of space there.

  19. Yes, I am often very few words, and only two images in most of my posts.

    I don’t want to think about changing blogs/themes. I’ll probably just upgrade.

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