Sundays are my sabbath, as I mentioned last week. I think everyone should set aside time to give thanks and notice the good in his/her life.
Friday morning, I woke up and walked into the living room. I found my youngest son snuggled in his fort. I smiled. This kid knows the value of a happy place – a comfortable place – a quiet place.
I hope you find your own place today. Happy Sunday!
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And I wish the same for you! Love it!
Greetings, Chris. Thank you for visiting. I hope you had a peaceful Sunday.
What a warm little place!
Cozy, cozy, cozy. He looked adorable in it, too.
Oooh, I want to curl up there with a book. My grandkids love to make forts, and I have been known to rearrange entire rooms of furniture to make mega-forts with them. I love Sundays…enjoy yours.
K8, you are the coolest Grandma! That is wonderful that you will rearrange furniture to make mega-forts. You are truly ‘making’ memories! Cheers!
That is a great idea. It’s minus 20 outside today and I think forts would occupy the kids for a bit…
Are you serious, Darla? Was it really -20 today? Are you getting mores snow? I hope you guys had a WARM day building forts!
Love, love, love the fort!
And I love that piece of furniture – it has such interesting flavor about it 🙂
The kid knows how to hide! (smile)
I love the chair, MJ. Rob and I bought the chair (and matching couch) when we were first married (kidless w/two incomes). Nearly 8yrs later, the furniture is still in excellent condition (even with two dogs and two kids).
I once wrote wondering why it’s on for kids in college to loft furniture but not for the rest of us. Why do I not have forts any more? I could watch football from my fort.
Lofts in college! Yes! Forts rule. Thank goodness for kids, so we get a chance to relive the fun.
He’s quite the architect. I also love that piece of furniture, the wood accent is lovely.
He does know how to build, Patti – for certain!
The furniture was a splurge pre-kids while bringing in two incomes. I admit – we love it!
That’s a great fort! I think I need to build one for myself. No kids allowed.
Exactly, Bridget! Sadly, forts for Mom are typically behind a locked door. (smile)
It’s amazing what kids can came up with to have a bit of fun. 🙂
A little imagination can change the world, Mags. Thanks for visiting.
Your son knows what he’s doing! 🙂 What an exquisite chair to have as a place, Lenore!
Thank you for stopping by, Amy. Charlie is a master builder when it comes to forts. He loves building and ‘hiding’.
Makes me want to curl up too 🙂
Exactly, Bella. Me, too. (Thanks for subscribing to my blog!)
Thank you, Linda. I appreciate your support!
Wish you the same, Lenore.
P.S. Your son is an intelligent young man!
He gets his intelligence from me. (hee, hee) I hope you found rest on Sunday, Priya.
OH – this brings back some memories! I used to make forts all the time! It was so much fun!!!
Seriously, the love of forts never dies. Kids tend to be needed to rekindle the love – that’s all.