Light

It’s nearly one am EST and tomorrow the chaos begins…my daughter closes on her new home and it’s officially the last day of their year under our roof.  We haven’t had fights or screaming matches…I haven’t entered their half of the house without knocking…we’ve been able to coexist peacefully…but I will be happy to have my house back as my own.  I’ll also be thrilled to have my studio space back again!   So for this light and bright Texture Tuesday I am spotlighting my favorite boy…Sebby as he sat on my overflowing computer desk lit by the light of my monitor.  Even the cats will be happy to have more room to roam!

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  kimklassencafe

Also linking up this week with LifeNReflection Blog

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About PrimAndTattered

The Past ~ a little girl lived by the sea and dreamt of designing beautiful dresses for beautiful ladies. The Present ~ a seasoned seamstress who lives by the sea and designs folk art e-patterns to help others express their creative side and realize their dreams.
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3 Responses to Light

  1. lisa says:

    My daughter and her two children live with us as well, and it will be much more than a year before they are able to move out. I hear you about the desire to have my house back again! Adorable photo of the kitty!
    Visiting from Texture Tuesday and Texture Twist.

  2. Sebby is a handsome guy! You got the light bouncing off his fur. He’s adorable. I hope the transition with your daughter moving goes smoothly. I’m sure you’ll miss her but at the same time be relieved to have more space and quiet . . .

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