A flip and a flop

Just closing the loop by posting a couple pictures I promised.

The flip (for joy) is the new crown molding in the upstairs hall. I love it, though probably no one else would ever notice. It looks so cottage-y and pretty.
crownmold

The flop is about the acoholic paperwhites tip. If I had taken the picture yesterday, there would have been no flop, but today…one errant stalk. Maybe I didn’t start the alcohol soon enough, or maybe it needed to be a little stronger solution. Even so, they still look pretty nice. I’ll keep trying with the rest of my bulbs — it’s a long winter.
floppy-paperwhites

Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart.
                                                                   ~ Victor Hugo

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2 Comments

  1. pawsinsd said,

    Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 10:28 pm

    Your crown molding is gorgeous, as are your paperwhites. Happy New Year to you. I’ve never been able to keep paperwhites standing even with a wire cage. Last ones came from my Mom, RIP. I didn’t have the heart to tell her her Christmas flowers died nearly immediately, but I still have last year’s bay leaf wreath to remind me of her.

    What’s the tartan there? Stewart? We loved living in Scotland and I’d do so again in a heartbeat. Happy New Year to you and yours, Dee, aka, dee@cookingwithdee.net

  2. WritingbyEar said,

    Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 11:37 pm

    Thanks, Dee! Happy New Year to you! Actually, the tartan runner is my husband’s but not sure of the family — he actually has Scottish ties, though, as his mother’s maiden name is Roy (of Rob Roy fame, the MacGregor (McGregor?) clan). It would be great to visit there someday.


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