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I have always been fond of porches along the facade (preferably with a rocking chair) where you can furnish freely & unconventionally so that different functions come together. 19 more words

Homes / Interiors

Re-Casting Cast Iron Lace

Rusty pieces of cast iron veranda lace mean a mixed collection of patina. I’m always looking to re-use or up-cycle this lovely old iron in some decorative way in & around the pergola/veranda area mainly. 449 more words

Fat Lawyer Farm

Day 111 // 4/21/18 // Starkville Pt. 2 [Biscuit Shop, Cotton District Arts Festival, Softball + Spring Game, and BWW + Insomnia Cookies]

We began our day where I begin every Starkville Saturday, The Biscuit Shop. If you are frequently in Starkville you need no explanation. For others, this place is amazing. 376 more words

Veranda Studios - Sahl Hasheesh

We consider ourselves lucky spotting these studios in Sahl Hasheesh as its a 5 minute drive from old town and the piazza (downtown).

Studios in Veranda features accommodation with a kitchenette and a bedroom furnished in a super modern style which is very simple and functional, a few studios offers a garden with an outdoor pool, the management will tell you its a private pool where it is not so private, you will swim in your own studio area while its a huge pool connecting all building, so you will see people around you in the pool while having your own bubble. 73 more words



I told loved one that I was going to make tea in my underpants. She was curious about how I intended to stir the tea and just how I would stop it running down my legs. 204 more words

Random Thoughts



I joined the tri club for an early morning swim between the jetties. I was the only one not wearing a wetsuit, this was not surprising. 185 more words

Random Thoughts

Friday Fictioneers — The Veranda

“Oh Lordy, it’s hot out here,” Maranda complained.

“Yes it is,” said Scarlet, “But it’s cooler out here on the veranda than it is inside the house.” She picked up a little bell on the small, round table between their chairs. 75 more words

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