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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Lovely Links From the Week




As long as it takes to get here, June always takes me by surprise. There is never enough of it to go around. The freshness of summer doesn't take long to wilt into July, so I can sometimes feel in a hurry to fit everything in. Mornings are especially delicious, emerging without a trace of yesterday's stale air. The joyful feathered sound of the early hours leaches a long way into the fiber of the day. Nothing sweeter than a morning in June.

I've rounded up a few beautiful celebrations of the new season that stood out for me this week. I hope you like them too! (Image Cabin & Cottage)

Thanks for stopping by!
I hope you're loving the first weekend in June!
Ciao! for now!

Jacqueline 


Super Summer Mantel, more @  Shabby French Cottage


Fab lobster Potterybarn linens, see the rest @ Olla-Podrida



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Breathtaking gardens, @ Belgian Pearls

Mantel display, French Laundry
A lovely sweet Farm Table Buffet, StoneGable
Rhododendron hedges from Denmark, Jannet's Country Cottage
Crazy fabulous house, My Sweet Savannah
French Inspiration, Vintage Chic

6 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Lovely post, Jacqueline. I love the chippy finial and mantel with the coral under the cloche! Have a wonderful weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Cozy Little House said...

I always love to get new links to check out. Thanks!
Brenda

La Vie Quotidienne said...

I totally agree with you, June needs to have a lot more days in it...maybe we could take some out of the more dismal winter months.(-:

Amy Kinser said...

June is a special month for sure. Thanks so much for sharing the beautiful blogs with us.

Blessings to you.

Elizabeth said...

Thank you for the beautiful images and new blog links. Will have to go and check them all out.

Kay said...

I know what you mean about June mornings. As you know, most mornings here in the northwest are dark, grey, cold, wet, and gloomy. BUT this morning, even though the sky is whitish, not blue (never like the gorgeous blue of Albuquerque's bluesky), it is not grey and it is warmer and the air just smelled soooo fresh and sweet! It was quite blissful! I will enjoy the day---the rains return tomorrow.
Arne Maynard's gardens at belgian pearls were stupendous!! Would love to see the inside of that place! Loved your post on Robert Redford, too, especially the photo of Mr. Cottage!!!!
Love, Kay

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