SCHOOL DAYS OF THE 1800'S: School is back in session, and as I watch the big yellow school buses driving down the road with seats full of young students, my great-grandfather’s voice comes back to me. Remember those stories about walking five miles in a snowstorm to get to school? I wonder if those grim-faced kids on the passing school bus know how great they have it. Read all about what school was like in the 1800's in my blog today!
Windows built into small-sized play spaces keep corners from feeling dark and unwelcoming. In this dainty structure, a window seat and an octagonal cutout in the roofline flood the interior with light./
Emeco’s 111 Navy chairs in Charcoal at popular London restaurant and club, House of Wolf. Described as “Victorian lair for pleasure-seeking gastronomes” the site on Upper Street Islington embraces the features of the original 1830’s pub perfectly mixed with contemporary design features, experimental food and inventive cocktails.
Tandem bike. This reminds me of the old song.. 'Sadie, Sadie give me your answer do. I'm half crazy all for the love of you. It won't be a fancy marriage. I can't afford a carriage. But you'd look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle built for two.' Sung this to all my kids and now my grandkids. Love this song