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yes, yes: house pictures

buffy stake
Originally uploaded by gwenda.
Here's just one of the many fabulous house pictures I've put up to please some people (I'm looking at you, Richard) and to learn how to use Flickr. Still learning, but you can see the rest here.


  • At 8:36 PM , Blogger Syntax of Things said...

    That was awesome. Kinda felt like the litblog version of MTV's Cribs. Only whiskey in the place of Cristal. If I ever get new batteries for my camera, I'll give you a tour of my place!

  • At 8:48 PM , Blogger gwenda said...

    Well, there's a bottle of decent Pommery left over in the fridge from New Year's... but we have sadly little bling bling.

    I want to see pics of all SBC homes!

  • At 11:13 PM , Blogger Richard said...

    Pleased! Pleased! Although when you break out the camera again, let's have some action shots: George reclining on the couch, Christopher replacing a fuse, that kind of thing.

  • At 11:43 PM , Blogger Chris McLaren said...

    Looks like a lovely pad. Lots of great touches.

    Although, the backgrounds seem more white that I would have expected--for some reason in my mind you two live in a house with a lot of strong colours on the walls.


  • At 5:42 AM , Blogger gwenda said...

    Busted, by McL! We're really looking forward to painting in just the way you describe, but learned the lesson of trying to move in and paint at the same time the hard way in the last place. We'll probably slowly rectify the situation as time goes on. It's too bad the high ceilings don't really come through in the photos.

  • At 9:17 AM , Blogger CAAF said...

    What a pretty house! Those high ceilings _do_ come across. And the green ceiling is so scrumptious. (Meanwhile, I'm still furiously envious of your Buffy stake.)

  • At 12:10 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Like the man says it *is* the litblog "Cribs," and instead of a Scarface poster you've got the Edward Gorey READ poster. Cool!



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